The Florida Gators are heading into this weekend’s NCAA Regionals as the #1 National seed, and this is due largely in part to their two-way star Brian Johnson. Most recently, Johnson led the Gators on the mound with a complete game victory against South Carolina in the SEC Tournament, holding
Parity is a word used pervasively when media outlets analyze the NFL. Although the NFL has developed a system where the underdog often beats the favorite in professional football, the current college FBS is dominated by BCS schools and non-BCS conference schools rarely are even mentioned in the national limelight.
For many college baseball fans, it is the differences from the professional baseball that draw them in. They believe it is more “pure” or that it’s more for “the love of the game” because the players have yet to be tainted by the money. Whatever the case may be, college
This is a great article by the USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. The quotes in this article are very indicative of the way that Kemp plays and trains. Playing the game with a chip on your shoulder is not a bad thing; we always have something to prove and goals to
Tournament and playoff play, especially in college baseball, is always riveting and exciting. The common theme in all of those games was execution! The word is used all of the time in baseball and rightly so- the game is based upon it- whether on the mound, in the field or