Posts Tagged ‘Baseball’
Life is full of patterns, like the tides or the seasons.
It works in college baseball too. The Arizona Wildcats win the national championship once every other College World Series appearance. Every time the UA hosts a regional, Andy Lopez wins the championship.
And once every three years Lopez’s Wildcats rebuild.
The final week of the college baseball regular season is here.
Conference tournaments are going on around the country but the Pac-12 doesn’t believe in such redundancy. The 30-game conference season will be wrapped this weekend, then 16 NCAA regional hosts will be announced on Sunday and the full field of 64 will be made known the morning of Memorial Day.
Will the defending national champions be a part of it?
Why do the Arizona Wildcats and ASU Sun Devils play five college baseball games a year?
Because six might kill us all.
It was another weekend of intense rivalry drama with the Cats escaping Tempe with a series victory and keeping their NCAA tournament hopes flickering.
It is time for the Pac-12 baseball version of rivalry weekend.
Oregon State and Oregon are meeting to decide the conference championship while Arizona and Arizona State do battle for Territorial bragging rights.