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<a href='http://mac-sports.ocsn.com/sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/012904aaa.html' target='_blank'>Coaches Poll</a>

We know from hoops that the coaches are never wrong.. :rolleyes: 03-lol

Anyone follow Huskie baseball at all?
01-30-2004 09:00 AM
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Flying Corn Wrote:<a href='http://mac-sports.ocsn.com/sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/012904aaa.html' target='_blank'>Coaches Poll</a>

We know from hoops that the coaches are never wrong.. :rolleyes: 03-lol

Anyone follow Huskie baseball at all?
I was thinking the same thing when I read the title. I don't follow college baseball very much. I do occasionally look at the MAC standings every once in a while or read a story in the Star but that is about it. This is one exception to my "college is better than the pros" thinking. I am sure if I went and watched it I may like it more but for some reson it just doesn't interest me that much.
01-30-2004 11:54 AM
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RobertN Wrote:
Flying Corn Wrote:<a href='http://mac-sports.ocsn.com/sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/012904aaa.html' target='_blank'>Coaches Poll</a>

We know from hoops that the coaches are never wrong.. :rolleyes:&nbsp; 03-lol

Anyone follow Huskie baseball at all?
I was thinking the same thing when I read the title. I don't follow college baseball very much. I do occasionally look at the MAC standings every once in a while or read a story in the Star but that is about it. This is one exception to my "college is better than the pros" thinking. I am sure if I went and watched it I may like it more but for some reson it just doesn't interest me that much.
As a Sox fan :crying: 03-banghead :mad: , I could very easily make the switch to following the college game exclusively, but for those damn metal bats! :mad:

I know they use em to save $, but I REALLY hate em...
01-30-2004 12:29 PM
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my senior year, living in Stevenson I found that watching a Huskie baseball double header was a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon in the spring.

IMO the College World Series is probably the best college sports event on tv. I am dying to check it out in person.
01-31-2004 01:34 PM
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yea the college world series is damn entertaining. as for the huskies they are a pretty good team. and their young. they had a few freshmen starting last year. might have even had the mac's freshman of the year scott simon. i cant remem if he won it or not, but yea we're pretty good. last year we beat iowa and illinois on the road in convincing fashion. we'll see how it goes.
01-31-2004 05:51 PM
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