What are the chances that the same two teams in the SEC and NC baseball final?
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What are the chances that the same two teams in the SEC and NC baseball final?
Posted by tigbit on 5/20 at 11:10 am
Hate for LSU to have to beat the same team twice (in two separate series) to win the NC....for some reason I have a phobia about that.


This post was edited on 5/20 at 11:18 am

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Posted by TabledTiger on 5/20 at 11:12 am to tigbit
Post this on the SECRant....I'm sure they'd love it!!


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Posted by Choupique19 on 5/20 at 11:12 am to tigbit
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Hate for LSU to have to beat the same team twice to win the NC


Then don't watch baseball. The championship series, by definition, makes you beat the same team twice.

If they meet in Hoover, it will be without the best pitchers from either team starting.



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Posted by LSUcajun77 on 5/20 at 11:21 am to tigbit
How many times are you going to edit? That make 3?

You should just delete at this point. Dumb question anyway, just chalk it up bud!



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Posted by unlimited on 5/20 at 11:29 am to tigbit
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Hate for LSU to have to beat the same team twice (in two separate series) to win the NC


LSU doesn't need to win the SEC touney to win the NC



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Posted by mtntiger on 5/20 at 12:25 pm to tigbit
Could happen, but it depends on whether Vandy and LSU end up in the same bracket in Omaha (assuming, of course, that both make it to the SEC title game and Omaha).


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Posted by Purple and Geaux on 5/20 at 12:42 pm to mtntiger
It happened in 1997 I think with LSU - Bama. They played 3 regular season games, 1 SEC Championship Game and in the National Championship Game.

If it ends up LSU-Vandy in the National Championship game, even though they are both in the SEC, it is possible that it would be the first time they have played each other in 2013 (if one of those two teams don't make the SEC Championship game).

In 2011 it happened with South Carolina and Florida.



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Posted by joeytiger on 5/20 at 12:44 pm to tigbit
The odds are astronomical that the top two teams in the SEC meet in the NC. Could it happen? Yes. Will it? I put the percentage at less than 5%.


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Posted by Choupique19 on 5/20 at 1:04 pm to Purple and Geaux
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It happened in 1997 I think with LSU - Bama. They played 3 regular season games, 1 SEC Championship Game and in the National Championship Game


And the semi-final of the SEC tournament.

Last weekend of regular season: Bama 2-1 (LSU only needed one win to win the SEC Title outright)

Conference Tourny: 1-1 (Bama won the finals, but had to play more games because LSU made the finals unbeaten, and their was simply a one game final)

CWS Final: LSU



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Posted by ElderTiger on 5/20 at 1:04 pm to joeytiger
Just my opinion but I think the NCAA will do anything if can to avoid an all SEC final in Omaha - their thinking being the country is tired of the SEC winning everything...even though we have the best athletics.


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Posted by Holden Caulfield on 5/20 at 1:08 pm to ElderTiger
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Just my opinion but I think the NCAA will do anything if can to avoid an all SEC final in Omaha

Not a great deal they can do about it. A slanted seeding will be obvious. SEC teams are going to win regionals and super regionals. Expect more than one SEC team in omaha.



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