2021 College Baseball Thread

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  1. Cornelius Suttree

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    this was quite a shot, wow. FSU Baseball Twitter is very good btw, if there's a big highlight it's up within like 7 minutes :golfclap:

     
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  2. Cornelius Suttree

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    ND with a run in T7 to tie it 1-1 on Pitt. Both teams with starters going 7 innings with just 1 ER

    Conor Grady for FSU today: 7 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 10 SO/0 BB on 86 pitches with 62 strikes :ballin:
     
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    Mike Bell at Pitt would also be a solid hire.
     
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    Glad we could finally get the Georgia monkey off of our backs. Sitting third in the East at 6-3 behind Vandy (8-1) and UT (7-2).

    We have a marquee midweek game on Tuesday against UNC.
     
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  7. Cornelius Suttree

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    TCU seems to be getting better and better. Leading OU 7-3 in T8 after taking the first two games of the series 11-7 and 17-6. With a W today TCU will be 20-7 and 6-0 in Big 12 play with double-digit runs scored in four of those league games. Could see LSU fans thinking they have a shot at Schlossnagle too. Them and Louisville would be really scary Super Regional matchups

    Pitt scored 2 runs in B8 to take a 3-1 lead on ND into the 9th. ND gets a run in T9 but falls 3-2. Rubber match on Monday

    WVU should take solace in the fact their series loss to CMU is looking pretty solid right now. Chippewas now 14-8 overall and 6-2 in MAC play after taking a 4-game sweep at NIU this weekend. NIU led 6-0 after two innings today but couldn't keep the CMU offense at bay. Last night the Dodgers got an inside-the-park HR from CMU product Zack McKinstry. Fire Up!

     
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  8. Cornelius Suttree

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    looking at the SEC, the West is the weakest it has been in a while IMO. You have Arky (7-2), OM (7-2) and MSU (5-4) but then A&M (3-6), Bama (2-7), LSU (1-8) and AU (1-8). Was thinking A&M might be alright after bouncing back from a sweep by UF with a series win over UGA and a mid-week victory over Texas. But you can't be losing series to Mizzou if you wanna make a Regional

    VU, UF, UT, SC will be solidly in a Regional. Will be really interested to see how UGA finishes up because they're 18-9 overall and 3-6 in SEC play right now. But their last three series of the season: @ Arky, @ UF and vs OM...that is brutal and a really good way to miss out on the postseason if they don't take care of business vs AU, Mizzou and UK
     
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  10. Cornelius Suttree

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    Anyone with D1 access wanna post this? Will mail you weed once it's legalized here soon

     
  11. Dan Kendra

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    I thought Cabell was done here when he got benched again a few weeks ago. Guess the guy just runs hot and cold, but man the power is legit. Made me look like an idiot for saying he should go play professional slow pitch softball.

    Which he would be awesome at btw.
     
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    had a lot to do with his hamstring injury
     
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    ACC once again proving there are a bunch of good teams, but probably no elite teams, as we continue conference play

    Didn’t really understand the hype around GT, and their RPI shows it, but maybe somebody will get on a roll
     
  14. FadeMe

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    Well, this is the first weekend that the bullpen has let us down in this fashion in the SEC. We blew a game at around Rock against Oklahoma and had the meltdown against BC where we gave up 8 runs in the 9th. But in SEC play, it’s been opponents getting leads and us not being able to overcome those leads. Getting Owen back in the rotation and having Gonzales start so well in game three allowed our bullpen to be set up a bit better. But throwing strikes and walking hitters has been a big problem, especially away from home.

    So, it hasn’t hurt so bad in previous games and series because we hadn’t had leads late in games to seriously think we could win. I guess the positive is we led late against y’all in all three games. The negative is we couldn’t stop walking people. If we could figure out the walks and find a couple more reliable arms, I think we could go on a run in the SEC.
     
  15. TC

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    Can we get the UNC monkey off our back? These Charlotte games have been downright ugly
     
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  19. danny2430

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    Wow, that’s a potential huge disadvantage to the top 16 teams at the end of the year
     
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    Not to mention there is 0% chance they would elect to have regionals in 3 Florida locations, so most likely one of UF, FSU, or UM are getting screwed unless on the teams have a big dropoff as the season progresses
     
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    seems like they could just “certify” a bunch of sites to host then final host sites are awarded to those who advance and have been certified
     
  23. Cornelius Suttree

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    Off The Bat: Florida Finds A New Formula, AAC Play Begins

    Florida Finds The Right Formula
    A week ago, Florida faced a gut check after getting swept by South Carolina for the first time since 2006. The Gators were 15-9 and had lost series to the two best teams they had faced—Miami and South Carolina.

    On the trip back to Gainesville, coach Kevin O’Sullivan decided to make a bold move with his pitching staff the following weekend when No. 3 Mississippi came to Florida Ballpark for a critical series. Instead of using righthanders Tommy Mace and Jack Leftwich in the rotation, where they had pitched for the last three seasons, the Gators would instead use a tandem-starter strategy with righthanders Franco Aleman and Christian Scott starting and Mace and Leftwich coming on in relief.

    O’Sullivan’s decision was rooted in a desire to get the ball in the hands of his best pitchers as much as possible. While Florida’s typical rotation of Mace, Leftwich and lefthander Hunter Barco can be one of the best in the country, none of the trio had thrown more than five innings at South Carolina. Aleman and Scott, meanwhile, both have starter abilities and on nearly any other team in the country they would be in the rotation. Too often, they were not pitching the most impactful innings.

    “Our best arms need to throw the most innings,” O’Sullivan said. “You can have a traditional closer and go the whole weekend and he might not throw meaningful innings. We’ve got a bunch of good arms that need to throw.”

    By flipping Aleman and Scott to the front of games, they would be assured to throw significant innings, rather than getting held in reserve for a high-leverage moment that might never come. Pairing them with Mace and Leftwich would ideally mean that Florida wouldn’t need to get into its bullpen in the first two games of the series.

    Largely, the plan worked. Aleman held Ole Miss to one run in four innings in Thursday’s opener and Mace followed with five scoreless innings in a 4-1 victory. Scott started game 2 by limiting the Rebels to two runs in five innings. But the Gators got little offense going themselves against lefthander Doug Nikhazy and never led. Ole Miss scored six runs against Leftwich in the eighth and ninth innings in an 8-2 victory that evened the series.

    In Saturday’s rubber game, Florida got a solid start from Barco, who held Ole Miss to three runs (two earned) in five innings. Lefthander Trey Van Der Weide, righthander Jordan Carrion and lefthander Ryan Cabarcas held the Rebels off over the final four innings to finish a 6-5 victory.

    Florida (17-10, 5-4) picked up a massive series win and rose to No. 10 in the Top 25. While too much emphasis can’t be placed on a series on the first weekend in April, it is the Gators’ first series win against a ranked opponent and keeps them above .500 in the SEC going into a big weekend at No. 7 Tennessee.

    More importantly, however, the Gators learned more about their pitching staff and may have hit on a formula to use going forward.

    O'Sullivan said he wasn't sure if the Gators would again employ tandem starters this weekend at Tennessee. But with Aleman and Scott pitching the way they did, Florida now has that as an option. O'Sullivan said even if they return to the bullpen, he would likely be more aggressive in going to them earlier in the game and for longer outings.

    “Franco and Christian were really good,” O’Sullivan said. “Tommy was what we expected. With Christian and Franco, it gives us options.”

    Florida came into the spring expecting to have the deepest pitching staff in the country. But, at the season’s midpoint, that staff has not materialized. The Gators in February lost righthanders Tyler Nesbitt and Nick Pogue to Tommy John surgery and righthander Ben Specht, who emerged as their closer in 2020, has also been limited by injury. Without a few of its top arms, Florida has tried to find others to step up in their absence, a process that hasn’t always been easy.

    Still, the Gators have a 3.86 team ERA and are doing a good job throwing strikes (2.66 walks per nine innings, a top-15 mark nationally). The pieces are all there for them to lock in on the mound in the second half of the season. While that’s easier said than done against a schedule that includes Arkansas, Tennessee and Vanderbilt, Florida did just hold Ole Miss to 12 runs on the weekend, well below the 7.2 runs per game it was averaging coming into the weekend.

    The Gators stopped the Rebels’ hitters before they could get going.

    “They’re difficult to navigate and they had a bunch of leadoff hitters on throughout the weekend,” O’Sullivan said. “They’re explosive and they score runs in bunches.”

    One of the keys for the Gators was playing better defense. They made just two errors on the weekend (both in Sunday’s finale) and are now fielding .970 on the season. That’s still a lower fielding percentage than Florida typically posts, but it has improved over the course of the season.

    Florida is averaging 5.56 runs per game through three SEC weekends. With that offense, if it's able to get closer to the kind of elite run prevention it was expected to have coming into the season, it figures to contend at the top of the conference.

    There’s a lot of baseball left to be played this spring, but this weekend against Ole Miss could prove to be the start of a run for Florida.


    American Athletic Conference play begins
    The American Athletic Conference this weekend became the last major conference to begin its schedule. While the American had a sub-par performance in non-conference action, there was still plenty to watch on its opening weekend.

    Here are some of the lessons from the first conference action of the season.

    East Carolina pitched at a high level. ECU swept Cincinnati, a result that wasn’t surprising on the surface. The Pirates were the one team in the conference that stood out over the first six weeks of the season and ECU has been at the forefront of the AAC—it won the conference by seven games in 2019.

    But to see ECU pitch at the level it did this weekend was notable. Cincinnati came into the weekend averaging seven runs per game. The Pirates held the Bearcats to seven runs in the four-game series and twice shut them out.

    The Pirates rotation of Jake Kuchmaner (2-1, 4.46), Tyler Smith (1-1, 3.91), Carson Whisenhunt (4-0, 3.13) and Gavin Williams (3-0, 0.68) is strong. But what really stood out against Cincinnati was the bullpen. ECU relievers didn’t allow a run in 15 innings and scattered two hits and three walks, striking out 25.

    ECU, ranked No. 8 in the Top 25, had already established itself as the class of the league. But if it gets that kind of work from its bullpen all year, a lot of teams will meet the same fate Cincinnati did.

    Wichita State asserts itself. Coming into the weekend, the most intriguing series on paper figured to be Wichita State visiting Houston. Aside from ECU, the Shockers and Cougars were the only two teams in the conference with winning records in non-conference play. This weekend represented a chance for one of them to assert themselves as a regionals contender.

    Wichita State did just that. The Shockers lost Thursday’s opener, 5-3, when the Cougars got a fantastic start from ace Robert Gasser. But they bounced back and won the next three games, all pitchers’ duels, by a total of three runs.

    The nature of those wins doesn’t create a lot of separation but winning a road series in this conference is likely to be difficult with four-game weekends. The Shockers (15-9, 3-1) did just that behind an impressive pitching performance and two home runs from Paxton Wallace.

    Wichita State has a chance to double down this weekend when Houston returns the trip. The Shockers haven’t made the NCAA Tournament since 2013 (and that appearance was technically vacated by the NCAA due to violations). It’s too early to seriously start thinking about breaking that drought, but with a schedule that looks to be front-loaded (its first 12 games are against Houston and Tulane), Wichita State has a chance to make some noise.

    Tulane makes early hay. The third team to this weekend record a series win was Tulane, which beat Memphis three out of four games (the fourth series was split between Central Florida and South Florida). After losing the opener, 4-3, to the Tigers, the Green Wave won the next three games by a combined margin of 26-5. Ace Braden Olthoff was held out due to what coach Travis Jewett told the New Orleans Times-Picayune was a tired forearm—a precautionary move that isn’t expected to linger past this weekend.

    Tulane (14-13, 3-1) has had an up-and-down season. Its lost four series this season and in three of those, it had a chance to win the series. The Green Wave lost twice in extra innings on Opening Weekend to Louisiana-Lafayette, twice blew ninth-inning leads at Mississippi State and lost a game to Grand Canyon that was tied in the ninth. It won close games in each of those series as well, but if Tulane could flip just one or two of those results, its season would have a different feel at the halfway point.

    Now that conference play has started, Tulane gets a fresh slate and, unlike Wichita State, it has a back-loaded schedule. It visits South Florida (12-14, 2-2) this weekend before hosting Wichita State and then returning the trip to Memphis. If it can keep making hay over the next few weeks, Tulane would enter the meat of the schedule in a position to challenge the leaders. This weekend was a good start to doing just that.

    Eight for Omaha
    Arizona, Arkansas, Louisville, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Texas, Vanderbilt

    There are a lot of ways I could have gone with this week’s field. Florida’s series win against Ole Miss was loud enough to get it considered for inclusion again. East Carolina dominated Cincinnati to open AAC play. South Carolina and Tennessee won quality road series. Florida State bounced back well.

    Ultimately, I opted for two changes. Texas replaces Texas Tech and Arizona replaces UCLA. For a few years now, I’ve said Texas Tech is simply a different team in Lubbock. It this weekend again reminded me of that, losing its first true road series of the year at Kansas State. If Texas Tech can play at home in the NCAA Tournament, it will be an incredibly difficult out. But the bad news for the Red Raiders is their series this spring against Texas, the team I expect to be their biggest challenger in the Big 12, is in Austin. Finishing first vs. second in the Big 12 could be the difference maker on both teams’ top-eight seed resume. I’ll give the edge to the Longhorns.

    Elsewhere, UCLA lost its third series of the season. Consistency has eluded the Bruins in the first half of the year, making them difficult to trust over back-to-back weekends against quality competition. I’m still convinced the Pac-12 produces at least one College World Series team, however, thanks to its impressive depth. So, while Arizona may be a little light on the mound, it has the best offense in the nation and if it can get home-field advantage in the NCAA Tournament—a real possibility if it can rise to the top of the Pac-12 standings—it's going to be very difficult to beat in Tucson.

    Weekend standouts
    Jimmy Borzone, RHP, Dixie State and Riley Sorenson, RHP, Merrimack: Borzone and Sorenson both threw no-hitters Friday. Borzone’s was a seven-inning no-hitter in a 5-1 victory against Tarleton State. Sorenson threw his in a 2-1 victory against Sacred Heart and needed just 98 pitches to complete nine innings. Borzone’s gem came six years to the day after the only other no-hitter in program history, while Sorensen’s was the third in program history.

    Ben Chapman, RHP, Southern Illinois: Chapman has been a regular member of SIU’s rotation all season and took his regular turn in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader against Illinois State. But Chapman was later pressed into emergency duty behind the plate. Catcher Austin Ulick left the game injured and the Salukis were already without Tony Rask, who last weekend was hit in the head by a pitch. That left Chapman as the emergency catcher. He hadn’t this season appeared as a position player but caught in junior college. He caught the next 18 innings of the weekend—all but the final three innings of Sunday’s game. Chapman went 1-for-6 with a double at the plate and this season is 5-2, 2.45 on the mound.

    Jacob Melton, OF, Oregon State: Melton homered three times Friday in a 17-3 victory against Utah and went 7-for-13 with a triple and a double in the series. He became the first Beaver to homer three times in a game since Andy Jarvis did so in 2001. Melton is hitting .456/.500/.754 with four home runs on the season.

    South Alabama: For the first time since 1976, USA swept a three-game series against in-state rival Troy. The Jaguars threw a pair of shutouts in the series, including a one-hitter Saturday in an 8-0 victory in the series finale. USA (16-10, 5-1) has won nine of its last 11 games and is emerging as one of the Sun Belt Conference favorites.

    Stony Brook: The Seawolves swept a four-game series against Hartford to extend their winning streak to eight games, all in America East Conference play. Following the sweep, Stony Brook (12-7, 8-0) has left little doubt as to which team is the conference favorite.

    Looking ahead
    No. 1 Arkansas visits No. 3 Ole Miss for the latest SEC West showdown. Two weeks after sweeping then-No. 2 Mississippi State in Starkville, Arkansas returns to the Magnolia State to take on Ole Miss. First place in the SEC West will be on the line, as the Razorbacks (22-4) and Rebels (21-6) are tied atop the division standings at 7-2. It’ll be another heavyweight clash in Oxford.

    No. 14 Texas Christian looks to stay hot at No. 11 Texas Tech. The Horned Frogs (20-7, 6-0) are on a nine-game winning streak and have swept their first two Big 12 series against Baylor and Oklahoma. Now, they’ll put that on the line with a difficult challenge at Texas Tech (20-6, 3-3). The Red Raiders are coming off a series loss at Kansas State, but get home-field advantage this weekend and are very difficult to beat at Griffin Park—the Red Raiders haven’t lost a home series since 2018.

    Ohio State at No. 24 Michigan brings rivalry heat to the Big Ten weekend. The Buckeyes (12-7), fresh off a four-game sweep of Indiana, head to Ann Arbor for a showdown with the Wolverines (13-5). Michigan on Monday plays a series finale at Maryland, but no matter how it goes this will be a matchup between two of the top three teams in the conference. The Big Ten standings are starting to bunch up and the top four teams—Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State and Indiana—are within two games of each other. This weekend is a chance for the Buckeyes or Wolverines to create some separation.
     
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  24. Cornelius Suttree

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  25. danny2430

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    Louisville, bad week, whatever overall record, bad RPI, bad SOS.....let’s keep em at #5 for no reason
     
  26. swiz

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    We'll see about that ranking this weekend.
     
  27. Daddy Rabbit

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    From a Vol journalist
     
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  28. Cornelius Suttree

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    I'm in on UL being the best team in the ACC. Resume might not reflect it now. But they're the last ACC team I want VU paired with in the postseason and I'll be bummed if IU gets sent to the same Regional. They're truly a powerhouse at this point
     
  29. danny2430

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    I’d probably agree with you, but I don’t think they’ve earned it yet
     
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    Big blow to LSU.

     
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  31. Cornelius Suttree

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    Would love to see the Dodgers draft him like they did knowing Buehler needed surgery
     
  32. tigr2ndbase

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    NCAA is so stupid. Of course they’re going to ruin the best thing in college baseball.
     
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  33. Cornelius Suttree

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    I dunno it doesn't sound that awful? We're gonna have a full tournament which is all that really matters

    If we don't have packed houses in each of Starkville, Oxford, Fayetteville, etc is that really such a bad thing right now?

    So long as games are played and a championship is held, I'm down

     
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    Yes
     
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  35. War Grundle

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    I'm obviously being selfish here but seeing as FSU has hosted a regional or super regional 85% of the time last 25 years I think there is a good chance we get a bid as long as we are in the 15-22 range which definitely isn't a given.

    I say that just from a NCAA confidence standpoint in that we know how to run a successful tournament.
     
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    I agree that having the tournament is the most important thing. I just hate that the schools are losing hosting. I don’t care if it’s a packed place or at 25% capacity. The local businesses need the possible income even if it’s a little bit and reward the guys by giving them home field advantage.
     
  37. danny2430

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    Wait so they’ll be chosen based off of how things stand at the end of April? What are the other parameters being used here?
     
  38. Cornelius Suttree

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    Maryland with a 17-7 W over Michigan. Nice

    Hopefully this Elko thing isn't serious. Great name
    btw

     
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  41. FadeMe

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    Saw that tweet. Couldn’t tell if that was saying ECU is safely a host or that KR isn’t concerned at the moment trying to figure out who would host.
     
  42. War Grundle

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    Saying ECU will host is how I took it.
     
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    I guess this year would be ok for ECU to host with that tiny stadium.
     
  44. Cornelius Suttree

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    Some fun mid-week action today

     
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    Speak to me of this tiny stadium
     
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  46. Cornelius Suttree

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    UK leading UL 3-2 in B2 on ACC Network
    USC Upstate leading GT 3-1 in B3
    W&M leading UVA 6-4 in B9
    GA Southern and UGA tied 1-1 in T8

    UNC @ South Carolina on SEC Network at 7 ET
    ASU @ Zona at 9 ET

    Pitt with a 5-1 W over WVU. Chris Gomez for the Panthers: 7 IP, 6 H, 1 ER, 3 SO/0 BB

    BC with a 5-3 W over Northeastern, fuck. Looks like some bad luck on balls in play for the Huskies IYAM because 8 SO/3 BB as a staff

    Christian Little pitching vs UT Martin at 7:30 ET
     
  47. wes tegg

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    Word is Elko is going to have to have surgery. He was red hot and a big time team leader. Big blow to OM.
     
  48. FadeMe

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    Damn. That sucks.