Final NCAA Tournament Projections (5/27)

Alum-Ni

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Link: D1Baseball.com Final Tournament Projection (5/27)

Last Five In
Florida State
Clemson
Duke
BYU
Florida

First Five Out
Texas State
Central Florida
Houston
Missouri
UC-Irvine

Big Ten Teams In: 5
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Nebraska
Ohio State

Top 16 National Seeds (Regional Hosts)
1. UCLA
2. Vanderbilt
3. Mississippi State
4. Georgia
5. Arkansas
6. Georgia Tech
7. Texas Tech
8. Oklahoma State
9. Louisville
10. East Carolina
11. Stanford
12. North Carolina
13. LSU
14. Oregon State
15. West Virginia
16. Mississippi

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Morgantown Regional
#1 West Virginia
#4 Ohio State

#2 North Carolina State
#3 Liberty

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Starkville Regional
#1 Mississippi State
#4 Southern

#2 Nebraska
#3 Central Michigan


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Corvallis Regional
#1 Oregon State
#4 Fordham

#2 Creighton
#3 Michigan

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Athens Regional
#1 Georgia
#4 Florida A&M

#2 Illinois
#3 Coastal Carolina

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Louisville Regional
#1 Louisville
#4 Illinois-Chicago

#2 Indiana
#3 Florida
 
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Link: Baseball America NCAA Tournament Final Projection (5/27)

Last Four In
Central Floida
Florida
Duke
Michigan

First Four Out
Houston
BYU
Arizona
Missouri

Next Four Out
Texas State
UC-Irvine
Boston College
TCU

Big Ten Teams In: 5
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Nebraska
Ohio State

Top 16 Seeds (Regional Hosts)
1. Vanderbilt
2. UCLA
3. Georgia
4. Mississippi State
5. Arkansas
6. Louisville
7. Texas Tech
8. Oklahoma State
9. Georgia Tech
10. Stanford
11. East Carolina
12. North Carolina
13. West Virginia
14. LSU
15. Oregon State
16. Mississippi

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Nashville Regional
#1 Vanderbilt
#4 Quinnipiac

#2 Illinois
#3 Cincinnati

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Athens Regional
#1 Georgia
#4 Florida A&M

#2 Indiana
#3 Coastal Carolina

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Morgantown Regional
#1 West Virginia
#4 Ohio State

#2 Miami (FL)
#3 Florida Atlantic

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Louisville Regional
#1 Louisville
#4 Illinois-Chicago

#2 Indiana State
#3 Michigan

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Atlanta Regional
#1 Georgia Tech
#4 Mercer

#2 Nebraska
#3 Florida
 

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Link: College Sports Madness Final NCAA Tournament Projection (5/27)

Last Six In
Duke
Michigan
Florida State
Clemson
California
Nebraska

First Eight Out
Central Florida
Houston
BYU
Oklahoma
Virginia
UC-Irvine
Texas State
Arizona

Big Ten Teams In: 5
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Nebraska
Ohio State

Top 16 Seeds
1. UCLA
2. Vanderbilt
3. Mississippi State
4. Georgia
5. Arkansas
6. Georgia Tech
7. Louisville
8. Stanford
9. Oklahoma State
10. East Carolina
11. Texas Tech
12. North Carolina
13. LSU
14. Oregon State
15. West Virginia
16. Mississippi

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Stanford Regional
#1 Stanford
#4 Sacramento State

#2 Illinois
#3 Fresno State

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Stillwater Regional
#1 Oklahoma State
#4 Nebraska-Omaha

#2 Indiana State
#3 Nebraska


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Fayetteville Regional
#1 Arkansas
#4 Ohio State

#2 Baylor
#3 Cincinnati

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Corvallis Regional
#1 Oregon State
#4 Stony Brook

#2 Indiana
#3 Illinois State

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Louisville Regional
#1 Louisville
#4 Central Michigan

#2 Missouri
#3 Michigan
 

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Honestly, I think this is the best regional and super regional setup we’ve had since hosting over a decade ago. Still have to win but none of these teams are impossible. Just glad they didn’t send us to Vandy or LA.
 

saluno22

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So here's where the Big Ten landed...

(2) Illinois at Ole Miss regional (#12 national seed)
(2) Indiana at Louisville regional (#7 national seed; every team is within driving distance for this one)
(3) Nebraska at Okie State regional (#9 national seed)
(3) Michigan at Oregon State regional (#16 national seed)
(4) Ohio State at Vanderbilt regional (#2 national seed)
 
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HuskerJag

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Honestly, I think this is the best regional and super regional setup we’ve had since hosting over a decade ago. Still have to win but none of these teams are impossible. Just glad they didn’t send us to Vandy or LA.

Agree. This is not a bad draw at all. Obviously you are going to have to beat some good teams to advance regardless of where you get sent, but, on paper at least, there is plenty to like here.
 

coolonetoo

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It’s good this regional is in OKC and not in the bandbox known as Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. OSU typically has a team of sluggers built specifically for hitting long balls in that yard.

Plus playing in a 3x larger stadium should make it a lot easier for me to get tickets if I decide to go at the last minute...
 
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coolonetoo

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So here's where the Big Ten landed...

(2) Illinois at Ole Miss regional (#12 national seed)
(2) Indiana at Louisville regional (#7 national seed; every team is within driving distance for this one)
(3) Nebraska at Okie State regional (#9 national seed)
(3) Michigan at Oregon State regional (#16 national seed)
(4) Ohio State at Vanderbilt regional (#2 national seed)
I guess the committee thought less of the Big Ten than the media. We ended up as a #3 seed and Michigan was one of the last four in. Clearly, the Wolverines would not have made a regional if not for their semi-miraculous comeback against Illinois on Thursday.
 
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saluno22

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I guess the committee thought less of the Big Ten than the media. We ended up as a #3 seed and Michigan was one of the last four in. Clearly, the Wolverines would not have made a regional if not for their semi-miraculous comeback against Illinois on Thursday.
I haven't had the time to search, who would you say Ohio State bumped out from a different conference?