If we were mentally engaged then it didn't appear that way. It's post-season conference tourney play and you cannot take a day off mentally.Man, what a bummer. I know baseball is a funny game and I'm sure the team was mentally engaged for this one, but three hits is really disappointing.
I said a week or so ago if we get to 38 wins we should be in. Win tomorrow is what we may need to assure a spot if its not assured already. I say we just win the whole thing.I would feel about 50/50 on our chances. I don't think we can definitively say we would be out, but it would be far from a sure thing.
Most four seeds end up being schools from small conferences that win their tourney championship. Most likely we would be a borderline 3 seed or out entirely if we do go 2 and Que.I think if we lose tomorrow, we end up a 4 seed in a very tough regional like Miami or A&M.
No one said the program sucks in this thread, your words. Erstad has a job to get the team ready to play and manage the game. Today the team was not focused, Erstad's job partially, some of that is on the players. Erstad also is in charge of Silva, and Burkamper was left in pry too long. With the success comes the glory, with the failure comes the critique. You cannot have one without the other. I hope we get it turned around tomorrow and I will continue to support the program, including Erstad.One loss and the detractors are back with how Erstad and the whole program suck. Welcome back, folks. It's been a few weeks since we heard from you. Oh, yeah...screw you guys.