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Mississippi State explores ballpark options

College powerhouse Mississippi State is looking at more upgrades to Dudy Noble Field at Polk–DeMent Stadium, both for the benefit of fans and players. The current setup at 15,000-capacity Dudy Noble Field dates back to 1987 and reflects the prevailing design ethos: emphasis on grandstand seating, less on amenities. On the plus side, there’s a […]

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Welcome to the Colllege World Series!

The College World Series kicked off this weekend in Omaha, and fans were treated to a sight proving the emphasis of academics in the NCAA. Here’s the tweet from Howie Lindsey showing the misspelling: Check the spelling of COLLEGE on this massive dugout sign. “Great googly moogly” pic.twitter.com/hEAg8H2Omv — Howie Lindsey (@howielindsey) June 15, 2013 […]

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Fall games pitched by Big Ten

Fall games that would count toward College World Series eligibility is being pitched by Big Ten coaches and officials as a way to level the NCAA baseball playing field, currently dominated by southern and western squads. It’s no secret Big Ten coaches and administrators are frustrated by the imbalance in college baseball: SEC and PAC-12 […]

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