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anc
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Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense
Batting Average
Mississippi St. 0.322
Louisville 0.320
Arkansas 0.319
Florida St. 0.314
Auburn 0.314
Vanderbilt 0.311
Texas Tech 0.300
Michigan 0.264

Earned Run Average
Mississippi St. 2.20
Louisville 2.32
Texas Tech 3.04
Michigan 3.27
Florida St. 3.38
Arkansas 3.57
Vanderbilt 4.17
Auburn 4.17

Fielding Percentage
Vanderbilt .982
Louisville .978
Texas Tech .977
Michigan .974
Auburn .974
Mississippi St. .973
Arkansas .970
Florida St. .963


Looking at this, I feel like we're overlooking Louisville.

This post was edited on 6/11 at 12:13 pm


Razorback Reverend
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as if opponents played has nothing to do with it....


Having Swept Miss State, whomping Ole miss in the Supers, strength of schedule goes a long ways... as does matchups with certain teams.

Ole Miss had our number until recent... Miss State had a lot of folks numbers other than ours.

I am asking, because I simply do not know... how was Louisville's strength of opponent, and FSU's...

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dukee7
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Louisville and Florida St are my dark horses to win the cws


anc
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as if opponents played has nothing to do with it....



I mean, the ACC isn't chopped liver. Lousville's SOS is 21st


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thunderbird1100
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I would use OPS instead of BA for hitting


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AllbyMyRelf
Mississippi St. Fan
Virginia
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re: Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense
Louisville is talented and well coached, though their SOS is not as good as the SEC. They did take 2 from Ole Miss


momentoftruth87
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Louisville is meh just like their ball park


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Razorback Reverend
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They did take 2 from Ole Miss
Hmmm... Thanks


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redeye
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I'm surprised that Vandys era is that low. I know Rocker had a no-hitter the other day, but has their pitching struggled recently?

Edit: are these numbers just for the tournament? The numbers on the SEC website are through 6/10 and are different.

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anc
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I'm surprised that Vandys era is that low. I know Rocker had a no-hitter the other day, but has their pitching struggled recently?



Vanderbilt is a complete team. No. 1 RPI. SEC Champion. SEC Tournament Champion.

If they have a weakness, they give up more runs than they probably should. Helps when you average scoring 9 a game, but Friday nights have been interesting.

Last two series of the year + Super Regional

Duke scored 18 on them.
Kentucky scored 10 on them.
South Carolina scored 11 on them.

They won two of those games.



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Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense


None of that will matter

Whoever gets hot, will win



CrabInMyShoeMouth
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re: Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense
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Louisville and Florida St are my dark horses to win the cws


Two dark horse teams with only eight remaining. I'd say you missed the window to call that by at least a week.


RazorHawg
Member since Aug 2013
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re: Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense
Louisville is faced with playing the SEC tournament being on the side of the bracket with Vandy, State and Auburn.


momentoftruth87
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Vandy or State will emerge to the championship


BhamBlazeDog
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Vandy or State will emerge to the championship



To play Arkansas.


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dukee7
LSU Fan
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Two dark horse teams with only eight remaining. I'd say you missed the window to call that by at least a week


Dark horses to win the cws...as in now that they’re in those 2 wouldn’t surprise me to win it.


nicholastiger
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re: Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense
The tougher bracket is obviously the side with Vandy, Louisville and Miss St. Don't sleep on Auburn either. Auburn is not going down without a fight. I think this bracket could really tax whoever comes out of it and may hurt them from a pitching standpoint for the championship round.

On the other side, I like Hogs and Texas Tech. Tadlock is becoming one of the better head coaches out there. I think this bracket has potential to have an undefeated team come out of it unscathed which should allow them to be fresh for championship series.


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Central Pork
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None of that will matter

Whoever gets hot, will win


Agree.


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KingBarkus
Mississippi St. Fan
New Orleans
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re: Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense
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Louisville and Florida St are my dark horses to win the cws


I would not want to play Florida St right now. Have not lost in the Regional or SR.


beaverfever
Arkansas Fan
Little Rock
Member since Jan 2008
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re: Ranking the Remaining CWS Field in Hitting, Pitching and Defense
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I would not want to play Florida St right now. Have not lost in the Regional or SR.
Yeah but honestly there’s not a single team in Omaha that anyone would want to play right now. There’s only good teams left at this point.


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