Ron Morris

June 10, 2014 8:11 PM

MORRIS: The golden age of college baseball may be here

THAT ONLY TWO nationally seeded teams advanced to the College World Series tells us that parity is alive and well in college baseball. Beyond that, it tells us that the state of the college game never has been better.

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