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College Baseball Regionals 2013: Breaking Down the Entire Bracket

Published by on May 29, 2013

It's time for the Road to Omaha as the college baseball regionals are set to begin, with 64 teams gunning for a berth in the College World Series and a chance at a national championship. 

Will top seeds like North Carolina, Vanderbilt, LSU and Cal State Fullerton dominate the field?

Will an upstart like last year's Stony Brook crash the party?

Which regions are the most stacked or toughest to call?

Let's break down the entire NCAA field.


Chapel Hill Regional

It's hard to see top overall seed North Carolina losing even a game in this regional. Boasting both the ACC Player of the Year (Colin Moran) and ACC Pitcher of the Year (Kent Emanuel), North Carolina won both the ACC regular-season and conference-tournament titles this year.

In a word, the Tar Heels are stacked.

Crazier things have happened, but it would be shocking if Canisius, Towson or Florida Atlantic pull off the upset and advance from this group.


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