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College Baseball World Series 2012: Michael Roth Won’t Save South Carolina

Published by on June 25, 2012

Michael Roth's reign of terror over the College World Series is about to come to an end. The decorated South Carolina pitcher has been a large part of why his Gamecocks are in the championship round trying to win their third straight title. But not even he will be able to help them stave off elimination.

On the strength of a 5-1 win in the opener, the Wildcats have to win just one of the next two games to win their first college baseball championship since 1986.

As good and as gritty as this Gamecocks team is, they will not be able to win two straight. Arizona's starting pitching is just too good. Their starters are a perfect 9-9 in this postseason run. In that stretch, they've thrown an amazing five complete games, and one of the starts that was not a complete game was a 9.1-inning outing by Kurt Heyer in an extra-innings affair. 

Still, Game 2 is the one game where South Carolina is not at a starting pitching disadvant...

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