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CWS 2013: Breaking Down Each Remaining Team’s Critical Flaw

Published by on June 20, 2013

Only five teams remain alive in the 2013 College World Series. And none of those five squads can say they're perfect.

Sure, each team has earned the right to be where they are. It takes a special team to advance this far in college baseball's marathon postseason.

But as tournament favorite LSU showed with its surprising first-round exit at the hands of UCLA and then North Carolina, favorites don't matter, and any team can be eliminated. Here's a look at all five teams still fighting for the national championship and the one flaw that just might be their undoing in Omaha.

 

UCLA

Fatal Flaw: Lack of Firepower in the Lineup

The Bruins have been the surprise team of Omaha. If you had polled all the experts and asked them who was going to win the national title, LSU and North Carolina would have been the overwhelming answer. But the Bruins opened up the tournament by upsetting LSU t...

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