Horrendous Trojan Baserunning

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  1. Horrendous Trojan Baserunning
    twenty twenty

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    Continues. Top of 8th, Perez out at second. Followed by Pritchard out at third.....brain surgeon coaching by Curtis....waves Pritchard around third then throws up his hands to stop him..... Ran us out of the inning trailing 6-4. Can't believe Swann brings this staff back. We can do a lot better. We did not improve. FYI, Stanford lost their top pitcher for the season and just to remind a private school too.
     
       
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    We can only hope that Hubbs has coached his last game hear. Hopefully Swann pulls the plug, and we go a real search to higher a succeesful head coach, with a record of winning games and getting to the post season. Injuries be damned, this season was truly pathetic.
    Private schools are winning in College Baseball
     
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    One regional for SC in the past 12 seasons. Next year will be no better. Hart is only pitcher, who may or may not be competitive based on surgery this year. The talent level is not there. The other conference teams have a foundation and they aren't going away. Past two seasons have been terrible. Don't see any reason to believe it's going to significantly improve. Time for a big change. SC baseball is a flagship sport and it deserves better. Not just a lot of talk and wishful thinking. Not going to Omaha anytime soon. Almost 2 decades since the Trojans were in Omaha, that's the goal.....not "we're competitive" as stated by Hubbs. Enjoy the selection show tomorrow.
     

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