We're just four days away from the start of the 2009 College World Series. CB360 Co-Editor, Pete LaFleur, and I have been working feverishly to uncover information for college baseball starved fans that's hard to find most anywhere else.
Pete has been working in conjunction with college baseball sports information directors around the nation to provide updated statistics during this year's NCAA Tournament. It's not an easy task when you start a tournament with 64 teams. We do wish to thank every team and conference SID who has contributed to the effort. (Pete has had to hand enter some stats, because a handful of conferences respectfully declined from providing the PAK files Pete needed for the stat program.)
In any case, after 120 tournament games in the last two weeks, what we now have on our web site is the most comprehensive 2009 NCAA Tournament statistics you will find anywhere. You can see the full report HERE.
We (and by we I mostly mean Pete) will continue to update these statistics throughout the College World Series. (Ok, he'll do the stats part, but I'll add the links on the web site.)
I'm getting to Omaha Wednesday afternoon, so be watching our Twitter feed for things going on in the next few days leading-up to Saturday's opening day. I'll be at Rosenblatt for most of Friday's open practices, and we'll have video from the day's events on the site after that.
I hope I don't run into any Visigoths...