Monthly Archives: June 2011

After the Final Out – A Graphic Representation

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The New Normal

I stood in my living room last night and watched the final out of the 2011 College World Series.  When I saw Matt Price point to the sky and Jackie Bradley, Jr. draw a bead on the final out of … Continue reading

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Back To Back National Championships!

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Too Many Storylines, Not Enough Words

Too much drama.  Too many heroes.  Too much quintessential fighting gamecock spirit. Words fail me, which is a big admission from a loudmouth blogger. The Post and Courier‘s Travis Haney said it best via tweet: Best game I've ever seen. And I've … Continue reading

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Find A Way – A Great CWS Escape

“South Carolina has got something very, very special going on right now. It seems like they just find a way.” – Virginia head coach Brian O’Connor. Well, I’m out of rational explanations for this run the Gamecocks are on, so … Continue reading

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Foto Friday

This is your weekend CWS open thread.

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$#*! My Blog Says

– Les Miles doesn’t need another nickname. He’s been the Mad Hatter, the Ball Clocker, the Grass Eater, and the Kick Faker. But after watching this video, I hereby decree, mutatis mutandis, that TRC shall henceforth call him the Honey Badger (link slightly … Continue reading

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Roth’s Run and Other Tusings

Before the 2010 College World Series, Michael Roth was a bit player for the South Carolina baseball team.  He was a situational lefty out of the Gamecock bullpen, and occasional pinch-hitter with batting practice power who rarely, if ever, delivered. … Continue reading

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DB Dismissed From Team – Shoes Walked So Far But Not to Class!/vic2715/status/81782006551289856

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O Me of Little Faith and Other Tusings

I’m still getting used to this.  I can admit the University of South Carolina is a national powerhouse in baseball.  Perhaps, at the moment, the best and most stable baseball program in the country.  But still, I doubt.  I doubted we could bounce back after losing … Continue reading

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