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- Craig has a Nadal take.
- Baseball: bats came alive in the tournament.
- Joe Stewart: Makes Sparties so mad. Team came together when MSU threw at his head and they (and he) responded.
- We do NOT trust the pitching. Good news: it's a hitter's regional. Louisville and Oregon are bat teams. So is everyone in the Big Ten save Iowa.
- Rutgers got hosed. Kevin Warren would have said something if it was Ohio State.
- Willie Weiss: Bakich's theory on his pitching turnaround is he overloaded his credits.
- "MICHIGAN CHEATERS!"? Dude, he faced 2 batters. Also: it's baseball. Yankee fans are still mad about Kenny Rogers, but nobody else clutches their pearls over this. He's just bad at hiding it; give him a few years in the Astros farm system and he'll be better at hiding it.
- Anyone else think the balls were hopping off the bats in Omaha? A couple of those homers were fly ball swings.
- Michigan hoops: Need a 4, unless TW can improve his defense, or Jett is there. He'll be more active than Houstan; dirty secret is neither guy staying in the draft was
- Craig's hot take: Caleb Houstan is Kam Chatman.
- NIL and bigs: These guys are valuable in college like they're not in the NBA, and their personalities can shine here too. Helps less with the 5-star one-and-done types, because (see: Diabate, Houstan) they have to cash in now, and their freshman years are not as valuable as what they'll become.
- Changes how we think Michigan should replace recruiting.
- Softball: Why are their best players leaving? Is it competitiveness, or (Seth says) they have a big class coming in that they recruited pre-pandemic, and just 12 scholarships.