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Lovepurplelivegold

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I feel like every year we think it’s a down year just cause players we’ve seen be so good for the last four years are leaving. Last year we thought it was gonna be a down year in the SEC and we were very surprised. South Carolina (!) was the 9th seed in the tournament. Georgia was one of the best teams in the country before Gray got hurt, and they lost her but still made the postseason. Arkansas hosted their first regional EVER. We didn’t know who the hell was pitching for Kentucky and they went to another Super Regional. And then the constants (Florida, Tennessee, LSU, Alabama) all made the SR. This year we all know UCLA, Oklahoma, Washington, and Florida are the top four teams and yes RIGHT NOW there’s a dropoff after them. But y’all can we atleast let them play ONE game before we say it’s a down year? Maybe players have improved, maybe freshmen step right in. Who would’ve thought Mary Haff would have the year she had last year? No one. Who would’ve thought FLORIDA STATE would win the national championship?? Y’all we can predict and stuff, but let’s not call it a “down year”. Give them the chance to play.
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I feel like every year we think it’s a down year just cause players we’ve seen be so good for the last four years are leaving. Last year we thought it was gonna be a down year in the SEC and we were very surprised.

What on earth????

LSU had Hoover and Walljasper, Bama had Osorio, UF had Ocasio and Ole Miss had Lee... Did NOT think last year was going to be a down year in the SEC

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I really don't know why people believe 2019 has to be a down year. It's true Oregon and a couple other teams will almost certainly be down (the Ducks' best players are now in Austin), but there's still a bunch of talent in D1 in general and P5 leagues in particular. While it's true that only 3-4 teams are truly loaded, that doesn't guarantee any of them either a conference or a WCWS title. 2019 should provide some fun conference races, possibly some new player records and a great postseason.
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7. Tennessee- https://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/17062
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6. Georgia- https://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/17064
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5. Washington- https://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/17066
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Washington is way over-rated. They're on a 2 game losing streak, after all. And, think of the oodles of great hitters they lost. They'll be easy pickins for anyone from the SE quarter of the country (which includes OU).
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We get it, buddy. You like to sandbag.
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Wow, there's nothing quite as cool as having a true buddy on the Internet. I'm stoked!! I hope I've got enough sandbags left 
to keep you happy.[confused]
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4. Florida State- https://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/17073
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3. Florida- https://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/17078
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2. Oklahoma- https://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/17080
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OU at No. 2 seems fair.
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This "college sports madness" article seems to not include the player stats from the WCWS.

They use the team record of 57-5 (which includes the WCWS games)... 
but the player stats they list are only through the super regional games. 
That just seems very weird to me.


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2018: 57-5, 18-0
2018 Postseason: NCAA
Coach: Patty Gasso
 
Key Departed Players:
Nicole Pendley, OF, .327 BA, 15 HR, 49 RBI
Kelsey Arnold, IF, .298 BA, 17 RBI
Paige Parker, P, .086 ERA, 29 W, 163.2 IP, 188 SO
Paige Lowary, P, .098 ERA, 10 W, 93.0 IP. 72 SO
 
Key Returning Players:
Jocelyn Alo, UTL, .415 BA, 28 HR, 70 RBI
Sydney Romero, IF, .414 BA, 12 HR, 59 RBI
Shay Knighten, IF, .365 BA, 8 HR, 29 RBI
Nicole Mendes, UTL, .314 BA, 15 RBI, 12 SB
Caleigh Clifton, IF, .297 BA, 7 HR, 40 RBI, 12 SB
Falepolima Aviu, OF, .285 BA, 5 HR, 40 RBI
Mariah Lopez, P, 1.56 ERA, 14 W, 76.1 IP, 87 SO
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1. UCLA- https://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/17082
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