D1Baseball’s Fitt on NCAA Bracket (Part 2)

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D1Baseball’s Aaron Fitt continues analyzing this year’s NCAA Baseball Tournament selections, starting with why some non-‘Power 5’ teams came up short, and why the last four in were all P5 programs. Fitt considers what could be done with annual scheduling to better balance the importance of the RPI, plus he explores the Clemson-Virginia debate for the last national seed. Finally, will we ever see a Baseball NIT? Listen in to find out!

Aaron Fitt | Author and Editor | D1Baseball.com (Part 2)

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Aaron Fitt | Author and Editor | D1Baseball.com (Part 1)

Darren Dunn | Director of Athletics | University of Northern Colorado (Part 2)

Darren Dunn | Director of Athletics | University of Northern Colorado (Part 1)

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