KU baseball



  • KU just upset the #1 seed in the big 12 tourney.



  • Price trying to keep his job? 😀



  • @dylans ha, I think they are dble elimination too. Not sure.



  • All of the lower seeds won yesterday, so with double elimination, that means two of the top 4 seeds will be out after today’s games (4 plays 1, 3 plays 2, losers go home). Meanwhile, among the lower seeds, whoever wins today advances to the semifinals, while the losers will have a chance to get back into the bracket if they can win against the higher seeds. So two of the bottom four are guaranteed semifinal appearances, while two of the top four will be out. Crazy tournament.



  • Well the # 1 sees Texas is out. - - They lost to Oklahoma today 3-1. - - haven’t heard about KU/Baylor yet



  • @jayballer73 last I saw Baylor was up 10-1 up gave 6 runs in the first 3 innings, was pretty pathetic to be honest but it’s double elimination atleast.



  • kjayhawks said:

    @jayballer73 last I saw Baylor was up 10-1 up gave 6 runs in the first 3 innings, was pretty pathetic to be honest but it’s double elimination atleast.

    Ya KU lost 10-5 - -so not sure who we play tommorrow



  • KU faces Oklahoma with a chance for a rematch with Baylor.

    Oklahoma State (#2 seed) was also eliminated yesterday by 3 seed Texas Tech. That sets up a WVU-TTU matchup.

    Baylor and TCU (5 and 6 seeds) are already in the semis. Top 2 seeds are out. 3 and 4 seeds have to win their next two, or they are out (if Baylor or TCU wins their semifinal, they advance - if they lose, they get a rematch under the double elimination format).

    Chances are better that one of the bottom four seeds wins this tournament than that a top 4 team even makes the final.


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