Seminoles baseball needs change

Clayton CoffmanAnalyst IJune 14, 2008
Each and every year, I see the Florida State Seminoles baseball team dominate in the regular season. They advance early to get to the College World Series in Omaha, but then, they turn into a team that doesn't belong. As it stood before they took on Stanford in the opening round of the CWS, FSU had the fourth seed. Unfortunately, the Cardinal didn't seem to care about the 'Noles high seeding. Stanford crushed Florida State 16-5 and put the Seminoles within one game of being ousted. Mike Martin, FSU's head coach, has been to 12 College World Series, but has never captured a title. He's a good coach with over 1400 wins, but if you've been to the CWS 12 times, and have never won the title, something is wrong.