College Baseball World Series: Texas Swaggers Itself to Omaha
Texas Advances to College World Series With Game 3 Win Over Arizona State
Texas isn't the most talented team on their way to Omaha. Just ask their coach, Augie Garido.
"There’s a champion in here, but it’s going to take teamwork and it’s going to take swagger and it’s going to take an attitude," the 72-year-old Garrido was quoted as telling his team. "We’re going to have all that going for that, because we’re not going to be blessed with the kind of a talent that’s an easy ride."
And that swagger was on full display in a decisive game three 4-2 victory over Arizona State. The victory earns Texas their 34th College World Series appearance. There regular appearances have set a precedence of high expectations.
"Our goal is always to win a national championship," junior shortstop Brandon Loy said in the above linked article. "That’s why we don’t have a big celebration when we win a super regional. It’s not our style. It’s the first step."
One thing is for certain: However many more steps they take they will take them with swagger.
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