1. Sporting Events That Cause Americans to Jump on the Bandwagon

    It never fails. Be it every year or every four years, we as Americans, both sports fans and not, decide that for a day, a week or a month we are going to become diehard, knowledgeable fans of sports that we normally couldn't care less about...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 785 reads 2 comments

  2. UCLA Pitching Shuts Down Mississippi State Hitters in Game 1

    UCLA's Adam Plutko was in control from the start Monday night as the UCLA Bruins took a 1-0 lead over Mississippi State in the best-of-three College World Series final...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 607 reads 2 comments

  3. Mississippi State Fans Swarm Omaha; Cheer on Bulldogs to CWS Final

    It may as well have been a home game for Mississippi State. For the past week, fan bases of eight different college baseball teams could be spotted all over Omaha. No one team's fans stood out as a solid majority...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 2,940 reads 3 comments

  4. UNC Ousts N.C. State to Advance to Final Four of CWS

    For Colin Moran, revenge is sweet. After opening the College World Series with an 0-for-3 performance en route to a 8-1 loss against N.C. State, Moran and the Tar Heels got another crack at the N...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 383 reads 0 comments

  5. Masterful Matt: Oregon State's Boyd Pitches the Beavers to CWS Final Four

    On Wednesday, Oregon State punched the ticket that will keep them in town long enough to have outlasted half of the teams in the College World Series field...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 866 reads 0 comments

  6. UCLA and Mississippi State Proving Everyone Wrong at CWS

    Notice I how didn't use the word "expert" in the headline. In my opinion, there is no such thing as a college baseball expert, not until the players and coaches start writing articles in-season...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 2,038 reads 5 comments

  7. College World Series: UNC's Moran Sends LSU Home with His Bat

    Colin Moran didn't show up to the postgame press conference on Tuesday afternoon. He had already said all he needed to with his bat...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 378 reads 0 comments

  8. Mississippi State's Rea Quickly Becoming the Face of the College World Series

    In all fairness, Mississippi State's Wes Rea has a pretty distinct advantage when it comes to standing out in any crowd. The 6'5", 270-pound Gulfport , Miss. native doesn't usually have to do a whole lot to get people to notice him...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 5,686 reads 6 comments

  9. CWS 2013: Making Sense of the First Round of Games

    When the College World Series began just two days ago, three of the eight teams participating were national seeds. Now, all three find themselves in the loser's bracket fighting for their lives...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 373 reads 4 comments

  10. Indiana's DeNato Shuts Down Louisville with Complete-Game Shutout

    There have been plenty of predictions, projections and recommendations in regard to what pitcher to watch at the College World Series. Few of them included Joey DeNato ...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 137 reads 0 comments

  11. Indiana's Kyle Schwarber Looks to Shine on Opening Day at the CWS

    The Indiana Hoosiers had a storybook year on their way to Omaha and the College World Series. The Hoosiers recorded two wins in three games against Louisville along the way and look ...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 558 reads 0 comments

  12. Howard 'Skip' Stern: The CWS Chauffeur of Champions

    Skip Stern has been driving his whole life. The Air Force veteran got his start behind the wheel of military fuel trucks on the runways of U.S. air bases in Germany. He was serving his country then...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 1,086 reads 0 comments

  13. College World Series: America's Perfect Sporting Event

    As I gaze out over the skyline high atop TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska, I realize that I'm sitting at the site of what may well be the greatest and perhaps only perfect sporting event in the United States...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 5,679 reads 0 comments

  14. College World Series: Pieces of Rosenblatt on Display Throughout Omaha Metro

    Those travelling to Omaha this year for the College World Series who may also be looking for a bit of nostalgia are in luck...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 381 reads 0 comments

  15. College World Series 2013: One Player to Watch from Each Team in Omaha

    There are many memories to be made at every College World Series. Some have to do with great plays on the field. Some are of the trek to Omaha. Others involve pregame tailgating and meeting people from all walks of life...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 1,063 reads 0 comments

  16. Big Ten Baseball Tournament Day 1 Recap: Minnesota and Nebraska Get Wins

    The six-team Big Ten baseball tournament kicked off at Minneapolis' Target Field on Wednesday with Minnesota and Nebraska both getting that all-important first-round win to stay in the winner's bracket...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 87 reads 0 comments

  17. Selling Alcohol at College Sporting Events Makes Sense and Cents

    College kids drink. It's a fact of life and no law will ever change that. Despite this fact, the NCAA and many states, cities and counties around the country have rules and regulations regarding the sale of alcohol at collegiate sporting events...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about 1 year ago 4,438 reads 1 comments

  18. Creighton to the Big East Would Spell Trouble for Nebraska Hoops

    There hasn't been this much excitement in the state of Nebraska about the Cornhuskers' hoops team in a long time...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about over 1 year ago 4,186 reads 15 comments

  19. South Dakota State Holds off Omaha, Clinches Share of Summit Title

    Both Omaha Maverick fans and basketball fans in general came out in record numbers Thursday night to get a glimpse of a great player. What they saw was a great team...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about over 1 year ago 412 reads 0 comments

  20. Omaha Mavericks Welcome Jackrabbits on Back of a Three Game Winning Streak

    Basketball fans in Omaha are no strangers to watching a nationally recognized player put on a show on the hardwood. The problem is, that show usually comes by way of Creighton forward Doug McDermott...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about over 1 year ago 232 reads 0 comments

  21. Wrestling Will Survive Without the Summer Olympic Games

    I am a wrestler. For those who wrestle or have wrestled, you know what I'm talking about. We are wrestlers. We don't play anything. We live and breath something. It is the core of who we are and it never goes away...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about over 1 year ago 325 reads 4 comments

  22. Creighton Bluejays Anything but a One-Man Show, Ready to Make Noise in March

    On a long and lonesome highway east of Omaha in 2010, Grant Gibbs was heading west through Iowa on his way to Nebraska's largest city...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about over 1 year ago 666 reads 2 comments

  23. Notre Dame and South Bend Ready to Play the Role of America's Team and Town

    South Bend, Ind., isn't like other college towns. It's not like Charlottesville , Va,, or Ithaca, N.Y.—towns that crawl with "hippies" and "yuppies." It's not like Lincoln, Neb...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about over 1 year ago 229 reads 3 comments

  24. BCS Chaos: How Terrelle Pryor Changed the 2012 Season

    Who ever would have thought two years ago that a couple of free tattoos would turn the 2012 college football season on its head? That is exactly what happened yesterday...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about almost 2 years ago 1,586 reads 17 comments

  25. Nebraska Head Coach Bo Pelini: You're Either with Him or Against Him

    Bo Pelini doesn't care what you think. He doesn't care what I think. He doesn't care what the Sunday newspaper columnist thinks. Bo Pelini cares about winning. Not just winning, but winning his way...

    J.P. Scott Written by J.P. Scott about almost 2 years ago 1,925 reads 32 comments