Bubble watch: Breaking them down

College : : Story
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2013

We're just a couple of weeks away from Selection Monday.

While dreams will come true for plenty of teams around the country, others will see their dreams get dashed by not getting chosen as part of college baseball's illustrious postseason field of 64.

In our latest NCAA Field of 64, the top eight national seeds, regional host sites and remaining at-large selections were handed out. That list, of course, includes a hefty crop of bubble teams that were included in the field.

There are plenty of teams that weren't included in this week's field, and currently are sitting on the bubble, but just outside of the field.

As part of our postseason coverage, we take an inside look at all the bubble teams by dissecting each individual situation.



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