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Index= 24 Title=ncaa baseball College Baseball Scholarships What you need to know about college baseball recruiting: There are more than 1,600 college baseball programs in America. All except NCAA DIII offer full or partial baseball scholarships. Even at the DIII level many schools will provide financial aid in the form of academic or other scholarships. Click here to learn how to become a walk-on. Help yourself out: Get good grades: Being a good athlete is only half the battle. Keep track of important dates: Once you start high school it’s never too early to plan Welcome to the NEW website of the National Club Baseball Association. The new website offers online player registration, conference stat trackers, individual game stats, plus all the great features that the old NCBA Division I site had to offer. Due to the complexity of the state of the art software being used to design this fully custom website, the programming time has been quite extensive. 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The playoff bracket for Division I consists of 64 teams, with four teams playing at each of 16 regional sites (in a double-elimination format). The 16 winners advance to the Super Regionals at eight sites, played head-to-head in a best-of-three series. The eight winners then advance to the College World Series, a double elimination tournament (actually two separate four-team brackets) to determine the two national finalists. The finalists play a best-of-three series to determine the Division I national champion. In 2012, the winner of the College World Series was the Arizona Wildcats. More results from ncaa.com » D1Baseball.com, Your College Baseball Headquarters Site contains standings, schedules, and results for each Division I conference. www.d1baseball.com Ncaa Baseball - News Results 2012 NCAA Baseball Tournament Schedule: June 11 Yahoo! Contributor Network via Yahoo! 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Traditionally, it has been played in the early part of the year, with a relatively short schedule and during a time when cold (and/or rainy) weather hinders the ability for games to be played, particularly in the northern and midwestern parts of the U.S. These and other factors have historically led colleges and universities across the nation to effectively consider baseball a minor sport, both in scholarships as well as money and other points of emphasis. During the 1980s, coaches and athletic directors in warm-weather regions of the nation began to recognize the unrealized potential appeal of the sport. These coaches went out and aggressively recruited the sport to potential athletes, as well as made various upgrades to their programs; such as bigger and better stadiums, more money for staff and support salaries, and promotions. As these efforts resulted in better players and overall programs, more television and print media coverage beg an to emerge. The ESPN family of networks greatly increased television coverage of the NCAA playoffs and the College World Series. Soon, in many warm-weather regions, baseball came to be considered a major sport, approaching the level of football and basketball. And even non-warm weather schools started to recognize baseball's potential and began to put considerably more emphasis on it. Nebraska, Notre Dame, and Oregon State are three notable examples of cold (or rainy) weather schools with very successful programs. The first two made the College World Series when warm-weather schools placed major emphasis on baseball as well as had the advantage of playing earlier and more games because of favorable climates. Oregon State won back-to-back national championships in 2006 & 2007; at that time, archrival Oregon had been without baseball for a quarter-century, having dropped its program in 1981. Many credit the Beavers' success as being a primary factor in UO's later decision to revive baseball in 2009. Minnesota has taken advantage of the use of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome to play the majority of their games, including hosting a presti gious preseason tournament, and with the 2010 departure of the MLB Minnesota Twins for the new Target Field, hope to use the Metrodome for future Big Ten tournaments and bids on the NCAA tournament. Along with that, many smaller conferences (not in Division I) will play games at the Metrodome during February in order to keep up with schools in warm-weather locations. For 2008 and succeeding seasons, the NCAA has mandated the first ever start date for Division I baseball. This day is exactly thirteen weeks before the selection of the NCAA tournament field, which takes place on Memorial Day. For 2010, this date was March 1. Many feel this date will give schools outside of warm-weather areas more parity in college baseball and help continue to make the sport a major one nationally. EA Sports released MVP 06 NCAA Baseball, the first college baseball video game ever released. It included most Division I schools. A sequel, MVP 07: NCAA Baseball, was also released. Index= 24 Title=ncaa football [] Last Completed Season 2011 A college football national championship in the highest level of collegiate play in the United States, currently the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), is a designation awarded annually by various third-party organizations to their selection(s) of the best college football team(s). Division I FBS (formerly Division I-A) football is the only NCAA sport in which a yearly champion is not determined by an NCAA sanctioned championship event. Because the championship team is not determined by an NCAA championship or tournament event, it is sometimes unofficially referred to as a "mythical national championship".[1][2][3][4] Since the NCAA, the sport's governing body, does not determine or declare a national champion in this field, determination of such has often engendered controversy.[5] A championship team is independently declared by various individuals and organizations, often referred to as "selectors".[6][7] These choices are sometimes at odds with each other.[5] While the NCAA has never officially endorsed an annual championship team, it has documented the choices of several selectors in the official NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Records.[8] In addition, various third party analysts have independently published their own lists of what they have determined to be the most legitimate selections for each season. These are also often at odds with each other as well as individual school's claims on national championships, which, for any particul ar season, may or may not correlate to the selections published elsewhere. Currently, two widely recognized national champions selectors are the Associated Press, which conducts a poll of football sportswriters, and the USA Today Coaches' Poll, a poll of American Football Coaches Association active coaches that is contractually obligated to name the winner of the Bowl Championship Series championship game as its national champion. Search within espn.go.com NCAA Football > Home All Times Eastern; Check Local Listings: Thursday, August 30; 7:00 p.m. [ESPN3.com] Central Florida at Akron 7:00 p.m. [ESPN3.com] Eastern Michigan at Ball State ncaafootball.com - Cached NCAA College Football News, Videos, Scores, Polls, Standings ... 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Having a son with a rare neurological disorder has given Penn State coach Bill O'Brien and his wife, Colleen, the ability to handle the ... aol.sportingnews.com/ncaa-football - Cached The concept of a national championship in college football dates to the early years of the sport in late 19th century,[9] and the earliest contemporaneous polls can be traced to Caspar Whitney, Charles Patterson, and The Sun in 1901.[10] Therefore, the concept of polls and national champions predated mathematical ranking systems, but it was Frank Dickinson's math system that was one of the first to be widely popularized. His system named 10–0 Stanford the national champion of 1926, prior to their tie with Alabama in the Rose Bowl. A curious Knute Rockne, then coach of Notre Dame, had Dickinson backdate two seasons, which produced Notre Dame as the 1924 national champion and Dartmouth in 1925. A number of other mathematical systems were born in the 1920s and 1930s and were the only organized methods selecting national champions until the Associated Press began polling sportswriters in 1936 to obtain rankings. Alan J. Gould, the creator of the AP Poll, named Minnesota, Princeton, and SMU tri-champions in 1935, and polled writers the following year, which resulted in a national championship for Minnesota. The AP's main competition, United Press, created the first poll of coaches in 1950. For that year and the next three, the AP and UP agreed on the national champion. The first "split" championship occurred in 1954, when the writers selected Ohio State and the coaches chose UCLA. The polls also disagreed in 1957, 1965, 1970, 1973, 1974, and 1978, the latter of which was followed by eleven years of agreement. The Coaches' Poll would stay with United Press (UP) when they merged with International News Service (INS) to form United Press International (UPI) but was acquired by USA Today and CNN in 1991. T he poll was in the hands of ESPN from 1997 to 2005 before moving to its present sole ownership by USA Today. Though some of the math systems selected champions after the bowl games, both of the major polls released their rankings after the end of the regular season until the AP polled writers after the bowls in 1965, resulting in what was perceived at the time as a better championship selection (Alabama) than UPI's (Michigan State). After 1965, the AP voted before the bowls for two years, permanently returning to a post-bowl vote in 1968. The coaches did not vote after the bowls until 1974, in the wake of awarding their 1973 championship to Alabama, who lost to the AP champion, undefeated Notre Dame, in the Sugar Bowl. The AP and Coaches' polls remain the major rankings to this day, alongside the Bowl Championship Series, considered the modern math giant. The BCS was the successor of the Bowl Alliance (1995–1997), which was itself the successor of the Bowl Coalition (1992–1994). Besides the many adjustments it undergoes each season, including a large overhaul following the 2004 season that included the replacement of the AP Poll with the Harris poll, the BCS has remained a mixture of math and polls since its inception in 1998, with the goal of matching the best two teams in the nation in a national championship bowl game which rotated yearly between the Sugar, Fiesta, Rose, and Orange from 1998 to 2005, and later a standalone game titled the BCS National Championship Game (2006 to present). The winner of the BCS Championship Game is awarded the national championship of the Coaches' Poll thus winning the AFCA National Championship Trophy. The BCS winner also receives the MacArthur Trophy from the National Football Foundati on. Neither the AP Poll, nor other current selectors, have contractual obligations to select the BCS champion as their national champion.[11][12] The BCS has resulted in a number of controversies, most notably those that followed the 2003 season. [edit] National championships in the official NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Records The NCAA maintains an official records book of historical statistics and records for football. In the records book, with consultation from various college football historians, it has created and maintains a list of "major selectors" of national championships throughout the history of college football along with their championship picks for each season.[8] [edit] Major selectors A variety of selectors have named national champions throughout the years. They generally can be divided into three categories: those determined by mathematical formula, human polls, and historical research. The selectors below are listed in the official NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Records as having been deemed to be "major selectors" for which the criteria is that the poll or selector be "national in scope either through distribution in newspaper, television, radio and/or computer online".[6] The former selectors, deemed instrumental in the sport of college football, and selectors presently included for the calculation of the BCS standing, are listed together.[13]Index= 24 Title=Buy eyeglasses direct [] Buy eyeglasses direct Sponsored ResultsZenni Optical® Eyeglasses Shop 5600+ Styles Starting At $6.95 Top Quality Rx Lenses, Order Now! www.zennioptical.com Buy Eyeware Direct Online No Site can Beat Our Offer. 70% Off Retail Prices , Buy Now! www.GlassesUSA.com 75% Off EyeGlasses Online Top Quality Rx Eyeglasses from $19. 100% Satisfaction. 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Why Choose PrescriptionGlassesOnline.Net? •Same high quality glasses as in retail store •Quality never goes out of style •Convenient online customer services •Virtual fitting room to select the right frame •Save up to 70% on prescription glasses •No problem with Prism Prescription •100% Satisfaction guaranteed How to Buy Glasses Online Can You Really Save 80% By Buying Glasses Online? Here’s a familiar scenario: You go to the eye doctor. Your prescription changes or your glasses look so scratched they’re just sad (and useless). It’s time for a new pair of prescription eyeglasses. Before, you’d look around the optometrist’s office or another brick-and-mortar store. You’d find the pair you like. You’d ignore the insanely expensive price tag. It’s a lot of money, you may reason, but seeing (in style) is worth it. You’d settle. Say hello to buying glasses online. Unlike their brick-and-mortar counterparts, glasses stores online give you a huge selection for a pinch of the cost. Eyeglasses that run for $350 or more at a brick-and-mortar store could easily cost $50 online. That’s $300 in savings—enough to buy eyeglasses for every day of the week! So why buy glasses online? Well, GEE, let’s see . . . G – Guaranteed Quality—These are high-quality, durable glasses that often come with a satisfaction guarantee; in fact, they’re the same quality of glasses you find at brick-and-mortar stores, but they are . . . E – Economic—Buying eyeglasses online saves you literally hundreds of dollars; same quality of product, less money—do we even need another reason to buy online? Well, for kicks . . . E – Efficient—You have our official permission to shop for eyeglasses online in your underwear. We won’t tell (or know, thank goodness). Online you can shop anytime, anywhere—just find your frame and enter your information. It’s that easy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How to Buy Glasses Online By now you know buying eyeglasses online is Guaranteed, Economic, and Efficient. But like going in to plant your first real kiss (or anything new and exciting), buying your first pair of glasses online may still seem daunting. Never fear, our online guide to buying glasses is here, more helpful than a horde of experienced older sisters. So pucker up, pull up the monitor, and follow my lead. I'm guiding you to glasses bliss. Simply follow the three "knows" of buying glasses online: 1. Know Your Frame—Look inside an existing frame, usually on the temple, for a series of numbers like 50-18-140. These are the lens width, bridge size, and temple length, respectively. Then, you can search for a frame according to style, with the measurements to know how the glasses will fit. These measurements are in millimeters, so they only need to be close, not exact. When you find the frames you love, it’s time to personalize the lenses. 2. Know Your Prescription—Have your glasses prescription ready (yes, this is different than your contact prescription). Simply ask your eye doctor for it at your next visit, or have your doctor fax it to you. Your eyeglasses prescription includes many numbers and parts. Don’t feel overwhelmed by this. Understanding is just a mouse click away. 3. Know Your Pupillary Distance (PD)—This is the distance between your pupils. Ask your eye doctor for this measurement. You can also take it yourself. Having your PD ensures your lenses will align to your eyes properly.