After the first results of the weekend, we know a handful of things about SEC baseball that we didn't know before Thursday. There are still a few things to figure out, though
We already know who's won each division and which one of those teams is the No. 1 seed. But that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of things left to watch during the final week of the season
Also on tap: A look at the race for the final spot in Hoover and the best bet for a meaningful game this week
Make no mistake: the SEC ESPN Network is largely about making the water fountains at SEC headquarters pour pure gold. But what does it mean for the "other" sport that the SEC dominates?
The standings in the SEC might not be where you expect them after the first two weekends of conference baseball, but they also aren't set in stone yet
Arkansas takes the top spot in our look at the pecking order in SEC baseball so far. But two undefeated teams and a list of other competitors are making some noise
The Wildcats are gearing up for one of the most anticipated baseball seasons in program history. Can they finally get to the College World Series
It's an odd-numbered year, which could just mean that Georgia is going to the NCAA tournament. But even formulas can be wrong sometimes
But Kevin O'Sullivan is in charge, so only people who feel lucky should bet on anything but another solid year
Florida, Kentucky and South Carolina in the running for the East; LSU, Mississippi State runners-up in the West
After an up-and-down regular season, Arkansas pitched its way into contention for the national championship in 2012. This year brings another chance to seal the deal
No program can be good at everything, and the case study in that in 2012 was the Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team. Are they ready for a rebound this season?
In their own ways, both the Gamecocks and the Wildcats shocked us in 2012 in baseball. Neither ended up with the national title when it was over