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NCAA regional preview: Beat writers' take

Tracy Smith

Nebraska vs. Indiana - B1G Baseball Championship Highlights

Big Ten regular season and postseason champ Indiana and Nebraska open NCAA regional play Friday. The Huskers kick things off for the Big Ten vs. Cal State Fullerton at 1 p.m. ET, while the Hoosiers host Youngstown State at 7 p.m. ET. Before the games begin, BTN.com conducted an email Q&A with a beat writer from each school to preview the action.

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Big Ten & NCAA baseball tourney: Five fun facts

Aaron Bummer

Kyle Schwarber's Home Run vs. Nebraska

The NCAA baseball tourney opens Friday, and Big Ten champ Indiana and Nebraska are ready to fight for a Super Regional berth. Before the two teams open regional play, here are five facts to know about the Big Ten and the NCAA tourney.

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Vote for Sam Travis for 2014 Golden Spikes Award

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Travis Makes the Terrific Diving Stop vs. Michigan

Big Ten Player of the Year Sam Travis is the Big Ten’s lone semifinalist for the 2014 Golden Spikes Award, handed out to the nation’s top baseball player. Travis hit .342 with 10 home runs and 52 RBI to help lead Indiana (42-13, 21-3) to its second consecutive sweep of the Big Ten titles (regular season & tournament). The first baseman recorded a sparkling .998 fielding percentage, to boot.

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Video: Indiana talks Big Ten's first national seed

Big Ten regular season and tournament champion Indiana earned the Big Ten’s first national seed in the NCAA tournament, it was announced Monday. The Hoosiers, who made the College World Series last season, are the No. 4 seed and will host a regional vs. Indiana State, Stanford and Youngstown State. Hear from the Hoosiers about their national seed in this post.

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B1G baseball tournament breaks attendance record

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Big Ten baseball fans came from all over to watch Sunday’s conference championship matchup between top-seeded Indiana and second-seeded Nebraska. The stands were packed as 19,965 fans filled up TD Ameritrade Park, which ranks as the largest single-game conference tournament attendance in NCAA history.

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