Talk:College World Series
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Merger with NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
I am just wondering what everyone thinks about that. It seems like most of what anyone cares about when it comes to College baseball is the College World Series and I thought the two articles should go together. It is possible I got the templates backwards, but I also checked and saw that Final Four redirects to NCAA Men'sDivision I Basketball Championship, which is perfectly analogous to what I am suggesting. But I'll leave it out there for anyone to debate and consider. DandyDan2007 11:42, 31 January 2007 (UTC)
2007 and 2008
I removed special sections on the 2007 and 2008 CWS. Each year's series has its own page and is adequately linked to from this article. This article is about the series in general, not about any particular year's edition. Their inclusion here is an example of WP:Recentism. I figure I should leave a note here lest I be accused by User:Lenerd of vandalism again. Have a nice day.--188.8.131.52 (talk) 05:17, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
University of Southern California and University of South Carolina
Seeing as USC was used to refer to both teams at times, which is dumb, I've changed both to no longer be ambiguous. But if either was USC, it would be Southern California, as they're more well known both in sports and in baseball. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 16:23, May 14, 2011
- I am not sure I would agree. South Carolina has been in the finals of the CWS the past three years, winning it twice. And their other sports teams are competitive, too. --rogerd (talk) 18:31, 4 April 2013 (UTC)
If the world runs short of commas, they can find plenty to spare in this article!
Two WACs - two separate and unique conferences
NCAA.org's own  clearly lists two separate and distinctively different WACs which existed in two entirely difference eras. BlueBonnetLeague would do well to reference citations already in existence rather than rewrite an integral portion of the article to suit his own tastes. BlueBonnetLeague does not own the article - his edit is pointless and serves no purpose other than to disrupt the natural flow and stability of the article and to call into question his understanding, or total ignorance thereof, of factual evidence already cited on page 14 of the NCAA CWS Record Book. There were/are two WACs. Adding a list of conference winners is doable, but without blowing-up the existing format and without removing existing citations. Whatever BlueBonnetLeague's motives are here, and I suspect I know what they are, they ARE NOT for the good of the article. Scrooster (talk) 12:57, 26 September 2014 (UTC)
- General CWS Records – NCAA.org, Page 14: All Time Won-Loss By Conference"