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Quick Links: The Morning After - Oregon State Blanks Yale

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The Beavers have outscored opponents 19-2 through two games of the NCAA Baseball Tournament.

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  • Recaps. Recaps. Recaps. You want them, so we went and got them from all around the web. BeaversEdge gives some love to OSU’s offense in the victory, the Register-Guard just sat back and enjoyed the show, USA Today went the whole Associated Press route, the Gazette Times took on things with some classic Yale quotes and the Oregonian followed things up with their thoughts on the game. All-around, some pretty good stuff from inner-dwellings of cyberspace.

  • Yale coach John Stuper is one of college baseball’s real characters and his personality definitely shined through in his post-game quotes following the Oregon State game. A list of links below are filled with some great remarks by the Bulldogs head coach...

Stuper dished his opinions about the fans at Goss Stadium

Stuper noted how he won’t lose sleep over the game

Stuper gave Luke Heimlich some seriously high praise

And then continued to give Heimlich even more praise

And finally, he was stunned by the sheer presence of media members

Oh yeah...Stuper also went the video game route. We had to include audio for that one.


So What Now?

The Beavers will either get a second meeting with a Holy Cross team that they defeated 8-2 on Friday night or another showdown with Yale on back-to-back days. The Crusaders and the Bulldogs will play at 1:00 PM PT on Sunday afternoon, in an elimination-game to determine the Beavers next opponent. From there, the team will have just hours to regroup and play OSU at 7:00 PM PT on Sunday night at Goss Stadium. The game will be televised via ESPN3.

If the Beavers do win on Sunday night, they’ll advance to play the winner of the Clemson Regional, which currently features #1 Clemson, #2 Vanderbilt and #4 UNC-Greensboro (#3 St. John’s has already been eliminated from the group). If the Beavers don’t win, they’ll have to play again on Monday night against the same opponent, in order to fulfill the double-elimination style format.