Pac-12 bringing back glory days
There was a time, if you can believe it, when the SEC was a second-tier baseball league, not the indomitable force it's become today, powered by football wealth.
Mark Marquess knows. He lived it.
He became an assistant coach at Stanford in 1972 and the head man in '77, and the power structure of college baseball leaned west as if it were the Tower of Pisa. There was a centralized superiority, much like the current college football landscape, and it ...
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