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June 5, 2014

NCAA baseball super regionals: 10 things to know

Oklahoma State set to host UC-Irvine in Super Regional play

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KENNESAW BANDWAGON: Kennesaw State never drew more than 879 fans to its 1,200-seat stadium this season. A lot more folks are following the Owls now. Kennesaw State became a full-fledged Division I member in 2009-10, and the school is capitalizing on the unexpected exposure that's come with the Owls' run in the tournament. Watch parties have been organized at a suburban Atlanta restaurant, with discounts for folks dressed in black and gold, and the school bookstore has been fielding requests for apparel to mark the occasion.

"People on campus are definitely excited. This is kind of new for us, being on a national stage," bookstore assistant director Sean Rowland said.

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