NCAA.com | June 15, 2014 Read This A bat boy's journey to Omaha Share KCBD.com | Once in a lifetime Read the Story Spencer Howell has been Texas Tech's bat boy the entire season, but the young man was afraid his family couldn't afford the trip to Omaha. Coach Tadlock didn't want an incomplete team at the CWS and Raider Nation stepped up. The Clarion-Ledger | Annual CWS tickets finally pays off Read the Story Dr. Ed Truemper is a third-generation Mississippi grad and has lived in Nebraska since 2003. He's purchased College World Series tickets for years and now the tickets he's been snapping up are admission to Hotty Toddy heaven. The Dallas Morning News | Pitching is believing Read the Story TCU used a simple formula on its run to the College World Series -- rely on stellar pitching and score runs however possible. The formula worked and the Horned Frogs hope the best is yet to come. The Daily Progress | Hoo's the best? Read the Story In 2011, Virginia's journey to TD Ameritrade Park was no surprise. The Cavs were the No. 1 national seed entering the NCAA tournament. Not long after his current bunch of ‘Hoos punched their ticket to the CWS, Brian O’Connor was asked how does 2014 Virginia stack up to Cavalier squads of the past?