By Steve Habel, Senior Contributing Writer
AUSTIN, Texas — There’s little to deny that the Texas baseball team's charge into the College World Series for a record 36th time has been charmed at times. But there has been plenty of quality baseball being played by UT, as well.
Some say the Longhorns’ run has been aided by the memory and a push from beyond by former coach Augie Garrido, but doing so is all sentiment over substance. Texas has had to fight its way this far, and it has done so by playing its best baseball when it has counted the most.
The Longhorns (42-21) start play in the CWS at noon Sunday when they battle Arkansas (44-19), a team to which UT lost twice this season [article-offer]