Jody Victor: When it was all said and cone, the 2009 regular season was an odd one for Ohio State baseball. and this program likes odd years because for the 10th consecutive odd-numbered year, since 1991, and for the 13th time in coach Bob Todd's 22 years as coach, Ohio State will be playing in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.
The team learned today that it has been invited into the NCAA championship field as the No. 3 seed in the Tallahassee, Fla., Regional and will play No. 2 seed and 37-22 Georgia at 12 noon Friday (televised on ESPNU). Host and No. 1 seed Florida State and No. 4 Marist are the other schools in the four-team Tallahassee Regional. They play at 4 p.m. Friday
The four teams will play a double elimination tournament starting Friday, May 29 and continue through Monday, June 1, if necessary. All games will start at 12 noon or 4p.m. with the exception of the possible game Monday, which would start at 7 p.m.