Stacked SEC gets tougher with Texas A&M, Missouri
Baton Rouge- The Southeastern Conference has won three out of the past four college baseball championships, so the league didn't need to get any tougher.
The SEC adds Missouri and Texas A&M this season, making the league even deeper.
It already had no shortage of candidates to go to the College World Series and compete for a national championship, including the LSU Tigers.
The Tigers, along with the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Vanderbilt Commodores are the favorites to win the SEC this year.
The season opens Friday for all 14 teams, with LSU battling the University of Maryland at Alex Box Stadium.
Conference play beginning in March.
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