EUGENE, Ore. -- The No. 5 national seeded Oregon baseball team will host a Super Regional for the first time ever under the new format this weekend when Kent State comes to town.
The Golden Flashes have won 20-games in a row after advancing through the Gary, Ind. Regional last week. It's the deepest post season run in Kent State history.
"We got our hands full which you would expect in a Super Regional, whether you're at home or on the road," said Oregon head coach George Horton. "He's got a group of warriors that have had a great year and they are on the crescendo of being hot winning 20 games in a row and winning that regional. Like I said, no surprises there."
The Ducks swept through their Regional, beating Austin Peay twice and Cal State Fullerton once.
This week Oregon has been focusing on itself, versus worrying about its opponent.
"We don't play our opponent, we play the game of baseball," said Horton. "It's up to them to adjust to us. That isn't meant to be egotistical or that we are better than anyone else, but I think that's the way you play baseball."
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