CWS: No fear

By Mark Etheridge - June 18, 2006


If there is a more intense player than Robert Woodard, I'm not sure I want to meet him. When Woodard is pitching, no one talks to him. Not pitching coach Scott Forbes or even head coach Mike Fox.

Woodard showed that intensity tonight as he mowed down Tiger after Tiger. He doesn't throw that hard, but gets late sink and has impeccable control. And he competes his tail off.

That sets up North Carolina to face the winner of the Clemson/Fullerton Tuesday game. The Tar Heels have a rested Daniel Bard waiting while Fullerton would be bringing back Wes Roemer. Clemson would have either Jason Berken or Josh Cribb - whoever doesn't start the Tuesday game. Either way, North Carolina is in great shape in this bracket.

Posted by Mark Etheridge at 10:34 PM on June 18, 2006
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