2012 NCAA Baseball Projections: Baylor To Host TCU In Waco Regional

The latest projections for the 2012 NCAA Baseball Regionals - the first step for teams headed to the 2012 College World Series - are out over at Perfect Game, and Baylor's Waco Regional looks to be filled with locals. Kendall Rogers projects that the Bears, the regular season Big 12 Champions, will host future Big 12 rival TCU as well as Texas teams Sam Houston State and Prairie View A&M:

Waco Regional:

1. Baylor

2. TCU

3. Sam Houston State

4. Prairie View A&M

In addition to the Waco regional, Dallas Baptist is projected to be a No. 3 seed in the College Station Regional The Patriots are currently 37-19 head into the postseason:

College Station Regional:

1. Texas A&M

2. Arkansas

3. Valpariso

4. Dallas Baptist

As for the Bears' Big 12 Tournament prospects, it's unlikely that the Bears would lose the host bid under any circumstances, even an 0-2 showing in Oklahoma City. Baylor's RPI is currently fourth in the nation behind only Florida, Florida State and UCLA.

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