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2012 NCAA Baseball Regional Projections: Baylor Hosts, Texas And TCU Play In Houston

The road to Omaha could be filled with local teams, as the state of Texas is once again full of NCAA baseball powers in 2012.

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With only two weekends left to go in the 2012 regular season, all three local teams seem to be in pretty good shape, at least according to the latest NCAA Tournament projections from ESPN.

Jeremy Mills gives Baylor the No. 3 national seed, which would let them host a Waco regional with Baylor, Sam Houston State, Dallas Baptist and Oral Roberts.

Texas and TCU, meanwhile, could find themselves facing each other in a Houston regional hosted by Rice.

The Bears have been at the top of standings all season, as they are only six games away from wrapping up a perfect 24-0 regular season mark in Big 12 play.

However, they have yet to face Texas, and they meet the Longhorns for a three-game home-and-away series next weekend.

TCU, currently atop the Mountain West conference, faces third-place San Diego State next weekend in a three-game home series.

For more coverage of the road to Omaha, stay tuned to SB Nation Dallas as well as Burnt Orange Nation, Our Daily Bears and Frogs O'War.

Photographs by jamesbrandon, jdtornow, phlezk, flygraphix, mcdlttx, tomasland, and literalbarrage used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.