It's pretty easy to see three wins for Hogs but it gets harder after that with toughest schedule in country for second straight season.
While Dave Van Horn and players may view Sunday's decisive matchup as "just another game," fans can't look at it that way.
Kevin Kopps' physical, mental maturity plus Charlie Welch's pinch-hitting has the Hogs two wins away from having shot at the goal all along.
The Hogs were out-played by Nebraska in a 5-3 loss Sunday night and Dave Van Horn knows they've got to start hitting or season ends Monday.
Van Horn wants to wrap up this regional as soon as possible, which is why Saturday's win was so big for the Hogs.
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Offensive line coach Brad Davis reportedly is heading to LSU and Sam Pittman may be going to a backup plan.
Hogs reliever Kevin Kopps was expected to improve this year, but nobody could have predicted winning top college player in nation award.
Now Dave Van Horn can focus on what has been the primary goal for Arkansas all season and that's the first national championship in history.
Lael Lockhart pitched like Kevin Kopps through seven, the offense put up good numbers and Arkansas opened the SEC Tournament with a win.