I know I'm starting to sound like a broken record, but the Diamond Dogs beat Western Carolina by an 11-0 margin on Wednesday evening.
The Georgia hit parade continued against the Catamounts, complete with five home runs and a season-high 18 hits by the Bulldogs, who now carry a 13-2 ledger into their conference-opening series against Alabama this weekend.
I am starting to question the correctness of my own calculations, so, please, by all means, feel free to double check my figuring, but, unless I've slipped up somewhere along the way, I believe the Red and Black have generated 88 hits and 65 runs in their last six games.
Surely that can't be right, can it? If every hit was a key, the Bulldogs would have built a piano in their last half-dozen outings? If every run was a year, Georgia would have become eligible for Medicare during the span of six games? Is that true? Egad!
It's too early to start getting overly confident, but an invitation to Omaha is looking like a better bet every day.
And now, for the benefit of Orson Swindle, I present . . . your moment of Fenn: