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Topic - Dennis Poppe
For now, only an umpire's call on whether a home run really is a home run will be subject to video review at the College World Series.
The NCAA administrator in charge of baseball is pleased so far with the new TD Ameritrade Park through the first five days of the College World Series.
NCAA and stadium officials defended their response to a fast-moving storm that passed over the new TD Ameritrade Park on Monday night and put a brief scare into College World Series fans.
The possibility of flooding disrupting the College World Series is so remote that NCAA and local organizers haven't discussed what they would do if it happened.
"If I had a kid who was left-handed and threw 95 (mph), I'd like to know what his value would be," Dennis Poppe, managing director for baseball and football, said in a recent interview with The Associated Press.