Who will start?

OMAHA, Neb. – Clemson coach Jack Leggett has yet to reach a verdict on who's going to be the starting pitcher for the Tigers on Friday night.

Then again, he doesn't even know if Clemson will be playing South Carolina or Oklahoma.

A decision of who starts on the mound remains, at least until the conclusion of the Gamecocks and Sooners' game.

"I'm still working on (naming a starting pitcher). We're just going to see how this game goes (Thursday). We'll see how these guys feel today," he said. "We'll take inventory and see who's fresh."

Just about every arm on staff is fresh. Through 18 innings of work, Casey Harman, Scott Weismann, Alex Frederick, Will Lamb and Dominic Leone have combined to allow seven runs over 16 hits with 17 strikeouts to nine walks.

Despite Sunday's game moving to Monday and Tuesday's game split over two days, Leggett's survived with those five and rarely had to look much further into the bullpen.

"It hurt us, but we got through that," Leggett said of the delays and suspended game. "Now that we've got this one day off, that works out fine."

But it's not like he wouldn't mind playing again Thursday.

"I think the more you play out here, the better off you are," Leggett said. "We've been out here before when you sit here and you're waiting and waiting. All you're doing is practicing and eating, for like three days.

"It's just no fun. That's not the way you want to do it. You want to get out here and play, get on that field as much as possible."

The rest is welcomed, though.

"I think it's nice we've got a day off, but we'll be ready to play."

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