There are only two weeks in the college baseball regular season, so it is coming down to crunch time for bubble teams. One of those bubble teams is Georgia Tech who currently has a record of 31-21 overall with a conference record of 11-16, but they have a solid RPI which is why Baseball America has them on the right side of the bubble:
Both Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech are 11-16 in conference play and have strong RPIs (No. 28 and No. 31, respectively), and getting to 13-17 in the ACC should get either team into the field. That should be easier for the Yellow Jackets (who host Miami) than for the Hokies (who travel to North Carolina).
On the other hand Georgia is safely in the field of 64 alongside eight other SEC schools. Georgia finishes out their season with a one game tilt on Tuesday against ETSU and then a three-game road series against Alabama.
Over at ESPN they break down the regionals with who is playing where and they have Georgia Tech playing in the Palo Alto region with host Stanford and then New Mexico State and Cornell. While Georgia is in the Raleigh region with North Carolina State, Marist and College of Charleston.