Here’s what a college baseball dog pile REALLY looks like

Editor’s note: Monday marked five years of Breslanta, a blog I originally started just to cover one weekend of college baseball in Tallahassee. Thank you to the more than 150,000 readers of this site – it has been a pleasure writing more than 800 pieces in that span of time.

The Kent State Golden Flashes are headed to the NCAA Baseball Tournament, but not before they created one heck of a dog pile.

Alex Miklos had the foresight to realize his team was about to win the MAC Championship and grabbed his phone to capture a video when he ran out to join the madness in the middle of the field. Then, he shot the video embedded below.

(Also read: Former Braves brawl in Tampa Bay)

Easily the best part is senior outfielder and pitcher T.J. Sutton flying in from the outfield to jump on top at the end. You have to figure he’s waited a while for that dog pile and wanted to get his money’s worth.

With the conference title in hand, Kent State now advances to the Regional round of the NCAA Tournament, where they will have to best Kansas, Kentucky and host Louisville to advance to the Super Regionals. If they win their region, Kent State would likely face Florida State in Tallahassee in the next round, but they have to win their Regional round as well.

Take it away, Mr. Miklos:

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