Lubbock is buzzing with baseball fever with the sold-out NCAA Lubbock Regional at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park happening this weekend. Nationally, 15 other college baseball hotbeds are enjoying similar fervor with NCAA Regionals of their own.

This Thursday, June 1st at 5 p.m., you can join Rob Breaux and Karson Robinson for an hour-long special look at the Regional round of the NCAA Baseball tournament. We'll take a deep look at the Lubbock Regional and the rest of the field.

Here's a look at the entire field. The seven Big 12 teams are highlighted by italics, with the host team listed first.

Lubbock Regional - Texas Tech, Delaware, Arizona and Sam Houston State
Winston-Salem Regional - Wake Forest, UMBC, West Virginia and Maryland
Fort Worth Regional - TCU, Central Connecticut State, Virginia and Dallas Baptist
Long Beach Regional - Long Beach State, San Diego State, Texas and UCLA
Houston Regional - Houston, Iowa, Baylor and Texas A&M
Louisville Regional - Louisville, Radford, Oklahoma and Xavier
Fayetteville Regional - Arkansas, Oral Roberts, Missouri State and Oklahoma State
Corvallis Regional - Oregon State, Holy Cross, Nebraska and Yale
Clemson Regional - Clemson, UNC Greensboro, Vanderbilt and St. John’s
Stanford Regional - Stanford, Sacramento State, CSU Fullerton, BYU
Tallahassee Regional - Florida State, Tennessee Tech, UCF and Auburn
Hattiesburg Regional - Southern Miss, Illinois-Chicago, Miss State and South Alabama
Baton Rouge Regional - LSU, Texas Southern, SE Louisiana and Rice
Chapel Hill Regional - North Carolina, Davidson, Florida Gulf Coast and Michigan
Lexington Regional - Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and North Carolina State
Gainesville Regional - Florida, Marist, South Florida and Bethune-Cookman

During the 1340 The Fan NCAA Regional preview show you can expect a look at the stats, records and potential winners of the various NCAA Regionals, as well as potential matchups down the road if the Red Raiders survive this round.

You can also listen to Breaux and Robinson every Saturday at 10 a.m. on The Rob Breaux Show that airs on Sportsradio 1340 the Fan.