Watch the full segment with Maryland head coach John Szefc in the video player above, which will begin momentarily.
So you're set to face your former conference rival in an upcoming Super Regional, but you've got to get home first. Delays make things difficult and now you have to fly back from the West Coast on the same plane.
Yes, with the team you're about to face sitting on the opposite side of the aisle from you.
That's what Maryland and Virginia needed to do on Tuesday to get back east before facing off on Friday at 4 p.m. in Charlottesville.
After a bunch of delays, charter flight back to DC is ready: Maryland on right, UVa on left. pic.twitter.com/dsRaSEOPDv
— Virginia Baseball (@UVABaseball) June 3, 2015
Maryland head coach John Szefc, hours before the flight took off, joked about it when asked by CSN's Chick Hernandez about the unusual arrangement.
"I think it'll be a great trip home. Our coaching staffs are friendly. I've been friends with Brian [O'Connor] and Karl [Kuhn] and Kevin [McMullan] for a long time. You know, obviously, are we playing against each other? Yeah, but we're also really happy to still be playing.
"There's no ill will between the two programs and I think there's mutual respect and I look forward to it. I really don't think there will be any issues at all."