Regional baseball sites announced | How far are they from Knoxville?

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The NCAA announced this year's regional sites for the NCAA Baseball Tournament.

They are:

Athens Regional (Georgia)
Atlanta Regional (Georgia Tech)
Baton Rouge Regional (LSU)
Chapel Hill Regional (North Carolina)
Corvallis Regional (Oregon State)
Fayetteville Regional (Arkansas)
Greenville Regional (East Carolina)
Los Angeles Regional (UCLA)
Louisville Regional (Louisville)
Lubbock Regional (Texas Tech)
Morgantown Regional (West Virginia)
Oxford Regional (Ole Miss)
Stanford Regional (Stanford)
Nashville Regional (Vanderbilt)
Starkville Regional (Mississippi State)
Stillwater Regional (Oklahoma State)

Tennessee is primed to make its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2005, but we will find out for sure on Monday. The selection show begins at noon.

We can start to speculate on what sites would be best, or most realistic, for Tennessee.

So how far of a drive is each site from Knoxville?
(According to Google Maps; sorted by distance)

Nashville, Tennessee -- 2 hours, 39 minutes
Atlanta, Georgia -- 3 hours, 7 minutes
Louisville, Kentucky -- 3 hours, 59 minutes
Athens, Georgia -- 4 hours, 5 minutes
Chapel Hill, North Carolina -- 5 hours, 8 minutes
Starkville, Mississippi -- 6 hours, 1 minute
Oxford, Mississippi -- 6 hours, 20 minutes
Morgantown, West Virginia -- 6 hours, 36 minutes
Greenville, North Carolina -- 6 hours, 48 minutes
Baton Rouge, Louisiana -- 9 hours, 26 minutes
Fayetteville, Arkansas -- 10 hours, 24 minutes
Stillwater, Oklahoma -- 12 hours, 48 minutes
Lubbock, Texas -- 17 hours, 10 minutes
Los Angeles, Callifornia -- 32 hours
Stanford, California -- 37 hours
Corvallis, Oregon -- 39 hours