College World Series : The first game of the College World Series will feature Texas Tech against the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday starting at 1 p.m. Game two will have Arkansas facing Florida State beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Both games on Saturday will be shown on ESPN.
On Sunday, Vanderbilt will face Louisville at 1 p.m. on ESPN. At 6:30 p.m., Mississippi State will take on Auburn on ESPN2.
The college baseball season always feels like it will last forever, but the 2019 edition is heading toward a dramatic climax at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb
Eight teams remain vying for the College World Series trophy: Arkansas, Auburn, Florida State, Louisville, Michigan, Mississippi State, Texas Tech, and Vanderbilt. The Razorbacks and Commodores are far and away the betting favorites, but anything can happen in Omaha.
There are many possible title matchups among those remaining — from SEC rivalries and a redemption tour to an iconic coach looking to end his career on a high note — but these are the ones I would most like to see because they have the greatest potential for excitement:
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Do you smell that? It’s the unmistakable scent of an Omaha steakhouse grill, a cloud that will spend the next two weeks wafting over the nation as it rises along the banks of the Missouri River.
It’s the annual June smoke signal that informs us that after four months and thousands of innings of college baseball, the College World Series has finally arrived. As always, the field is packed with expected favorites and classic powerhouses, plus a couple of unforeseen party crashers. So what do you need to know about this year’s edition of the Omaha Eight, what did they do to earn the invite, and what might they do once they arrive at TD Ameritrade Park?
When they had their seven-year-old son Finn, he became apart of the tradition too. “He looks forward to this every year, his first game was six months old.”
The Kellers are just one example of baseball bringing a family together.