The Florida baseball team will take on the TCU baseball team at 8 p.m. ET in the College World Series. ESPN will broadcast the game, which takes place on Saturday, June 24.
With a win, the Gators would advance to the final of the College World Series and the LSU Tigers. Florida lost to TCU on Friday 9-2.
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What TV channel can I watch Florida baseball versus TCU baseball on?
This game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.
How can I stream Florida baseball versus TCU baseball online?
Internet users will be able to stream this game online using WatchESPN. Mobile users can find the stream on their wireless-enabled devices by using the Watch ESPN App. Both the online and mobile versions of WatchESPN will require cable or satellite passwords to access.
How else can I follow Florida baseball versus TCU baseball?
If you’re on Twitter, you can follow along with the game in three ways. First, you can follow the official Florida account at @GatorsBB. You can follow the College World Series at @NCAACWS. And you can follow SEC Country’s beat writer Nick Suss live from Omaha at @nicksuss.
Florida baseball vs. TCU baseball preview
Via Ryan Young of SEC Country
This isn’t the position the Florida baseball team wanted to be in after opening the College World Series with two wins. Backs against the wall suddenly, season on the brink yet again.
But as far as Plan Bs go, the No. 3-seeded Gators have quite a safety net to call upon Saturday night as they take on No. 6 TCU for the third time in Omaha, Neb., in a winner-take-all rematch to determine who advances to the College World Series finals.
Ace right-hander Alex Faedo will return to the mound looking to continue his dominant postseason as the Gators (49-19) and TCU (50-17) clash again at 8 p.m. ET at TD Ameritrade Park following the Horned Frogs’ 9-2 win Friday night over Florida to stave off elimination.
“I think our backs have been against the wall the whole year to be honest with you,” Florida coach Kevin O’Sullivan said after the loss Friday night. “It’s been well documented. We’ve had 18 one-run wins. Nothing’s come easy to this team this year. We’ve just had to battle and scratch and claw and fight for everything we had. And if you told me we had one game to win and you got Faedo on the mound and (Tyler) Dyson, who has emerged, and (Michael) Byrne fresh, I’ll take my chances.”