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.
With a win, the Gators would advance to the final of the College World Series and await the winner of LSU-Oregon State, who play on Saturday.
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Florida baseball vs. TCU baseball live updates, score
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What TV channel can I watch LSU baseball versus Oregon State 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 LSU baseball versus Oregon State 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
So far, the Florida baseball team has followed the exact script for success it needed to in this College World Series.
The Gators have gotten two dominant performances from their dual No. 1-caliber starting pitchers, limiting exposure to the bullpen and positioning the team now just one win away from reaching the championship series in Omaha, Neb.
Following the lead of ace Alex Faedo two days earlier, sophomore Brady Singer was terrific on the mound Tuesday night for No. 3 seed Florida while allowing just 1 run over 7 innings in a 5-1 victory over No. 7 Louisville.
Now, it’s sophomore right-hander Jackson Kowar’s turn as Florida (49-18) gets a rematch with No. 6 TCU (49-17) on Friday night at TD Ameritrade Park.
The Horned Frogs, who prevailed 4-3 over Louisville in an elimination game Thursday night, have to beat the Gators twice to advance. Florida, which won the teams’ CWS opener 3-0 on Sunday, needs just one win.
Kowar comes into this start with a 12-0 record, 4.00 ERA and 73 strikeouts with 42 walks in 101 1/3 innings. He’s looked very hittable his last few times out, giving up at least 8 hits in each of his last four starts. He was knocked around by Wake Forest in the NCAA Super Regionals, allowing 5 runs on 10 hits and 3 walks and will need to be sharper on Friday night.