2012 College World Series, UCLA Vs. Florida St.: Game Time, TV Schedule, Streaming And More

The 2012 College World Series motors on with an elimination game on Tuesday night between the UCLA Bruins and the Florida St. Seminoles. The winner of this game will play the Arizona Wildcats on Thursday. Arizona is 2-0 against those teams in Omaha.

UCLA opened up its time in the College World Series with a victory over the Stony Brook Seawolves, 9-1, but then couldn't do anything against Arizona on Sunday. Konner Wade shut down the Bruins for a 4-0 victory. On Tuesday, the Bruins turn to RHP Zack Weiss (3-2, 4.04 ERA). Watch for outfielders Jeff Gelalich and Cody Keefer to play a bit role if the Bruins win.

Florida St. lost to the Wildcats in their first game, 4-3 in 12 innings, and then knocked out Stony Brook in an elimination game on Sunday, 12-2. RHP Scott Sitz (3-3, 3.99 ERA) draws the start for this game. Senior captain CF James Ramsey and 1B Jayce Boyd power this offense with 117 combined RBI.

This game can be seen on ESPN at 6:00 p.m. MT and can be streamed at WatchESPN, too.

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