Day 2: NCAA DI Baseball College World Series Live Streaming

OMAHA, Neb. (Sporting Alert) — Two more games are on the schedule on day two of the NCAA DI Baseball College World Series on Sunday at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb.

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Live Video Streaming: WatchESPN
Live Audio Streaming: Texas Tech TV
NCAA Tournament Bracket: Tournament Central

Texas Tech, TCU, Virginia and Mississippi are the next four teams in action on the day, with both game streaming live on WatchESPN.com and broadcasting live on ESPN2 TV channel.

At 3pm (ET), Texas Tech (45-19), in their first game ever at the College World Series will do battle with TCU (47-16) will do battle, before Mississippi (46-19) and Virginia (49-14) face-off at 8pm.

The College World Series is a double-elimination tournament that is made up of two four-team brackets, with the winners from each bracket meeting in the best-of-three championship series from June 23-25.

3:00 PM ESPN2 NCAA Baseball College World Series – Game No. 3 – Texas Tech vs. TCU – Live Audio Streaming: Texas Tech TV, Live Video Streaming: WatchESPNESPN3.com

8:00 PM ESPN2 NCAA Baseball College World Series – Game No. 4 – Mississippi vs. Virginia – Live Video Streaming: WatchESPNESPN3.com

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