College World Series Final Gamethread: Virginia at Vanderbilt, Game 2

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The NCAA title is on the line when Vanderbilt and Virginia face off in game two of the College World Series on Tuesday night. The Commodores can claim their first-ever championship with a win, but the Cavaliers are looking to stay alive with a victory of their own.

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52-15 (3-1 CWS)
8 (BA)
4 (USA Today)
1 (RPI)

June 24, 2014
19:00 CT
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ESPN

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50-20 (4-1 CWS)
20 (BA)
14 (USA Today)
8 (RPI)


The 2014 College World Series Finals started off with a bang on Monday, delivering an all-time classic when Vanderbilt held off a furious Virginia rally to win game one 9-8. Now, the Commodores will have the chance to bring home a national championship with a victory tonight. Virginia, however, will be playing with urgency and trying to cope with the fact that one inning effectively doomed them in game one.

A win tonight validates everything Vanderbilt head coach Tim Corbin has done since coming to Nashville in 2003. A loss means these two teams will do it again in a winner-takes-all rubber match on Wednesday. Follow along with every ulcer-inducing moment in the comments below.

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