Florida freshman righty Tyler Dyson admitted he didn't sleep much Monday night.
Florida and LSU will meet tonight at 8 (ESPN) with the Gators one win away.
As Florida players basked in shards of confetti, fans and parents walked through the infield at TD Ameritrade Park, snapping pictures and rolling video on their cellphones.
The father of LSU pitcher Jared Poche' helped revive an 87-year-old man who was slumped on the TD Ameritrade Park concourse with no pulse during Game 1 of the College World Series finals.
The matchup for the College World Series finals certainly bolsters the case for those who say the best baseball in the land is played in the Southeastern Conference.
Florida is one win away from the first baseball national title in school history, thanks to record-setting performance from sophomore righty Brady Singer.
Some things to know as Florida (50-19) and LSU (52-18) play for the national championship in the best-of-three College World Series finals.
Tim Tebow is moving up and heading south — to some very familiar territory.
Alex Faedo pitched three-hit ball for 7 1/3 shutout innings in a second straight strong performance against TCU, and Florida moved to the College World Series finals with a 3-0 win Saturday night.
Evan Skoug hit a bases-clearing double, four TCU pitchers combined on a five-hitter, and the Horned Frogs beat Florida 9-2 on Friday night to force a second Bracket 2 final at the College World Series.
Florida made it to tonight's College World Series winner's bracket final on the arms of starting pitchers Alex Faedo and Brady Singer.
Florida entered the College World Series last year with eight players taken in the first 10 rounds of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft and was an overwhelming favorite to win its first national title in baseball.
Dyson picked the right time to craft the longest and best outing of his young collegiate career.