Final College World Series at Rosenblatt starts tonight

College World Series tickets will be especially hot the next few days as the final College World Series championship will be decided at Rosenblatt Stadium.
Next year, the national tournament moves to TD Ameritrade Park in downtown Omaha, but this year the Diamond on the Hill gets a big send-off with two teams seeking their first College World Series championship.
UCLA and South Carolina will battle in the best-of-three series that starts tonight at 6:30 p.m. CDT. Both teams won winner-take-all elimination games Saturday over TCU and Clemson, respectively, to earn their shot at the national title.
This is South Carolina's fourth trip to the championship and their first in the best-of-three format. Their last trip to the championship game ended in a loss to Texas in 2002, the last year the traditional double-elimination format was used. The Gamecocks also lost national titles in 1975 (Texas) and 1977 (Arizona State).
UCLA is looking for their first-ever baseball title, which is amazing when you realize the Bruins athletic program has won more NCAA championships (106) than any other college athletic program. UCLA is in the College World Series for the third time, but went two-and-'cue in their first two trips to Rosenblatt before reaching the finals this year.
The Bruins will go with ace Gerrit Cole in Monday's first matchup. South Carolina had yet to announce its starter as of late Sunday night, but Jay Brown or Tyler Webb could get the start for the first game of the best-of-three series.
The two teams will meet again on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., with Monday's loser needing to win to force a third and deciding game. If a third game is needed, it will be played Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Rosenblatt Stadium.
it's the last College World Series for the legendary Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, so don't miss out on getting tickets for the "Last Blast At The 'Blatt." Get your College World Series tickets now at Ticket Express — where no College World Series game is ever sold out.

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