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College World Series 2016: TV Schedule and Predictions from Omaha

Published by on June 15, 2016

In an NCAA tournament dominated by SEC and ACC powerhouses, underdogs instead comprise most of the 2016 College World Series field.

Seventeen schools from the two major conferences made up the 64-team bracket, but Florida is the lone SEC squad standing while Miami represents the final ACC competitor. Those two and Texas Tech were the only hosting clubs to survive the Super Regionals.

Five of the eight teams remaining have never won a national title. Two (UC Santa Barbara and Coastal Carolina) are advancing to Omaha's final stage for the first time in their program's history. The tournament has delivered suspense in droves so far, and the fun is far from over.

The teams will split into two brackets, which will each produce one winner in double-elimination play similar to the regional's format. Those two will then battle in a best-of-three slate beginning June 27 to determine the champion.

Let's take a look at the College World Series...

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