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College World Series Schedule 2013: Dates, Matchups, Live Stream and TV Info

Published by on June 11, 2013

A tournament that started with 64 teams is narrowing down to eight as the 2013 NCAA baseball tournament shifts to Omaha, Neb., and officially transforms into the highly anticipated College World Series.

North Carolina and South Carolina are scheduled to play at noon ET on Tuesday to decide the winner of the Chapel Hill Super Regional and the final entrant into the College World Series.

There have been plenty of exciting games and surprises along the way, but the best collegiate baseball teams in the nation have made it through the gauntlet and will have an opportunity to be crowned champions. With a double-elimination format followed by a best-of-three final series, the best team will ultimately walk away with the title.

Some teams that most fans expected to go the distance won't be in Omaha, but there is no doubt that the programs that have made it are more than deserving. They're all on equal footing now, and they all have a legitimate chance to win it all.

Here is everything you need to know about the College World Series, including when and where to watch all of th...

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