The first game on Saturday will have TCU facing Florida State with Florida playing UCLA in the late game.
Sunday’s offshore betting action will have South Carolina playing Oklahoma and Clemson going against Arizona State.
Online bookmaker odds will favor Arizona State who is the highest remaining seed. The College World Series will have the losers of Saturday’s games playing each other in an elimination game on Monday. The winners of Saturday’s games play on Monday night with the winner getting a bye to the next round.
The Sunday losers will play on Tuesday afternoon in an elimination game with the Sunday winners playing that evening with the winner getting a bye to the next round. Keep in mind that the College World Series is a double elimination so teams stay alive until they lose their second game. Once it gets down to the remaining two teams, a best-of-three championship series begins.
Many top Major League Baseball prospects will be featured in the games this weekend. Tyler Lockwood, who was selected by the Boston Red Sox, got the save for TCU in their upset offshore betting win against Texas. TCU also has first baseman Matthew Curry who was taken by the Pittsburgh Pirates and catcher John Holaday who was taken by the Detroit Tigers.
Florida State has starting pitcher Geoffrey Parker who was taken by the Colorado Rockies. They also have Michael McGee who was taken by Arizona, outfielder Tyler Holt who was taken by Cleveland and shortstop Stephen Cardullo who the Diamondbacks selected. Vanderbilt has Andrew Hayes who was selected by Cincinnati. South Carolina has Robert Haney who was picked by the Giants and Sam Dyson, who went to the Rays. Top seed Arizona State has Andrew Maggi who was picked by the Pirates and Kole Calhoun who was selected by the Angels. They also feature Jordan Swagerty who was a second-round pick by the Cardinals and pitchers Kenneth Kelly and James Patterson, taken by the Rays.
Arkansas has Drew Smyly, a second-round pick of the Tigers, DH Zack Cox, taken 25th overall by the Cardinals, Brett Eibner, a second-round pick by the Royals and Andrew Wilkins, who went to the White Sox. UCLA features Rob Rasmussen, a second-round pick by the Marlins and Nicholas Gallego who was chosen by Arizona.