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2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament: Nebraska Takes On Cal State Fullerton... Again

The Huskers and Titans meet up again at high noon on Sunday. The winner gets Oklahoma State tonight. The loser gets on a plane and heads home.

Brody Schmidt

Haven't we done this before? Oh yes, about 48 hours ago.

2014 NCAA Baseball Championship - Stilwater Regional
Nebraska Cornhuskers (1-1) vs. Cal State Fullerton Titans (1-1)

Allie P. Reynolds Stadium on the campus of Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Probable Starters: Aaron Bummer (7.4, 3.59 ERA) vs. Grahamm Wiest (4-4, 1.55 ERA).

Radio: Husker Radio Network

Television: ESPNU

Streaming: WatchESPN/ESPN3


- Nebraska now has 41 wins on the season, which matches the most wins since 2008, the last year before this season that they had made the NCAA Tournament Field. The last time Nebraska won 42 games was in 2006, when they fashioned a 42-17 record on the season.

- Fullerton played their longest 9 inning game of the season last night in their 13-7 loss to Oklahoma State. JD Davis stayed hot last night, going 2-5 with a double and 2 runs scored. Eight of the nine Fullerton starts got at least one hit.

- The winner plays Oklahoma State tonight at 7pm and will have to defeat the Cowboys twice to make it into the Super Regional. If there is a need for a Game 7 in the Regional, it will be Monday afternoon.

Winner plays again tonight. Loser has their season end and goes home.