UCLA Goes For Baseball Crown Against USC (Not That One)

The UCLA Bruins will play for their first NCAA baseball title in a three-game series with South Carolina beginning Monday night.

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All three games (if necessary) will be televised at 4:30 p.m. PDT on ESPN:
Monday: Game 1 – UCLA is the home team
Tuesday: Game 2 – South Carolina is the home team
Wednesday: Game 3 – UCLA is the home team

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Ryan Rosenblatt of Bruins Nation captures the rarity of this event:

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In their 90 years sponsoring baseball, no UCLA team has ever played for a national title, but as they have done so often this year, the 2010 UCLA Bruins has done something that no Bruin team has ever done.

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Prior to this season, the Bruins had only advanced to the College World Series twice, going 0-2 on both occasions and not really sniffing a national title. This time around, UCLA is 3-1 in Omaha and two wins away from immortality as the final College World Series champion at Rosenblatt Stadium.

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