2010 College World Series: UCLA Vs. TCU Followed By South Carolina Vs. Clemson

There are two games on the docket for Friday at the College World Series.

Game 1 begins at 4:30 p.m. EDT, featuring UCLA (50-14) against TCU (53-13). Game 2 is scheduled to start at 9:00 P.M. EDT, matching South Carolina (50-16) against home-state rival Clemson (45-23). The Gamecocks eliminated Oklahoma in Thursday's only game.

Our UCLA blog, Bruins Nation, shared some thoughts on this afternoon's game against TCU. The Mountain West Connection weight in as well, on behalf of TCU.

Stay tuned for full coverage. John Sickels will live-blog Game 2.

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