College World Series 2011 TV Schedule: North Carolina, Vanderbilt In Elimination Game Wednesday Night

North Carolina and Vanderbilt are the only show in town at the College World Series on Wednesday after four days with multiple games. The stakes are high for both the Commodores and Tar Heels as the winner keeps hope alive for a national championship and the loser heads home, falling just short. There is no early game on Wednesday, with North Carolina and Vanderbilt taking the field in prime-time at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha.

Coverage of Wednesday night's game begins at 7 p.m. EDT. ESPN2 will have the broadcast duties for the elimination game and ESPN3.com will handle the online stream.

The winner of the elimination game will advance to face the Florida Gators for the right to represent the top-half of the bracket in the final game of the College World Series. However, Florida must win just once to advance while either Vanderbilt or North Carolina must beat the Gators twice. Check out the full bracket here.

For the latest on the tournament, head College World Series hub. You can find recaps of the opening round matchups, as well as previews of each team in the tournament there. For more on this game, North Carolina fans should check out Carolina March and Vanderbilt fans should head over to Anchor of Gold.

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