TCU opened the scoring with three runs in the second inning. The Horned Frogs strung together two singles and two walks to plate their first run.
TCU are in the same boat as they have to win to set up a rematch against Florida on Friday, but at least the Horned Frogs have history on their side.
Tonight will mark the 17th time that these two teams have played against one another and in the previous 16 fixtures, and TCU has the edge in the series.
While the two teams haven't played since the season, the Horned Frogs are against Louisville under the tutelage of head coach John Schlossnagle. The Cardinals were also a team that was streaking before falling to Florida, winning six straight games, including back-to-back outings where Louisville scored 22 runs in an win over Radford and an victory over Oklahoma earlier this month.
You know who to call. For one team, a win on Thursday sets up an eagerly awaited rematch against Florida, while the hopes of a College World Series for the losing side will be dashed.
All it takes is one big play to make the difference in what looks to be a high scoring affair between two teams looking to keep their seasons alive. Facebook Logo.