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Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports The biggest game of the year against the best there is. Drama is the name of the game for these clashing squads as both No. 1 Tennessee and No. 4 North Carolina won via the walk-off in Friday’s opening round of the College World Series. The Tar Heels, once again, battled back in the latter third of the contest and send the Virginia Cavaliers to the losers bracket with a Vance Honeycutt single into LF. The nightcap between the Vols and the Seminoles was likely more entertaining for the neutral fan, as Tennessee rallied from a three run deficit in the bottom of the ninth to tie, and later in the same inning, walk-off the ACC runner-up. All of that sets the stage for Sunday evening, where the critical 1-0 game takes place between two of the sports best. History’s shown that taking the first winners bracket game and moving to 2-0 is vital to national championship hopes, so the Tar Heels will have their hands full tomorrow with a chance to make a large statement. The Volunteers will be by far the most talented team North Carolina has run into this postseason. Tennessee seems unflappable at the plate regardless of the arm on the mound. If the Tar Heels want to pull off the underdog victory, putting up zeroes and limiting damage is the key to success. Shea Sprague is the expected starter for the Tar Heels, while ace Drew Beam is the opposing arm for the SEC Champions. The lineup should look rather familiar for North Carolina, except Coach Scott Forbes did hint at finding a new DH for tomorrow’s contest—likely being Jackson Van De Brake or Johnny Castagnozzi replacing Alberto Osuna. Destiny has seemed to be on the Diamond Heels side ever since Gavin Gallaher’s walk-off home run in the opening game versus LIU. The late game rallies and antics, while they never get old, can’t necessarily be relied on once again to beat a team as talented as the Volunteers. That said, I have no doubt the Tar Heels will come to play and take the No. 1 overall seed to the distance. If you’re just latching onto Carolina Baseball, prepare for fireworks. Here’s how you can catch Sunday’s game: Time: 7:00 PM ET Location: Charles Schwab Field, Omaha, NE TV: ESPN2—Mike Monaco, Kyle Peterson, Chris Burke, Kris Burden Streaming: ESPN+ Radio: Tar Heel Sports Network

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