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Can the ’Noles hold off elimination against the Red Raiders?

NCAA Baseball: College World Series-Florida State vs Michigan Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

The Seminoles will attempt to extend their season tonight against the Red Raiders. The offense was completely absent in Monday night’s loss to Michigan and really has been for the past four games. Since the start of the LSU series Florida State batters are a combined 24 for 139 (.173) and have plated only one run in the last 26 innings dating back to game two of the Baton Rouge regional. In the ’Noles defense they have faced two outstanding starting pitchers and should consider themselves fortunate to be 1-1 after only scoring one run through the first to games of the College World Series. The FSU battery will hopefully get back on track tonight against a pitcher that they have historically fared well against.

FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES | ACC At-Large | RPI: 32

FSU Overall: 42-22 // ACC: 17-13 // Home: 28-9 // Away: 11-10 // Neutral: 3-3 // Last 10: 7-3 CWS: 23rd Appearance (57-62-63-65-70-75-80-86-87-89-91-92-94-95-96-98-99-00-08-10-12-17-19)

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#8 SEED TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS | Big 12 At-Large | RPI: 8

TT Overall: 45-19 // B12: 16-8 // Home: 30-7 // Away: 10-7 // Neutral: 5-5 // Last 10: 7-3 CWS: 4th Appearance (14-16-18-19)

Lineups

Florida State

Texas Tech

Pitching Probables

Florida State

RHP Conor Grady - 9-5, 3.65 ERA, 59.1 IP, 67 K, 24 BB

Texas Tech

RHP Bryce Bonnin - 6-1, 4.42 ERA, 59 IP, 58 K, 41 BB

Tonight’s game will air on ESPN. A radio broadcast of FSU games can be found on 106.1 FM in Tallahassee, as well as online at FSU Gameday App. Link to Live stats