College World Series 2012: Kent State Takes On South Carolina In Only Wednesday Game

It will be a somewhat quiet day for the College World Series on Wednesday, with only one game. It's a big one though, as the South Carolina Gamecocks (46-18) try to push themselves back up after being flattened by Arkansas and get back to the finals, where they've taken home the title two years in a row now.

Facing elimination, the Gamecocks will take on a surprisingly spry Kent State Golden Flashes (47-19) team who were able to overcome the best team in the nation, the Florida Gators, in their last elimination game after also being beaten by the Razorbacks.

Whoever wins the elimination match-up will get the right to take on Arkansas again on Thursday in the semifinal.

The game will be at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha at 8:00 p.m. ET. It is being broadcast nationally on ESPN.

You can find the full bracket for the College World Series here at NCAA.com.

For more 2012 NCAA Baseball Tournament coverage, be sure to stay right here with SB Nation Cleveland's StoryStream. For more coverage of Kent State and the Mid-American Conference, check out Hustle Belt.

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