FanDuel Odds Are Set For College World Series And The Omaha 8

The festivities are ready to kick off in Omaha this Saturday, where the eight remaining teams will battle it out at the College World Series.

NC State and Stanford are set to kick off Saturday’s schedules of games at 2 p.m. Following their matchup is Arizona vs. Vanderbilt at 7 p.m. Virginia and Tennessee will meet at 2 p.m. on Sunday, followed by Mississippi State and Texas at 7 p.m.

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Here are the remaining eight teams on their way to Nebraska with odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook:

Tennessee (+420)

The Vols are fueled by the spirit of Peyton Manning and ready to make a run in their fifth appearance at the CWS. The Vols sealed their spot for Saturday’s action after defeating the LSU Tigers 15-6 last Sunday.

As of this posting, other books have Tennessee at +230, so if you like the Vols to win it all, you’re going to want to bet on FanDuel.

Stanford (+1000)

One of the most overlooked teams during the regional and Super Regional rounds, Stanford looks to make an example out of NC State after handily defeating Texas Tech.

Stanford’s quality pitching and high-powered offense may prove to be too much work for the Wolfpack to handle.

Arizona (+750)

The Wildcats made a late push for dark horse potential after winning their best-of-three against Ole Miss in crushing fashion.

Making their 18th appearance in the College World Series, Arizona’s pitching spearheaded by Coach Nate Yeskie could be a promising sign for potential upset.

Texas (+380)

The No. 2 Longhorns are off to Omaha after dominating South Florida 12-4 on Sunday in the Super Regional matchup.

Texas are making their 37th appearance at the College World Series and will face off against Mississippi State on the heels of a hot streak.

NC State (+1200)

The Wolfpack are back in Omaha for the first time since 2013 and would produce an all-time underdog story should they defeat the Cardinals in their upcoming matchup.

After defeating No. 1 Arkansas and erasing the memory of a disastrous 21-2 loss in Game One in the Super Regional, the C in NC may stand for “Cinderella,” should they defeat the top contending Stanford crew.

Virginia (+1200)

Back in the College World Series since they won it all in 2015, Virginia will also be making their fifth appearance in school history, similar to upcoming opponent, Tennessee.

Winning 12 of their final 18 conference games, Virginia is praying that the momentum of their streak helps lift them over the red-hot Vols.

Vanderbilt (+240)

Vandy’s dual-threat bullpen makes this team the top dog among the rest.

The reigning champs from 2019, who also won the CWS in 2014, have displayed the SEC’s best fielding, pitching and hitting, thanks to All-American Austin Martin.

Mississippi State (+750)

Mississippi State will be making their third appearance in the College World Series to face off against top contender Texas Longhorns.

Let’s just hope that crowds in Omaha are as impressive as the 40,140 fans present during their Super Regional series against Notre Dame.

Written by Alejandro Avila

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