College World Series 2011: More Florida Fielding Woes Help USC Open Lead
The 2011 College World Series May Be All but Over with USC Leading 3-0
Florida's Karsten Whitson was cruising through the first two-innings. He was perfect actually. Then the Gamecocks short stop Peter Mooney led off with a double, and that is where things began to take a turn for the worse.
Mooney was sacrificed bunted to third. Whitson than walked the next batter, and that brought up the top of the order. Scott Wingo hit a deep fly to right. It was caught, but it was deep enough to score a run. And with that you could feel the air leave from the sails Florida and their fans.
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The Gamecocks then drilled a hard shot to short that took a wild hop and Florida shortstop Nolan Fontana was unable to come up with it. Another run for the Gamecocks.
They then followed it with a shot to second that was cleanly fielded, but not in enough time to get the runner at first.
It is now 3-0 Gamecocks, and they really only have one well hit ball all game. The way they have been pitching, 3-0 seems like more than enough runs to propel them to their second straight College World Series title.
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