College Baseball World Series 2011: Florida Bounces Back from Disasterous Inning
Florida Pulls to within 3-1 at the 2011 College Baseball World Series
Florida plowed their way to the 2011 College World Series with a prolific offensive attack. It has been easy to forget that watching them through the first game and a half of the College Baseball World Series.
They managed just one in an 11-inning defeat in the opener, and they had managed just one hit through the first three innings of game two. That is why when South Carolina opened up a 3-0 lead in the third inning, this game felt as good as over.
READ MORE: College World Series Live Blog: Game 2
Mike Zunino proved that there is still at least some life left in the Gators bats. Zunino took a fastball out of TD Ameritrade Stadium. Unfortunately for Florida the bases were empty, but they'll take the runs as they get them .
Florida went quickly the rest of the inning with no more runs or hits. Proving they are still battling long odds to extend this series to a third and final game.
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