Game 3 against NC State has big implications for Georgia's program after this season

The NCAA Super Regional between No. 7 Georgia and No. 10 NC State will decide who advances to the CWS, but carries even more weight for both programs.

Every now and then the stars align, the ball bounces your way, and television executives decide to give you a chance. That's exactly what's in store for Georgia baseball when it faces NC State in the decisive third game at Foley Field on Monday night at 7:06 p.m.

Aside from Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final between Edmonton and Florida, there are only a few MLB games competing for viewers' attention on Monday night. Even the Braves took Monday off.

This is a great opportunity for head coach Wes Johnson and his team to put on a special performance in front of a large crowd. More than 8,000 fans will be in the stands to watch the game live, but many more will be watching from home. Of course, the winner will advance to the College World Series, but the once-in-a-lifetime spotlight on Monday night can have implications for Georgia for years to come.

Baseball fans, coaches and young players from all over the world will be watching the battle of the top ten programs. The spotlight will not only be on Georgia's players and coaches, but also on the facilities, fans and atmosphere. That's why a good performance could be so important. Opportunities like this don't come around often. When they come, you have to take advantage of them.

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