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Texas A&M Baseball vs Tennessee, live scores, updates, highlights from CWS Game 1

The Texas A&M baseball team is just two – maybe three – games away from setting a historic record for the program.

With two wins over No. 1-seeded Tennessee national baseball team in the College World Series championship series, the No. 3-seeded Aggies have won the program's first CWS title. But that's easier said than done, as Aggies coach Jim Schlossnagle probably knows.

Texas A&M has an overall record of 1-4 against Tennessee under the Aggies coach, whose Vols colleague Tony Vitello actually served as his recruiting coordinator at TCU from 2011 to 2013. Schlossnagle's only win over Tennessee came in the 2023 SEC Baseball Tournament, and the Vols defeated the Aggies 7-4 in the 2024 edition of the tournament.

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Additionally, Texas A&M is dealing with several injuries heading into the sport's biggest stage, including likely top-10 draft pick Braden Montgomery. Jace LaViolette injured his thigh Monday in a game against No. 2 seed Kentucky, but returned to play in Wednesday's CWS semifinal against Florida.

If the Aggies can win the series against Tennessee, no one will be able to say it was undeserved, so follow live scores, updates and highlights from Game 1 of the College World Series championship series:

Result for Texas A&M Baseball against Tennessee

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Texas A&M

Live updates and highlights for the Texas A&M vs Tennessee baseball game

This section will be updated shortly before the first pitch, scheduled for 6:00 p.m. CT.

Before the game

16:07: Texas A&M fans packed the Aggies' hotel before heading to the stadium. Here's a glimpse:

14:40: An interesting statistic for Texas A&M: The Aggies have not won a national championship in football, baseball or basketball since 1939.

14:16: Another hype video, but Tennessee edition:

2:14 p.m.: Texas A&M released a hype video before the first game of the national championship series:

What channel is the Texas A&M vs. Tennessee baseball game on today?

Game 1 of the CWS Championship Series will be broadcast on ESPN. Karl Ravech (live commentary), Kyle Peterson (color commentary), Chris Burke (color commentary) and Kris Budden (sideline reporter) will provide commentary.

Streaming options for the game include the ESPN app (with cable login), ESPN+ and Fubo, the latter of which carries the ESPN family of networks and offers a free trial.

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Start time for baseball game Texas A&M vs. Tennessee

  • Date: Saturday, 22 June
  • Time: 6pm CT

Game 1 of the College World Series between Texas A&M and Tennessee is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. CT at Charles Schwab Field Omaha.

Betting odds for Texas A&M Baseball vs Tennessee

Odds courtesy of BetMGM as of Saturday, 12:00 CT

  • Spread: Tennessee (-1.5)
  • About under: 11.5 runs
  • Money line: Texas A&M (+140)

Texas A&M Baseball Schedule 2024

Below is Texas A&M's postseason schedule. Click here to view the Aggies' full 2024 college baseball schedule.

Bryan–College Station Regional

  • Friday, May 31: (3) Texas A&M 8, 0
  • Saturday, June 1: (3) Texas A&M 4, Texas 1 (11 innings)
  • Sunday, June 2: (3) Texas A&M 9, Louisiana4

Bryan–College Station Super Regional

  • Saturday, June 8: (3) Texas A&M 10, Oregon 6
  • Sunday, June 9: (3) Texas A&M 15, Oregon 9

College World Championship

  • Saturday, June 15: (3) Texas A&M 3, Florida2
  • Monday, June 17: (3) Texas A&M 5, (2) Kentucky 1
  • Wednesday, June 19: (3) Texas A&M 6, Florida 0

CWS Championship Series

  • Saturday, June 22: (3) Texas A&M vs. (1) Tennessee
  • Sunday, June 23: (1) Tennessee vs. (3) Texas A&M
  • Monday, 24 June*: (3) Texas A&M vs. (1) Tennessee

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