College World Series odds: Omaha day 6

Last night, it took 12 innings to decide whether Arkansas or Virginia would be sent home. The Cavaliers had a 3-1 lead after eight, but a two-out, two-run home run evened the score. After the Razorbacks put a run on the board in the top of the 12th, Virginia’s Steven Proscia led off with a double and then stole third, but Dallas Keuchel struck out the side to seal the victory.

On paper, anyway, Virginia was the much stronger team, so LSU should be happy to face Arkansas instead. The Razorbacks would have to beat the Tigers twice to advance to the championship.

In the other bracket, Arizona State and North Carolina play tonight in another elimination game. The winner will be in the same position as Arkansas, needing to beat Texas twice to advance.

Full odds after the jump.

Team             FinalTwo  Champ  

Texas               67.8%  33.8%  
Arizona State       20.4%  13.1%  
North Carolina      11.8%   6.4%  

Arkansas            12.0%   3.3%  
Louisiana State     88.0%  43.5%
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