NCAA Baseball Betting Preview Updated Odds To Win 2017 College World Series

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The College Baseball World Series is set to start on Saturday June 17 and will run up until the final game which is scheduled for June 27th or 28th if the final day is necessary. It is a double elimination tournament featuring eight teams playing at Omaha Nebraska televised by ESPN and ESPN2 TV.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Oregon St Beavers and LSU Tigers tied as favorites returning +300 odds. Second favorites are the Louisville Cardinals bringing back +400 odds. Next in the wagering are Florida and Florida St which returns +600 odds. TCU Horned Frogs return ++800 odds. Longshots in the wagering are the Cal State Fullerton Titans +1000 odds and Texas A&M Aggies +1200 odds.

Oregon St Beavers—Oregon St coach Pat Casey has 23 years at Oregon St. He was their head coach when the Beavers won the College World Series in 2006 and in 2007. He has put together an outstanding pitching staff that has a Team ERA of 1.80.

LSU Tigers—The team is ranked fourth in the nation. Their head coach is Paul Mainieri who has 11 years at the school. He won a College World Series with LSU in 2009. They enter Omaha winners of 16 straight games.

Louisville Cardinals—Coach Dan McDonnell has 11 seasons at Louisville. They Cardinals have not performed well in the College World Series getting swept in two games in two appearances and going 1-2 in their other appearance.

Florida Gators—Ranked third in the nation. Coach Kevin O’Sullivan has ten years at the helm. They were the number one ranked team in 2016 until lack of offensive production were costly in their two losses.

Florida St Seminoles—Coach Mike Martin has 38 years with the program. He has led the Seminoles to 16 appearances into the College World Series but have yet to win the title. Sadly, for a program that has had great success on the field.

TCU Horned Frogs—Jim Schlossnagle has 16 years as TCU’s head baseball coach. This is their fourth straight trip to Omaha and are looking for their first title.

Cal State Fullerton Titans—Coach Rick Vanderhook has six years at the program. They have won four College World Series title with the latest being in 2004. After losing the first game to Long Beach St in the Super Regionals the Titans stormed back with two straight wins to advance to Omaha.

Texas A&M Aggies—Coach Rob Childress has 12 years at the program. They have not had a good history in the College World Series with a mark of 2-10. Their last appearance in Omaha was in 2011.

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