College World Series 2011: Updated Bracket

We're one full round into the 2011 College World Series, and of course, both teams from Texas - the Longhorns and Aggies - are facing elimination. Both Texas A&M and Texas find themselves in the losers bracket in the College World Series after A&M lost to South Carolina on Sunday and the Longhorns lost to the Gators on Saturday.

A complete, nice and tidy graphic of the bracket can be found on the NCAA's website here.

Bracket one looks like this:

Game 5: North Carolina (0-1) vs. Texas (0-1) 
Game 6: Florida (1-0) vs. Vanderbilt (1-0)

Game 9: Winner of North Carolina/Texas vs. loser of Florida/Vanderbilt
Game 11: Winner of Florida/Vanderbilt (Game 6) vs. winner of Game 9
Game 13, if necessary - only if the Game 9 winner defeats the winner of Game 6 in Game 11. 

The winner of either Game 11 or Game 13 heads to the championship series.

Bracket two:

Game 7: California (0-1) vs. Texas A&M (0-1)
Game 8: South Carolina (1-0) vs. Virginia (1-0)

Game 10: Winner of California/Texas A&M vs. loser of South Carolina/Virginia
Game 12: Winner of South Carolina/Virginia vs. winner of Game 10
Game 14, if necessary - only if the Game 10 winner defeats the winner of Game 8 in Game 12.

The winner of either Game 12 or 14 heads to the championship series.

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