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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.

Photographs by jamesbrandon, jdtornow, phlezk, flygraphix, mcdlttx, tomasland, and literalbarrage used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.