Texas and Texas A&M get ready to do battle in the College World Series

Texas and Texas A&M get ready to do battle in the College World Series

Would it be a College World Series without drama in an elimination game? It’s a tradition that goes beyond generations on generations. This year is no different; on Sunday, we’ll see the battle of the Lonestar State as Texas and Texas A&M go to war, with the loser heading back to Texas with a season-ending loss.

Photo Credits: Texas Baseball

In the world of sports, there’s nothing worst than losing to your rival, especially when it comes to a season-ending loss in the College World Series. For the Aggies and Longhorn faithful, their worst nightmare of losing to each to end the season.

From the outside looking in, when you hear the names of Texas and Texas A&M, you automatically associate the two with hatred and epic battles.

Sunday will be no different here in Omaha at the College World Series. College Baseball fans will surely be in for a treat when these two teams go to war on Sunday.

As far as the matchup goes, Texas A&M, on paper, looks to hold the advantage over the Longhorns. However, this is the College World Series in which anything can happen. Yet, there seems to be something about this Texas A&M Baseball team that is attractive. Leading people to pick the Aggies to defeat the Longhorns on Sunday and advance in the 2022 College World Series.

Photo Credits: Texas A&M Baseball

Yet, it’s still Texas, and the Longhorns have had a longstanding tradition of winning success at the College World Series.

Sunday’s matchup between the Aggies and Longhorns will likely be one of the most magical matchups in College World Series history. The Aggies and Texas last met back in March, when the Aggies defeated the Longhorns in Austin by a score of 12-9. Counting that win back in March, the Aggies have won three straight matchups over the Longhorns.

Overall, College Baseball from around the country will be in for a treat when these two teams face each other on Sunday afternoon at the College World Series.

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