Ole Miss vs. Arkansas live score updates: College World Series 2022 bracket, schedule and results

Ole Miss vs.  Arkansas live score updates: College World Series 2022 bracket, schedule and results

June 20, 2022 at 7:23 PM EDT

Early struggles for Hogs

Arkansas pitcher Zack Morris, making his second start of the season, is struggling in the first inning.

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 7:03 PM EDT

Plenty of buzz for Rebels-Razorbacks

An electric-guitar rendition of the National Anthem sent a buzz through the crowd ahead of this Ole Miss-Arkansas game for control of their side of the College World Series bracket. Both of these teams were bounced quickly from the SEC tournament last month and have since rolled through the NCAA postseason.

The Rebels are 6-0, and the Razorbacks are 6-1 this month. The winner tonight will wait until Wednesday to play again and possess the inside track to the championship series. Arkansas won the final two of three games when these teams met April 29 to May 1 in Fayetteville.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 6:01 PM EDT

Intrigued by their new fan

The now-famous bird has intrigued Auburn coach Butch Thompson. He inquired about it in the post-game press conference, saying he had not seen it struggling during the game. It was clearly not a “war eagle,” but these guys from Auburn are a compassionate group.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 5:55 PM EDT

What a performance from Foster

Auburn starting pitcher Trace Bright on Cole Foster: “It was amazing for him to finish that game.”

Foster was fighting an illness again Monday and played through 95-degree conditions. His sixth-inning double scored three runs in the Tigers’ key rally. Foster left early in Auburn’s first game Saturday, and he was not available to the media after the 6-2 elimination-game win against Stanford on Monday.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 5:49 PM EDT

Bird update

The bird has been delivered to a local wildlife rehab. Once he was taken out of the sun his condition began to improve.

Max Olson

Max Olson·

Senior Writer, CFB

June 20, 2022 at 5:36 PM EDT

Auburn stays alive, eliminates Stanford

Auburn lives to see another day at the College World Series, defeating No. 2-seeded Stanford 6-2. The Tigers erased a two-run deficit to send the Cardinal home. The 0-2 showing is Stanford’s first in 18 trips to the CWS.

Auburn closer Blake Burkhalter struck out five in the final 2 1/3 innings to nail down the victory and earn his 16th save. The Tigers will play Tuesday night against the loser of the Monday night Arkansas-Ole Miss clash.

Daniel Shirley

Daniel Shirley·

Senior Editor, College Football

June 20, 2022 at 4:51 PM EDT

Big-time Burkhalter

Auburn closer Blake Burkhalter gets Stanford’s Brett Barrera swinging on a full count to end the Cardinal’s seventh-inning rally and strand three runners. Tigers still lead 6-2.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 4:36 PM EDT

Auburn adds to her lead

Auburn gets two more runs in the top of the seventh to lead 6-2 over Stanford. The Tigers have scored six unanswered runs without Sonny DiChiara, their leading hitter, getting a single hit (he’s 0-for-3 with two strikeouts).

Jordan Moore

Jordan Moore

June 20, 2022 at 4:13 PM EDT

Foster steps up for Tigers

Cole Foster left Saturday’s game vs. Ole Miss after four innings because of illness. His response on Monday was a go-ahead three-run double. He stood on second base as the Auburn faithful roared with his hands on his knees, trying to tough out an illness in 95-degree heat.

Jordan Moore

Jordan Moore

June 20, 2022 at 4:05 PM EDT

Tigers come through

Bases-clearing double by Auburn’s Cole Foster with two outs in the sixth.

Tigers lead Stanford 4-2.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 3:50 PM EDT

Tigers have something going?

Auburn has a rally going in the sixth inning after Stanford appeared comfortable in building a 2-0 lead. Through five, the Cardinal executed its pitching plan as devised. Drew Dowd allowed three hits in four innings, and fellow lefty Quinn Matthews Dowd to the mound followed. Matthews has started nine games this year with six quality starts, so he’s comfortable with an extended relief outing. To enter this CWS, he ranked second in the Pac-12 in ERA (2.62), strikeouts (110), wins (9) and saves (9).

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 3:05 PM EDT

Dowd strong early for Cardinal

Three scoreless innings from Stanford LHP Drew Dowd, who hasn’t pitched longer than this in a start since April 30 at Washington. Abnormal pitching efforts are required of any team that makes a run at the CWS after losing its opening game.

The Cardinal lead Auburn 2-0.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 2:03 PM EDT

Time for Day 4 in Omaha

Underway soon in Omaha. Stanford is sending sophomore lefty Drew Dowd (6-0, 4.79 ERA) against Auburn junior right-hander Trace Bright (4-4, 5.23 ERA). It is steamy and breezy on this Monday afternoon at the College World Series.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

June 20, 2022 at 1:55 PM EDT

Can the Tigers get their offense going?

Auburn will need to get its bats going against Stanford in the elimination game in Omaha this afternoon. The Tigers were held to four hits in Saturday’s 5-1 loss to Ole Miss and have a total of 12 hits in their past three games. They managed to win Game 3 at Oregon State in the Super Regional despite getting just three hits.

Mitchell Light

Mitchell Light·

Senior Editor, College Football

June 20, 2022 at 1:50 PM EDT

Cardinal look to bounce back

Stanford has not lost back-to-back games since the second weekend of the Pac-12 series when the Cardinal were swept in a three-game set at Arizona in late March. After losing 17-2 to Arkansas on Saturday, Stanford must avoid another two-game losing streak to keep its season alive.

Mitchell Light

Mitchell Light·

Senior Editor, College Football

June 19, 2022 at 11:19 PM EDT

Sooners cruise past Notre Dme

Oklahoma rolled past Notre Dame, winning 6-2. Redshirt freshman starter Cade Horton set the tone. Potential early-round draftee Peyton Graham went 4-for-4. On Tuesday, Notre Dame will face Texas A&M in an elimination game while Oklahoma will await the winner for its next game Wednesday.

Alec Lewis

Alec Lewis·

Staff Writer, Royals

June 19, 2022 at 9:27 PM EDT

Sooners have a star

Cade Horton has been the star of the night thus far for Oklahoma as it leads Notre Dame 5-0. In five innings pitched, he’s allowed three hits and zero runs with one walk and eight strikeouts. Horton, who is 16 months removed from Tommy John surgery, has utilized a fastball up to 98 mph and a breaking ball up to 88 mph. He is a native of Norman, Okla., who has also batted .239 this season in 142 at-bats, highlighting his athleticism.

Alec Lewis

Alec Lewis·

Staff Writer, Royals

June 19, 2022 at 9:07 PM EDT

That was… strange

Oklahoma made the first and third outs of the bottom of the fourth inning at third base.

By The Athletic Staff

By The Athletic Staff

June 19, 2022 at 7:51 PM EDT

Nice grab!

We have an early candidate for play of the game.

By The Athletic Staff

By The Athletic Staff

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