College World Series 2012 Schedule: Florida State Opens Friday, Florida Plays Final Game Saturday

With Super Regionals concluding and the field rounding into form, the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles were made aware of their Omaha opponents early on Monday. The Seminoles will play the second game on Friday night and the Gators will play the second game on Saturday night.

All games will be televised on either ESPN or ESPN2, with live streaming available at their ESPN3 site. FSU will start action in Omaha against the PAC 12's Arizona Wildcats, while the Gators will face a very familiar foe in South Carolina. Full schedule information for the first two days below:

Friday, June 15
Stony Brook (52-13) vs. No. 2 UCLA (47-14) (ESPN2/ESPN3, 5 p.m.)
Arizona (43-17) vs. No. 3 Florida State (48-15) (ESPN2/ESPN3, 9 p.m.)

Saturday, June 16
Kent State (46-18) vs. Arkansas (44-20) (ESPN/ESPN3, 5 p.m.)
No. 8 South Carolina (45-17) vs. No. 1 Florida (47-18) (ESPN/ESPN3, 9 p.m.)

For more information on the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles stay tuned to SB Nation Tampa Bay and be sure to check out SB Nation's Gators blog Alligator Army and Seminoles blog Tomahawk Nation.

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