Arkansas routs Ole Miss in decisive Game 3 to advance to Omaha for second year in a row
The Arkansas Razorbacks came devastatingly close to winning a national title last year, but watched instead as Oregon State claimed the College World Series championship.
This year, they’re heading back to Omaha and will have a chance to get that elusive first title in school history.
On Monday, the Hogs took down Ole Miss in blowout fashion in the decisive Game 3 of the Fayetteville super-regional. After Ole Miss took a 1-0 lead, Arkansas came storming back for a blowout 14-1 victory.
Heston Kjerstad had a big day at the plate, getting a couple of hits and this crushed home run in the bottom of the fifth inning:
This beautiful throw from Dominic Fletcher cut down a Rebel runner at home in the top of the eighth inning:
And here was the beautiful defensive play to clinch the win, leading to a Hogpile:
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The Hogs will take on Florida State in their first game in Omaha. There are four teams from the SEC in Omaha, but the Razorbacks are on their own in their four-team group. Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Auburn will only be in the