From being one of the final teams chosen to be in the field of 64 for the NCAA Baseball Tournament, Ole Miss has quickly rebounded during the tournament.

The Rebels have yet to lose a game since they hit the road to compete in the Miami (Fla.) Regional. The pride of Oxford, (Miss.) have beaten Arizona (twice), Miami, Southern Miss (twice) and an opening victory over Auburn on Saturday to finish the day at Charles Schwab Field at the CWS.

As one of the hottest teams in college baseball, the Rebels’ superstar first baseman, Tim Elko, said they need to keep it up in order to win the CWS. Here are the Rebels’ plans to keep the mojo in Omaha:

After sweeps by Missouri and LSU late in the season, the Ole Miss players grew confidence that they could bounce back after being humbled by top-ranked Tennessee in mid-March.

Elko is currently batting .301 on the season with 22 home runs and 71 RBIs this season.

The Rebels looked like a team that was ranked No. 1 at earlier this season when they took care of SEC West rival Auburn on Saturday.

“We’ve had some really good games as of late and the last couple of weeks of the season. We just want to keep doing that,” Elko said in an interview with “SEC Now” on the SEC Network.

Ole Miss will face red-hot Arkansas on Monday evening at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.