It's down to two teams at the 2022 men's College World Series.
Oklahoma will take on Mississippi for the championship in best-of-three final series, beginning Saturday, at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska.
The Oklahoma Sooners (45-22, 15-9 Big 12) advanced to the championship series by going undefeated in bracket one at the College World Series. The bracket included the Texas A&M Aggies, Texas Longhorns and Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Oklahoma won the Women's College World Series earlier this month and could become the first Division I school to win the baseball and softball national championship in the same year.
The Ole Miss Rebels (40-23, 14-16 SEC) advanced to the championship series by playing through bracket two, which included the Stanford Cardinal, Arkansas Razorbacks, and Auburn Tigers. The Rebls lost one game — to Arkansas on Wednesday.
Entering the CWS Finals, Ole Miss leads the all-time series vs. Oklahoma 4-2. The two programs met most recently in a 2005 NCAA regional at Oxford, Mississippi, with the Rebles beating the Sooners twice — 7-3 and 20-5.
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Here is everything you need to know to watch the best-of-3 College World Series Final:
Game times and schedule
Game 1: Saturday, 7 p.m. ET
Game 2: Sunday: 3 p.m. ET
Game 3 (if necessary): Monday, 7 p.m. ET
What TV channel are the games on?
ESPN will televise all three games.
The broadcasters are scheduled to be Karl Ravech (play-by-play), Kyle Peterson (analyst), Chris Burke (analyst), and Kris Budden (reporter). Mike Monaco will replace Ravech for play-by-play on Sunday.
Can the games be live streamed?
All games will be streamed on ESPN.com/watch (for those that sign in with a cable or satellite provider) and the ESPN app.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY NETWORK: College World Series Final: Time, TV, streaming for Oklahoma, Ole Miss