Gators hanging on in Omaha

After eliminating Texas, Florida still needs to win three more games in a row, to advance to the College World Series finals. Jackson Kowar and Jonathan India showed they are not backing down from the challenge, and it's going to take more inspiring efforts from their leaders, to go all the way.

It's going down on November 6th, as these two rivals tip off their seasons against each other, for the first time since the 2000-01 season.

The team's locker room and storage building came down Wednesday morning, in preparation for the new facility. The new stadium is set to be finished right before the 2019 season.

16 high schools competed for bragging rights and championship hardware, in a single elimination tournament at the Jaguars practice complex. The Vanguard Knights from Ocala took on the challenge, making it all the way to the quarter-finals.

Florida Junior Jackson Kowar strikes out a career-high 13 against Texas Tuesday.

James G. Pressly Stadium undergoing renovations

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Gainesville's Davis wins two national high school titles

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Derek Akey breaks two records

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Bryan showing versatility with Jags

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