By Kirk Kenney
OMAHA—LSU had won 14 straight games and was one victory away from claiming the school’s sixth national championship coming into Game Two of the CWS Finals. Texas starter Taylor Jungmann had his way with the Tigers on Tuesday night, however, pitching the Longhorns to a 5-1 victory at Rosenblatt Stadium that knotted the best-of-three series at one game apiece.
Jungmann tossed a five-hitter—nicked only for an unearned run in the second inning—for the first complete game at the CWS in three years.
Aaron Fitt and Kirk Kenney discussed the game’s highlights. Aaron also broke down Wednesday’s Game Three pitching matchups and what to expect when the teams take the field for the decisive game.
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