Tennessee Vols Baseball Super Regional Odds Vs. Notre Dame

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The dream season continues for the Tennessee baseball team, and betting odds for this weekend’s Super Regional show that the Vols are strong favorites to keep it going all the way to Omaha.

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Fresh off an NCAA Regional title, Tennessee (57-8) carried an 11-game winning streak into this weekend’s Super Regional versus Notre Dame (38-16) at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

The Vols, who are 8-1 in the postseason, are seeking their second consecutive berth in the College World Series, which they were favored to win by every Tennessee sports betting app when the Super Regional began. The winner of the Super Regional will qualify for the CWS.

Vols Baseball Super Regional Odds And Schedule

The format for the Super Regional is a best-of-three series with one game played Friday, Saturday, and Sunday if necessary. Notre Dame won the opener on Friday, and Tennessee bounced back to win on Saturday to set up a decisive game on Sunday afternoon. Here are the previous results and Sunday’s schedule.

  • Game 1: Notre Dame 8, Tennesse 6
  • Game 2: Tennessee 12, Notre Dame 4
  • Game 3: Sunday, 1:06 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Several sportsbooks, including DraftKings, have regularly listed odds for individual games throughout the college baseball postseason and have done so again for Sunday’s finale. Here are those odds:

SPORTSBOOKGame 3 MoneylineGame 3 Run LineGame 3 Total
DraftKingsTennessee -400
Notre Dame +280
Tennessee -2.5 (-130)
Notre Dame +2.5 (+100)
Over 12 (-115)
Under 12 (-115)
CaesarsTennessee -450
Notre Dame +340
Tennessee -2.5 (-140)
Notre Dame +2.5 (+110)
Over 12.5 (-125)
Under 12.5 (-105)
FanDuelTennessee -385
Notre Dame +290
Tennessee -4.5 (+148)
Notre Dame +4.5 (-184)
Over 12.5 (-114)
Under 12.5 (-106)

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The Vols’ Story So Far

Because they advanced to the CWS last year, the Vols were always expected to be a strong team this season. They solidified those expectations early in the year with a 24-game winning streak that vaulted them to the No. 1 national ranking.

Instead of relinquishing that ranking, Tennessee solidified it and then some with powerful pitching and explosive hitting. Many teams are great in one or two aspects of the game, but Tennessee is a rare squad that crushes in virtually all aspects.

Entering the NCAA Tournament, the Vols ranked first in the nation in ERA, WHIP, home runs per game, and slugging percentage. It is virtually impossible for opponents to match Tennessee strength for strength.

It’s why Tennessee for months has been a prohibitive favorite to win the CWS title. The Vols got their taste of the sport’s biggest stage last year when they went 0-2 in Omaha. This year they’ll only be satisfied if they win the championship.