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Tennessee Baseball Reveals Uniforms For Game 3 Showdown in the College World Series

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Tennessee Baseball HC Tony Vitello. Photo via Tennessee Athletics.

The Vols are back (at Charles Schwab Field) in black (uniforms).

Tennessee revealed on Monday afternoon that the Vols will be wearing their Dark Mode black jerseys for Game 3 of the College World Series on Monday night.

The Vols previously wore their Dark Mode uniforms during their victory over Texas A&M in Game 2 of the series after wearing the all-white home uniforms during the loss in Game 1.

Despite the heat rocketing up toward triple digits in Omaha throughout the day, Tennessee is looking to bring the swagger with the black jerseys.

As the home team in the contest, Tennessee will be wearing the black jersey along with their black throwback cap and white pants.

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The winner-take-all Game 3 will take place at 7:00 p.m. ET on Monday evening.

Texas A&M took the first game of the all-SEC championship series by putting up seven runs early in the game. Tennessee tried to claw back into things late in the game with a few big hits, but it wasn’t enough as A&M took the game by a score of 9-4.

Tennessee bounced back in Game 2 with consistent pitching and clutch late-game hitting. The Vols spent most of Game 2 playing from behind after a Texas A&M solo shot to start the game but found four runs in the seventh and eighth innings behind two-run shots from Dylan Dreiling and Cal Stark. Tennessee’s four pitchers on the day (Drew Beam, Kirby Connell, Aaron Combs, and Nate Snead) combined for eight scoreless innings after Beam gave up the first-inning run.

Tennessee and Texas A&M will square off in the final game of the College World Series for the right to call themselves National Champions by Monday morning. That game will take place at 7:00 p.m. ET on Monday night on ESPN.

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