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Watch live: Game 2 of College World Series final

Arizona is one win away from claiming its fifth CWS title, but Coastal Carolina is looking to bounce back and force a Game 3 in Omaha. Tune in live on ESPN and WatchESPN.

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Tonight could be the end at the College World Series. Or Coastal Carolina could live another day. Arizona is one victory from its fifth national title. The Chanticleers will go with closer Mike Morrison, his first start of the year, against the Wildcats' Kevin Ginkel. Watch at 8 ET on ESPN.

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