Super regional live updates

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Louisville baseball team is looking to end a College World Series drought that precedes most players on its roster. Same as Texas A&M.

The No. 12 Cardinals (42-20-1) dropped Game 1 of the NCAA Super Regional Tournament Series best of three 5-4 in walk-in mode against the No. 5 Aggies (41-18) at the Blue Bell Park in College Station, Texas.

Taking the mound for Louisville was senior right-hander Jared Poland. In front of Texas A&M’s rowdy 12th man, the Cardinals ace has tried to bounce back from his last start, when he allowed a season-high seven points in a loss to Michigan in Game 2 of regional play. at Jim Patterson Stadium.

“I wasn’t throwing good shots, I wasn’t throwing the best I could,” Poland said Thursday at College Station. “Baseball is like a game of chess. You must have short-term memory loss, so I’ll do that.”

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Texas A&M will counter with a sophomore Nathan Dettmer. The right-hander is 5-2 in 16 starts with a 4.67 ERA and 71 strikeouts in 79 innings.

Which channel will air the first game of Louisville’s regional baseball super series against Texas A&M?

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ESPN will air Game 1 of the College Station Super Regional. The game will also be streamed live on

Michael Monaco will handle play-by-play duties, and Louisville native Chris Burke, a six-year MLB veteran best known for his playoff exploits with the Houston Astros in 2005, will provide in-game analysis.

On DirecTV, ESPN is channel 206. On Dish, ESPN is channel 140.

Those looking to hear the Louisville radio show can tune into 93.9 The Ville online for Sean Moth’s call.

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