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Texas fans can now celebrate a sixth College World Series title.
 
It's all over. After falling in the Championship Series just a year ago, Texas regained its swagger with a 6-2 triumph over Florida that set Texas fans across the Lone Star State into celebration frenzy.
 
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    2005 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES
    June 17-27, 2005
    Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
    Omaha, Nebraska
    (CWS Schedule/Info | CWS Bracket)
     

     
    SUPER REGIONALS
    June 10-13, 2005
    Best-of-Three Series
    (Complete Bracket) 
    * = Host School      Bold = Winner
    (Team capsules from CollegeBaseballInsider)
     New Orleans
     *Tulane vs. Rice

     Lincoln
     
    *Neb. vs. Miami

     Oxford
     *Ole Miss vs. Texas

     Gainesville
     
    *Florida vs. FSU
    Atlanta
    *Ga. Tech vs. Tenn.

    Waco
    *Baylor vs. Clemson

    Fullerton
    *CS-Fullerton vs. ASU

    Corvallis
    *Oregon St. vs. USC
     

    REGIONALS
    * = Host School      Bold = Regional Winner
    (Complete Bracket)
    (Team capsules from CollegeBaseballInsider)
    New Orleans
    1. * Tulane (#1)
    2. Alabama
    3. UL-Lafayette
    4. Southern U.
    Baton Rouge
    1. * LSU
    2. Rice
    3. Northwestern St.
    4. Marist
    Long Beach
    1. * Long Beach State
    2. USC
    3. Pepperdine
    4. Rhode Island
    Corvallis
    1. * Oregon St. (#8)
    2. Virginia
    3. St. John's
    4. Ohio State
    Oxford
    1. * Ole Miss (#5)
    2. Southern Miss.
    3. Oklahoma
    4. Maine
    Austin
    1. * Texas
    2. Arkansas
    3. Miami (Ohio)
    4. Quinnipiac
    Clemson
    1. * Clemson
    2. Coll. of Charleston
    3. Oral Roberts
    4. N.C. A&T
    Waco
    1. * Baylor (#4)
    2. TCU
    3. Stanford
    4. UTSA
    Atlanta
    1. * Ga. Tech (#2)
    2. South Carolina
    3. Michigan
    4. Furman
    Knoxville
    1. * Tennessee
    2. Winthrop
    3. Wichita St
    4. Austin Peay
    Tallahassee
    1. * Florida State
    2. Auburn
    3. South Alabama
    4. Army
    Gainesville (On CSTV)
    1. * Florida (#7)
    2. North Carolina
    3. Notre Dame
    4. Stetson
    Fullerton
    1. *CS-Fullerton (#6)
    2. Arizona
    3. Missouri
    4. Harvard
    Tempe
    1. Coastal Carolina
    2. * Arizona State
    3. East Carolina
    4. UNLV
    Coral Gables
    1. * Miami (Florida)
    2. Miss. State
    3. Florida Atlantic
    4. VCU
    Lincoln
    1. * Nebraska (#3)
    2. N.C. State
    3. Creighton
    4. Illinois-Chicago
     
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