College World Series Elite Eight Odds: Aggies, Vols Remain Favorites

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Don Shapiro
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The College World Series is down to its Elite Eight.


There isn't a non-power conference school left in the dance, and the team favored since the Regionals Round (64 teams) is still the favorite (so is the second favorite).

Texas A&M, the favorite to win, now at 5/2 odds, used a nine-run inning to pull away from Oregon and Kentucky made program history over Oregon State.

The Volunteers, whose odds have been slashed in half from 6/1 to 3/1, homered seven times in the first five innings and went on to a 12-1 victory over Evansville.

Kentucky advanced to the MCWS for the first time in school history with its 3-2 win over Oregon State. Nolan McCarthy doubled and scored the go-ahead run from second base on a wild pitch in the seventh inning.

North Carolina, Florida State and Virginia swept their super regionals Saturday. released its latest 2024 CWS odds this morning. You can find the full list of futures below, as well as each team's odds from the start of the tournament.

CWS Champion             (Odds on 6/11)             (Odds on 5/28)

Texas A&M                   5/2                               5/1

Tennessee                    3/1                               6/1

Kentucky                      5/1                               9/1

North Carolina              7/1                               16/1

Florida State                 10/1                             20/1

Virginia                         10/1                             33/1

NC State                       12/1                             40/1

Florida                          14/1                             50/1


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