Postseason appearance is a guarantee for the #1 ranked NCAA Division I baseball team in the country.
The Tennessee Volunteers baseball team will be hosting the Auburn Tigers in a three-game series this weekend at Lindsey Nelson Stadium in Knoxville.
With a 38-3 (17-1 SEC) overall record, Tennessee have vastly improved upon its prospects from the preseason, and has currently held the #1 NCAA Division I ranking for five straight weeks.
Last year’s College World Series runner-up Vanderbilt Commodores are also expected to be part of the Regional postseason format this June. Vandy is 28-11 (9-9 SEC) this year, and will be hosting #21 ranked Texas A&M this weekend at Charles Hawkins Field in Nashville.
Tennessee mobile sports betting apps are legal and regulated by the TN Education Lottery Commission, which means individuals who are at least 21 years old (and physically located within the Volunteer State) can place real money wagers on their favorite sports events. This includes real money bets on in-state collegiate teams such as Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Tennessee Tech, Memphis, and many others.
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2022 NCAA College World Series (Schedule & Details)
The format of the NCAA College World Series (CWS) can be a bit difficult to grasp for sports bettors who are relatively unfamiliar with how the Regional/Super Regional brackets work.
The 2022 CWS will take place from Thursday, June 16th, through Monday, June 27th. The venue will be Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska – and will feature a total of eight NCAA Division I teams.
However, all 64 teams that qualify for the postseason must advance through their own “Regional” and “Super Regional” brackets before the College World Series.
2022 NCAA Baseball Regionals, Super Regionals, and College World Series
This year’s regional tournaments will feature 16 separate brackets, with each anchored by one of the corresponding seeds that will be determined at the end of the Conference Championship tournaments. The Tennessee Volunteers are currently a heavy favorite to host the “Knoxville” regional – which would give the team a significant advantage.
The teams that survive the double-elimination format of the Regional brackets will then advance to the “Super Regionals,” which means a total of 16 teams will then compete for the corresponding College World Series bids. The Super Regional matchups are a best-of-3 series format. The winning Super Regional teams will advance to the 2022 CWS in Omaha – which will boast a double-elimination format divided into two brackets of four teams.
No Restrictions on Tennessee In-State Collegiate Team Online Wagering
Legal online sports bettors in Tennessee are welcome to place real money wagers on in-state collegiate teams while being physically located within the Volunteer State borders. This allowance differs from other legal, regulated states within the U.S. which, in some cases, do not allow bets on in-state NCAA teams.
This means that Tennessee residents and visitors alike can bet on games that involve the Volunteers, Commodores, Tigers, and others… as long as they are at least 21 years old and inside the state when making bets.
Wager types include point spreads, straight bets, over/unders, proposition bets, and the ever-popular parlays – which give legal online sports bettors in Tennessee a fun way to potentially enjoy a “Big Win” with a relatively small wager amount.
There is no legal land-based sports betting in Tennessee, meaning all of the legal action is enjoyed online from the convenience of one’s personal computer or smart device.
Signing-up for a new Tennessee Sports Betting account is quick and easy. Plus there is a wide array of deposit and withdrawal methods to and from TN sportsbooks.
Can the Tennessee Volunteers baseball team hold on to its #1 national collegiate ranking ahead of the postseason regionals? Will the Vanderbilt Commodores make another deep run like last year? In which they fell only one game short of winning a national championship?
We will know the answers to these questions and more in a few short weeks.
Stay tuned to TNBets for updated news stories on your favorite Tennessee baseball teams in the run-up to the 2022 College World Series!