College World Series Bracket 2012: Florida State Vs. UCLA Results In A Bruins Elimination

The Florida State Seminoles lost their first game in the 2012 College World Series bracket to the Arizona Wildcats, now 2-0, but after a decisive win over Stony Brook FSU has put itself firmly back into title contention, defeating the UCLA Bruins 4-1 and looking as strong as advertised in their second consecutive elimination game. St. Louis Cardinals draft pick James Ramsey continued his hot hitting, going 2-3 with a walk and a run scored, but the game belonged to Steve Sitz, FSU's starter, who allowed one run on five hits and a walk in six-plus innings, racking up eight strikeouts in the meantime.

The Seminoles, who've outscored their two competitors 16-3 since losing 4-3 to the Wildcats in extra innings, will now face Arizona on Thursday afternoon. (The 4 PM CDT start will be aired on ESPN 2.) Their backs are still against the wall, but they'll have to beat Arizona twice in a row to advance to the championship finals themselves.

For more on the 2012 CWS, and more unnerving fixation on St. Louis Cardinals draft picks, stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis. Related: The Cardinals love James Ramsey's Cape Cod League numbers, but are they too enamored of what goes on in that wood-bat league?

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