Texas A&M's Chris Cortez (Eddie Kelly/ProLook Photos)

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Aggies embrace opportunity to play again Monday, with pitching set up well

College World Series

OMAHA — Texas A&M found itself nine outs away from its first national championship, clinging to a 1-0 lead on Sunday afternoon against Tennessee. But even with the wind blowing in, that lead did not hold up. The Volunteers got a two-run homer from Dylan Dreiling to take the lead in the seventh, then another two-run shot from Cal Stark in the eighth en route to a 4-1 win.

The Aggies had their chances to extend the lead with two men aboard and fewer than two outs in the fifth and sixth, and they came up empty both times. They[…]

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