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Virginia Turns Back California

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The new home of the College World Series, TD Ameritrade Park, is a $131 million monument to the game of baseball, complete with sparkling clubhouses beneath each dugout.

On Sunday, Virginia didn't take time to soak it in. The Cavaliers showed up, beat California 4-1, packed their bags in the dugout and had the bus rolling within 15 minutes.

No extra fanfare, no distractions. The Wahoos are here to take care of business, and now they've got the inside track on doing so from the winners' bracket.

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