OMAHA, Neb. -- Ole Miss' loss to open the College World Series seems like a long time ago.
It was only Sunday -- a loss that sent the Rebels to the bottom of the Omaha mountain.
But they certainly didn't come nearly 800 miles for nothing and are showing a strong interest in staying for a while.
The Rebels sent TCU home with a 6-4 win on Thursday night at TD Ameritrade Park. There are now four teams left to duke it out for a chance at an NCAA championship series.
There is a problem though, for Ole Miss -- and Texas for that matter. The Rebels and Longhorns both have a loss. One more and it's packing time.
Ole Miss gets a chance to avenge Sunday's loss. Virginia beat the Rebels 2-1 on Mike Papi's walkoff double. The rematch is set for 8 p.m. on Friday. An Ole Miss win would mean a rubber match. A Virginia win checks the Rebels out of their hotel.
But sent to the bottom, Ole Miss came back fighting. The Rebels (48-20) beat Texas Tech 2-1 Tuesday, then beat hopped over the Horned Frogs....