TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Meanwhile in Collegetown, right outside of Florida State University's campus, local bars and restaurants are gearing up for crowds for Monday night's game.
We've spoken to students and alumni, each one of them saying they're thrilled to see FSU baseball make it this far.
Things are quiet around Collegetown right now, but those walking around here say even though it's a Monday, they'll be staying up late for this game.
Bar and restaurant owners in Collegetown said they're going to be playing the game on all TVs and they want everyone to come out and get hype for the watch party.
Even places that don't border on FSU's campus, like Hangar 38, are going all out to support FSU baseball.
"For the last game against LSU, which we won, it was very rowdy, everybody had a great time," said Ryan Flury, Manager at Hangar 38. "We had a lot of drink specials, and it's just a great time. It's just a great venue to watch the game."
A lot of people in Collegetown said they didn't expect the baseball team to get this far and after an exciting win against Arkansas on Saturday, fans are saying they're proud of this huge accomplishment.
Fans said they think the FSU baseball team has a real chance to do some damage in Omaha, starting with Monday night's game.