How and when to watch, stream, listen to NC State vs. Vanderbilt in Saturday’s CWS game

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N.C. State needs one win to reach the College World Series championship series.

The Wolfpack, missing several players due to COVID-19 protocols, lost to Vanderbilt, 3-1, on Friday. The two teams will now play in a winner-take-all game on Saturday at 2 p.m. N.C. State and Vanderbilt each have one loss in the College World Series.

The winner of that game advances to the CWS championship round and the loser will be eliminated.

Television, streaming info

ESPN will televise Saturday’s game, using a broadcast crew of Tom Hart on play-by-play, Chris Burke and Ben McDonald as analysts and Kris Budden as reporter.

ESPN is available on Spectrum cable (channel 31), DirecTV (channel 206) and Dish Network (channel 140), as well as on streaming services like Hulu, Sling and YouTube TV. It can also be streamed via the ESPN app and at ESPN.com/watch.

Audio broadcasts are available online on the N.C. State athletics website, or via the TuneIn app, which you can find here.

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