Texas Tech drove in a run in the top of the 9th, to bring the score of the College World Series game against Ole Miss tied at 1-1, but it wasn't enough to keep the Red Raiders in the World Series. Ole Miss drove in another run in the bottom of the ninth, to take a 2-1 win over Tech.

The Red Raiders's second College World Series game kicked off Tuesday at 2 p.m. The game remained scoreless until the sixth, when pinch hitter Holt Perdzock singled to drive in Sikes Orvis, who got on base on a one-out error.

Texas Tech faced off against Ole Miss after a disappointing loss on Sunday to TCU in the Red Raiders' first appearance in history at the College World Series.

The loss to Ole Miss means Tech has been eliminated from the CWS. Ole Miss will move on to another elimination game on Thursday against either TCU or Virginia. T

The Red Raiders had Monday off to prepare for Tuesday's game, and spent it on some light practice, followed by a visit to Omaha Children's Hospital & Medical Center, where the team got to bring smiles to the faces of children and their families at the facility:

Check out what Tim Tadlock and players said they need to do to wreck Ole Miss in today's game at a press conference yesterday:

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