The College World Series is just full of numbers. For instance, roughly 2.5 percent of Division I team (8 of 301) make it to TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska, and get the chance to win the national championship.

We take a look at some of the key stats and figures to come from of Day 7 at the College World Series.

Vanderbilt 7, TCU 1
75
Based on history, Vanderbilt has a 75 percent chance of winning its second consecutive national title. 
50
Vandy's 50th win of the year moves the Commodores to the CWS Finals, and gives them a chance to be the sixth different team to repeat as champions.
6
Will Toffey gives Vanderbilt a 6-0 lead -- more runs than the Commodores had scored in their prior two CWS games combined.
8
TCU's Riley Ferrell has pitched three innings at the CWS. He has gotten eight of those nine outs via strikeouts.
9
Vanderbilt pitcher Walker Buehler retired the first nine TCU hitters he faced, all on 31 pitches.
11
It took Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson 11 at-bats before recording his first hit at the CWS.
Florida 10, Virginia 5
3
It took Virginia all of three batters to jump on Florida starter Logan Shore and get a 1-0 lead.
4
The sixth inning saw Florida cross the plate five times to open up a 9-1 lead on Virginia.
5
The third inning was the fifth time Florida has scored three or more runs in an inning in this CWS.
13
It's been 13 years since the last time a team at the CWS has scored 10 runs in a game three times.
63
Nathan Kirby is on the mound for Virginia for the first time in 63 days. He missed the past nine weeks with an injury.