NCAA.com | June 20, 2015 What to Watch: June 20 Share Game 13: Florida Gators vs. Virginia Cavaliers 8 p.m. ET Saturday | ESPN with Karl Ravech, Kyle Peterson and Jessica Mendoza GameCenter | Interactive Stats Follow on Twitter: CWS | Virginia | Florida Florida Virginia Did You Know: Florida has scored 35 runs in four games at the CWS this year -- the most since South Carolina in 2010. That includes a shutout loss to Virginia in the Gators' second game. Did You Know: Virginia broke a 17-inning extra-base-hit drought against Florida with a double in the seventh on Friday. The Cavs had at least one extra-base hit in its seven other NCAA tournament games. On the Bump: Sophomore Dane Dunning gets the ball for the Gators in this win-or-go-home game. He pitched a perfect inning vs. Miami on June 13, but otherwise has not appeared in a CWS game. On the Bump: For the second time in a week, Brandon Waddell will face the Gators. On Monday, Waddell threw a gem, only giving up two singles in seven scoreless innings to earn the win. In the Box: JJ Schwarz had his 23rd multi-hit game of the year on Friday, and scored two runs. In the Box: Daniel Pinero has been a driving force for the 'Hoos, going 6-for-11 so far at the CWS. Pepper: Florida has scored at least 10 runs in five of its past six games. The only time the Gators failed to reach that mark was a 1-0 loss to Virginia on June 15. • Florida has won its past six elimination games, going back to this year's SEC tournament. • Before its loss on Friday, Virginia had gone undefeated this year in the NCAA tournament. • Virginia has never lost two games in a row in Omaha (16 all-time games).