Florida Vs. Vanderbilt, NCAA Baseball Score: All-SEC CWS Matchup Scoreless Through Two

The first SEC-on-SEC matchup in the 2011 College World Series and fifth meeting on the year between the Florida Gators and Vanderbilt Commodores began with a hitless half-inning by Grayson Garvin, followed by a hit in the latter portion of the inning by Vandy SS Anthony Gomez which amounted to little. Other than that hit, Florida's Karsten Whitson has made it through two innings unscathed.

Each team has committed an error so far, with the more noteworthy being the mixup at first base that saw Florida's Vickash Ramjit whirled around by an advancing baserunner. After seeing Albert Pujols break his arm on a very similar play this weekend, that had to be a cautious moment for Ramjit.

Through two innings, neither team has gotten a whole lot of offense going.

Check here for complete 2011 CWS scores and schedules, and here for NCAA baseball news and stories. For more SEC sports, join Team Speed Kills. Florida fans should head to Alligator Army and SB Nation Tampa Bay, while Vandy fans should join Anchor Of Gold.

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