Game suspended until 4:30 p.m. Wednesday

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OMAHA - Tuesday night's game between Clemson and Oklahoma at the College World Series was suspended due to weather in Omaha. Play will resume on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. EST on ESPNU. Clemson leads, 6-1, heading into the sixth inning.

College World Series officials originally stopped the game because of lightning in the area, and then heavy rain followed. Local radar showed storms in the area for a considerable amount of time so the decision was made to suspend the game after a 32-minute delay.

The TCU-Florida St. game will begin 50 minutes after the completion of the Clemson-Oklahoma game.

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