So they meet again ... the LSU Tigers and Florida Gators.

The co-Southeastern Conference regular season champions will meet in the College World Series best-of-3 championship series.

Here's a a quick preview of the final two (or three) games of the college baseball season.

First things first

-- Game 1 of the series will be 6 p.m. Monday at TD Ameritrade Park. Game 2 and an if-necessary Game 3 will be 7 p.m. Tuesday and 7 p.m. Wednesday, respectively.

-- All games will be broadcast on ESPN and the LSU Sports Radio Network.

-- LSU will be the home team in Game 1 and in the if-necessary Game 3. Florida will be the home team in Game 2.

The last time they met

-- The Gators won two of three games against LSU in Gainesville in last March. In Game 1, a 1-0 Florida win, Alex Lange and Alex Faedo combined to allow just 1 run in 15 innings. In Game 2, Florida's Brady Singer threw a complete game, LSU's Jared Poche' struggled and the Gators won, 8-1. LSU's one win came in Game 3 when the Tigers rallied from a five-run deficit to win, 10-6.

CWS history

-- This is LSU's 18th appearance at the CWS and fifth under coach Paul Mainieri. The Tigers have won six national championships (1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2009).

-- This is Florida's 11th appearance at the CWS and sixth under coach Kevin O'Sullivan. The Gators have never won a national championship.

On the mound...

-- LSU has played one more game in Omaha than Florida, and the Tigers lost a key starting pitcher, Eric Walker, to injury for the rest of the CWS in their first meeting against Oregon State. 

-- Click here to read more about potential starters for each game.