Sometimes, after more than 200 minutes of baseball, all it takes is one bounce.

In the bottom of the 11th inning of a win-or-go-home Super Regional Game 3 between Auburn and Florida, the No. 1 seed Gators and Tigers were tied up, 2-2. With one ball and two strikes in the count, Florida's leadoff hitter of the inning Austin Langworthy parked a ball deep in right field, where it bounced off the glove of Auburn's Steven Williams and flew over the wall.

Game over. Walk-off homer. Florida advances to the College World Series. Auburn loses in heart-breaking fashion.

Bedlam.

The hit was Langworthy's first of the day, but his second homer of the three-game series.

And now he'll get to try and make it home runs in three straight games, because the Gators are off to Omaha, where they'll face Texas Tech.

Adam Hermann has written for the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News, Philadelphia magazine, SB Nation, and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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