of the College World Series. The Virginia Cavaliers tied it up last night against Vanderbilt. Travis Wells checks in as the Cavaliers look to bring home their first national title in baseball. Welcome back to Omaha, Nebraska where last night the Wahoo faithful made plenty of noise during the game two win over Vanderbilt. Included in that bunch are two folks from the Roanoke. Salam Mayor Randy Foley made his first trip to Omaha on Monday. Foley played football on the 1990 UVa team that was ranked number one in the country and can fully appreciate what Brian O'Connor's team has accomplished. Foley: It's remarkable for any athlete at any sport to have the pressure of being number one and delivering day in and day out. Trying to win, with all that pressure, not only from yourselves but from teh outside team it's remarkable really. I'm excited for them and it's a very exciting time for all alumni. Foley has enjoyed his short time in teh heartland and has even made a few notes to take back to the valley. Foley: Obviously having hosted a few athletic events for the ncaa at the d-3 level its good to come to a location where they've been hosting a d-1 national championship for a number of years, it's remarkable to see how they pull it off. Like Foley, Troutville's David Rader has been impressed with Omaha. So much that he made the 1200 mile drive to get here. Rader: i heard about the cornfields and i had absolutely no idea. I'd be miles and miles each way, It's nice seeing all the green and everything but after a while it was like you want to see something different but it's been an enjoyable drive. The people here are really friendly, they've put on a good show and all the events and Omaha is a lot bigger than i ever expected it to be and it just goes on and on we've been having a great time. ( trav adlib) Live in Omaha, Nebraska. Travis Wells wdbj7.