Nebraska and td Ameritrade Ballpark where the Virginia Cavaliers remain unbeaten in the 2014 College World Series. But now it's time to wipe the slate clean and begin a best 2 out of 3 series with Vanderbilt for all the marbles starting tomorrow night. The Cavaliers worked out here this afternoon with their number one preseason goal still intact. The national championship is in sight for a team that started the season atop the polls and dealt with the weight of expectations from the beginning. mike papi/virginia first baseman: you can' t think about making it all the way to the finals in the first game of the season. and having that game by game mentality and coming to the field and giving a hundred and ten percent every day and having the confidence that the coach has in us and giving us the comfort and allowing us just to relax and go out and play has led us all the way here. nathan kirby/game one starting pitcher: i think the coaches' expectations throughout the whole year have been higher for us than anybody outside the baseball stadium so by them going and pushing us, i think we can kind of break down the barrier of anything outside the white lines because we have gone out and played our way all year and we're here and that's all that matters. derek fisher/virginia left fielder: we still had to go out and prove ourselves. we had that number one next to our name before we played a single game the entire year so for us to prove that we are one of the best teams in the country, it matters at the end of the season moreso than at the beginning. The much heralded recruiting class of 2011 is seeing the fruits of its labor and would love for it to pay off with a national title. Nathan Kirby gets the start on the mound for uva in game one tomorrow night. He went 7 innings in the Cavs World Series opener, allowing just one run against Ole Miss. Reporting live in Omaha, Nebraska, Travis Wells, wdbj7.