Kent State’s baseball team is going to Omaha for the College World Series.
Kent State alum and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Joshua Cribbs is going, too.
He ordered 53 tickets from Kent State for Saturday’s game vs. Arkansas, and Cribbs is also involved with chartering a bus that will take 46 fans on what’s about a 14-hour trip from Northeast Ohio to Omaha for Saturday’s game.
More information on the bus trip can be found at TeamCribbs.com
The Browns have their final week of organized team activity practice sessions this week, and Cribbs has some prior commitments for the weekend and beyond that he needs to work through. But he will be in Omaha for at least one game, and he’s excited about it.
Here’s what Cribbs said last week about Kent State reaching the Super Regionals. The Flashes beat Oregon in three games to advance to Omaha.
The Flashes play Saturday and Monday in the double-elimination tournament format, then would play next Wednesday if they win at least once.
The cost of the bus ride is $150, which includes food and drink on the bus, a ticket to Saturday’s game, a hotel room for Friday night and a special Flashes/TeamCribbs T-shirt.