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edmondcowboy

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I think the teams are much more even than the score reflected. A couple of breaks our way instead of theirs it’s a different ball game.


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OState77

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I think the teams are much more even than the score reflected. A couple of breaks our way instead of theirs it’s a different ball game.


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I agree. Come out ready to pitch and don’t kick the ball around and the game is pretty even.
 
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My son and I are watching the A$M vs Illinois game. Illinois offense is ANEMIC. Half there batting order under .200 and 2 guys hitting under .100. If we throw strikes and play good defense I like our chances.
 

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I couldn't disagree more. As someone who lives out of state you could count the amount of OSU baseball games on ESPN per year on one hand, so I could NEVER watch the games. With ESPN+ almost every game has been televised and I can actually follow the team. I may be in the minority but I LOVE the Big 12 Now on ESPN +
I think you took my post out of context which was talking about the Frisco Classic. I pointed out that ESPN covered it 3 years ago, has since added ESPN+, and yet dropped the tournament this year for some reason. We weren't in it for 2018 or 2019 so I don't know when ESPN dropped out though. Generally speaking there may be more baseball viewing options now but you'd think the Frisco Classic would be a big one for ESPN, not Flo.
It could just be that flow paid the tournament more money then ESPN was willing to pay.

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Is it worse than our record against ou in football?
Who knows, might be about the same if we played them that often.

"The Bruins own a 4-1 record all-time against Oklahoma State, including a 3-1 mark in the postseason. The two programs played each other last year in the first game of the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic on Mar. 9 - the first-ever regular season matchup between the two - with UCLA recording a 6-3 win. UCLA's 22 runs against OSU on May 22, 1997 in a regional final remain a program postseason record for single-game runs scored."