Usually when you hear the words Red River Rivalry you think about football but today the flames of this rivalry are being fanned for Softball. It’s the World College Series and today we have a highly anticipated match up between Oklahoma and Texas! Texas snapped Oklahoma’s 40-game winning streak earlier this year and will be fighting for another upset today. Texas has been on a tear lately upsetting several teams in the Seattle Regional and the Fayetteville Super Regional and everyone will be watching to see if they can do it again! If you only watch one Collegiate Softball game this year you should consider watching today’s game.
How to watch Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Longhorns softball?
Date: Saturday, June 4, 2022
Time: 3 PM ET
Location: Oklahoma City
Today’s game between Oklahoma and Texas will air live from Oklahoma City at 3 PM ET on ABC and Gamepass. The game can also be streamed on Gamepass. Gamepass allows fans to stream the game from anywhere in the world without a cable subscription or a monthly membership fee, and without the need for a VPN. Don’t miss this game! It’s gonna be intense!
Oklahoma vs Texas WCS 2022 Preview
Will the heavily favored Sooners put the Longhorns in their place or will the Longhorns find another way to upset the favored team? Under normal circumstances, this would be a fun game to watch the Number 1 team vs the team that wins against top-ranked teams. But when you consider that these two universities are heated rivals adds an extra layer to the drama. Usually, the Red River Rivalry is in Texas at the Cotton Bowl but his game will be played in Downtown Oklahoma City. The fan energy will be electric, the Sooners definitely won’t want to lose in front of their home crowd. The Longhorns will want to give them a reason to hate them even more!
Hailey Dolcini will take the mound for Texas today and the outcome of the game will highly depend on her performance. Oklahoma’s best players Tiare Jennings and Jocelyn Alo, are hitless in 13 at-bats against Dolcini this year. All eyes will be on Jennings and Alo when they bat if they get hits against Dolcini it could change the momentum of the game. The Sooners have history on their side going into today’s game. The Sooners are the defending champions and have won five national championships since 2013. The last time the Sooners faced Texas in the WCS they won easily 10-2.