Do Not Be The Root Of Vile Oklahoma In Tonight’s Softball World Series

Listen to me. I urge you to do something very difficult. It is important that you stay calm because it will take all your energy. You have to overcome every thread of your personality and every thought in your brain for this to happen. But you must. You see, you can’t establish the University of Oklahoma in the NCAA Women’s College World Series. We can’t.

Last night, I stayed away from my bedtime to watch the Oklahoma Sooners crush absolutely my beloved Texas Longhorns on the first list of the top three. Oklahoma won 6 home games against Texas last night to win the game (and it hurts me a lot to write this) 16-1.

It would be easy to wake them up, of course. The current Oklahoma team is one of the best softball players, probably always. They have entered tonight’s game – strengthen yourself – with a record 58-3 record. Last year, he won the World Series. Their history? 56-4.

Oh! Is it not enough to believe that they are stupidly good? How about this. After every three losses this season, the Oklahoma team took control of their opponent in the next game.

Oklahoma softball has been in control for almost a decade now. They won the series in 2013, 2016, 2017, and 2021. In 2019, they became the winners. These are the Division I leaders in the middle fight and he runs home. Looking at the Oklahoma line is like looking at the Yankees of 1927. Sure, you can probably hit a big hit, but the whole list of them? It’s impossible.

Just look at the homemade bomb by Jocelyn Alo from the past few days:

Alo is one of the best fighters the NCAA has ever seen. He has the most home runs in NCAA softball history (120). And the history he broke? This was the case with Lauren Chamberlain, a former Oklahoma slugger, aged 95. Alo hit more than 30 times in three consecutive seasons. I’ve seen him play a lot of games this year. Alo is always smart on the plate and controls so much when he is given something to hit that it is a pity he cannot be signed to the team for millions of dollars. Its height is bright, bright and bright. He is strong. Last night, he hit home twice.

And Alo is just one of the biggest batsmen on the team. Tiare Jennings also hit two home runs last night (fourth and fifth in a row). And they immediately strike Alo.

I do not want Oklahoma to win. We can’t. Are they people, interesting, and fun to watch? Yes! But I have one goal here, and you should too. I want Oklahoma to lose tonight.

I know what you think, Kelsey, you do not want them to win the world championship because you went to the University of Texas – hook’em horns – and Oklahoma is your enemy! First, yes. That’s right. Seeing Oklahoma sweep the unselected Longhorns would bring me physical pain. Come on! Listen to me. The reason I ask you to join me in the fight against Oklahoma tonight is that, if he loses, we will watch this Oklahoma team play again on Friday. This type of group, which has a list of types, is missing. It is unique. And there are only two games left. Only one if Oklahoma wins tonight.

You can remove anyone you want on Friday, if the list goes too far. But for tonight, we must all unite to persecute the bad guys of the Sooners so we can have another night to watch them beat before the season is over.

It will be impossible! Although Texas were completely shattered last night, they beat Oklahoma once in a regular season, one of three Sooners’ games. lost. So it is impossible. Texas Unranked has also beaten two teams in the series.

It is good for the game to have a team in control. It makes headlines. It brings in new viewers. The University of Oklahoma is building a new $ 27 million softball stadium with 3,000 fans. It’s also great if the series goes into three games and more people have seen the team. It’s good for the game, it’s good for the players, and it’s great for me personally.

The second match will be played tonight at 7:30 pm ET. If Oklahoma wins, it will be a succession of professionals, the first team to do this since then only in 2016 and 2017. After the season he has been in, he deserves. But what if he wins on Friday. What if we watched the team break softballs for an extra night? What about trying to recover from a threat? That’s what I’m looking forward to tonight. Please join me.

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