Month: May 2013

Women’s College World Series Schedule

Oklahoma is the 2013  WCWS Champion

Tuesday June 4, 2013

7 Tennessee 0

1 Oklahoma 4

Monday June 3, 2013

7 Tennessee 3

1 Oklahoma 5

Sunday June 2, 2013

4 Texas 3

2 Florida 0


11 Washington 4

8 Michigan 1


7 Tennessee 2

4 Texas 1


1 Oklahoma 6

11 Washington 2

Saturday June 1, 2013

8 Michigan 2

5 Arizona State 0


11 Washington 0

7 Tennessee 1


4 Texas 2

1 Oklahoma 10


2 Florida 9

14 Nebraska 8

Thursday May 30, 2013

11 a.m.

14 Nebraska 3

11 Washington 4

1:30 p.m.

7 Tennessee 9

2 Florida 2

7 p.m.

5 Arizona State 3

4 Texas 6

9:30 p.m.

8 Michigan 1

1 Oklahoma 7

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Podcast for Monday May 27, 2013

In todays podcast we talk about the tornado in Moore, OK and what athletes have done to help the victims.  In the second segment we talk about the pros and cons of the NFL moving the draft from late April to the middle of May.  The last segment we talk about Buffalo Bills player Bob Kalsu, who lost his life fighting in the Vietnam War.


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Big 12 Baseball Tournament *Updated 5/27/13 11:30 a.m*

The Championship is played under a two-division, double-elimination format. The eight teams with the best league records (based on winning percentage) in regular season competition qualify for the event and are divided into two division with seeds 1, 4, 5 and 8 in division one and seeds 2, 3, 6 and 7 in division two. There is no cross-division play until two team reach the championship game on Sunday.  All games televised on Fox College Sports and the Championship game will be televised nationally on Fox Sports Network.

Sunday, May 26, 2013 

Championship Game

4 Oklahoma 7

6 Kansas 2

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Division One:

9 a.m.

5 Baylor 2

8  Texas Tech 8

12:30  p.m.

4 Oklahoma 7

1 K-State 6

Division Two:

4:00 p.m.

2 Oklahoma State 5

3 West Virginia 6

7:30 p.m.

6 Kansas 4

7 TCU 0


Friday, May 24, 2013

Division One:

9 a.m.

8 Texas Tech 0

4 Oklahoma 8

12:30  p.m.

5 Baylor 9

1 K-State 13

Division Two:

4:00 p.m.

7 TCU 3

3 West Virginia 10

7:30 p.m.

6 Kansas 5

2 Oklahoma State 3


Thursday, May 23, 2013

Division One:

12 p.m

5 Baylor 0

4 Oklahoma 2

4:00 p.m.

8 Texas Tech 3

1 K-State 4

Division Two:

7:30 p.m.

6 Kansas 7

3 West Virginia 2

11 p.m.

7 TCU 8

2 Oklahoma State 4

(via Big 12 Sports)

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Podcast for Monday May 13, 2013

In today’s podcast we talk about’s article of the top 10 overrated players and the top 10 underrated players.  We also talk about protective head gear for MLB pitchers and what type of replay system MLB should use.  We close out the podcast by talking about the top 6 NFL rivalries of 2013.


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ESPN Ranks the Texas Rangers as the Best in Baseball

ESPN has the Texas Rangers ranked atop the Major League Baseball world. Many fans and pundits around the league thought when the Rangers had what appeared to be a lackluster offseason that the Rangers would fall back in the pack. Few if any outside of Arlington had the Rangers finishing better than third in the American League West.
Thirty-one games into the season nothing could be further from the truth. Ranger pitching has been exceptional for the most part. Yu Darvish won five games in April and flirted with a perfect game against the Houston Astros. Rookies Justin Grimm and Nick Tepesch have stepped in and pitched like seasoned veterans, with Grimm being named Rookie of the Month for April. The bullpen has an ERA of 2.80 through 83.2 innings giving the Rangers staff as a whole a league leading 3.02 ERA. The Rangers are the only American league team that has allowed less than 100 runs so far this season with 98.
The Rangers love home cooking, at the Ballpark in Arlington, the Rangers are a major league leading 11-4 and just finished a three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox. Adrian Beltre made the Red Sox pay for playing the percentages walking Lance Berkman to pitch to him in the bottom of the ninth. Beltre lined a single to right-center driving in Elvis Andrus from second base for the 13th walk-off hit of his career.
Good old fashioned baseball is the kind the Rangers play. Good pitching, timely hitting, and speed on the base-paths combined with fundamentally sound defense are new to the Rangers and Rangers fans. Teams gone by could hit, but not pitch, they could pitch, but not hit, for the first time in my memory at least, the Rangers are playing complete baseball every time out.
One thing the Rangers could improve on in my opinion, the uniforms. Ian Kinsler started the trend, wearing traditional pants with the leggings showing. Craig Gentry, Robby Ross, and David Murphy have all got on board going with the traditional look, more players need to follow suit. Granted a few of the players look natural in the longer pants, Adrian Beltre or Nelson Cruz for example, but the traditional style better suits the way the Rangers are playing.

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