| BSB/SB College World Series - Ole Miss wins the national title.

Max

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Georgia with 24, Arkansas with 20, Vandy with 21, and Auburn with 21. UT scored 12; a Dooley football score. And for that matter A&M with 9, LSU and Ole Miss with 7 a piece qualify as football scores.

Texas A&M Aggies - 9
Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns - 6.

Headlines: A&M beat ULL with last second field goal: 9-6. If you think that's unrealistic look at last year.
 

252BAMA

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MO State and OK State played a football game score in the Stillwater Regional today (Sunday). Down 0-12 after 3, OSU won 29-15!


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UAgrad93

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Barn advances to Omaha for the 2nd time in Butch Thomason’s brief tenure. Seems this should light a fire under the Grandslammers and make Bo’s seat start to warm up a bit. We can’t lean on the crutch of 11.7 when the Barn, Ole Piss go to Omaha and damn Clanga won it all last year. Bo needs to reassess his staff and his approach and develop this damn program!!!
 

bamanc50

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Barn advances to Omaha for the 2nd time in Butch Thomason’s brief tenure. Seems this should light a fire under the Grandslammers and make Bo’s seat start to warm up a bit. We can’t lean on the crutch of 11.7 when the Barn, Ole Piss go to Omaha and damn Clanga won it all last year. Bo needs to reassess his staff and his approach and develop this damn program!!!


It looks like the current AD only cares about certain sports programs at the University Of Alabama and baseball and women's basketball are not in that conversation. He has watched the women's basketball program completely be destroyed by CKC, the baseball program is rapidly declining and the softball program is beginning to decline.
 
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Ole Miss started early and never let off the gas in overwhelming Oklahoma, 10-3, to take Game 1 of the best-of-three showdown that will determine the 2022 national champion in the Men's College World Series at Charles Schwab Field Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska.

Tim Elko led the Ole Miss offensive barrage with four hits, including a home run that helped get the rout rolling. The unlikely trio of TJ McCants, Calvin Harris and Justin Bench combined to hit three consecutive homers to put the game away late.

Ole Miss wasted no time whatsoever getting on the board, rallying with two outs in the top of the first inning.

Elko started the rally with a single. He went to second on a wild pitch and scored when his teammate and apartment roommate Kevin Graham laced an opposite-field base hit to left field. Graham then stole second, got to third on a wild pitch, and scored when Oklahoma shortstop Peyton Graham could not handle a hard groundball hit by rhe Rebels' Kemp Alderman. The misplay resulted in just the third error of the entire season for the usually sure-handed Graham and gave Ole Miss a 2-0 lead.

The Rebels scored in each of the next two innings as well.

In the second, Calvin Harris singled and advanced to second on another wild pitch before Justin Bench singled him home to make it 3-0. And in the third, Elko hit a laser shot just over the right-field wall in the corner for his 24th home run of season and his second in the MCWS, extending the Ole Miss lead to 4-0.

Meanwhile, starting Ole Miss pitcher Jack Dougherty was dealing. He faced the minimum number of Oklahoma batters over the first five innings, setting down 15 in a row while striking out six, including five in a row at one point.

Dougherty did not give up a hit until Jackson Nicklaus ripped a single to open up the bottom of the sixth for Oklahoma. That quickly became the beginning of the end for Dougherty's otherwise brilliant time on the mound, as Nicklaus' hit was followed by another single lined to the outfield by Sebastian Orduno and a bunt single by Kendall Harris coupled with a throwing error on the play that allowed Nicklaus to score. When Dougherty followed that with a walk to Oklahoma leadoff hitter John Spikerman, the Ole Miss starter's night was suddenly over.

With the bases still loaded and still no one out, reliever Mason Nichols, an Ole Miss freshman, struck out Oklahoma's best hitter in Graham and No. 3 hitter Blake Robertson back-to-back before walking cleanup hitter Tanner Treadway, forcing in a second run for the Sooners. Nichols then enticed Oklahoma's Jimmy Crooks to hit a weak groundball right back to him, ending the threat with the Rebels still holding a 4-2 lead.

Nichols was terrifc in his two innings of work, walking just one but retiring the other six batters he faced, five by strikeouts. Josh Mallitz closed the game out, pitching the final two innings while surrendering one run.

The Rebels were far from finished with their offensive fireworks, too, saving their most explosive at-bats for the top of the eighth inning, when McCants, Harris and Bench added back-to-back-to-back home runs to extend the lead to 8-2. McCants, who did not start the game, hit a two-run blast that was folowed by the back-to-back solo shots by Harris and Bench.

Ole Miss followed its four-run eighth with a single run in the ninth that finally completed the scoring.

Peyton Chatagnier added three hits for Ole Miss while Bench, Alderman and Harris had two apiece.

Dougherty earned the win on the mound, giving up just two earned runs on three hits in his five innings of work. Josh Mallitz closed the game out, pitching the final two innings while surrendering one run.

The 16 hits Ole Miss piled up overall were the most in a College World Series finals game since 2008.

Meanwhile, the four hits registered solely by Elko matched the team total managed by Oklahoma through the first eight innings. The Sooners ended up with five.

Up Next

The two teams square off again at 3 p.m. ET Sunday in Game 2 of the series on ESPN. If the Rebels win, they are national champions. If the Sooners win, the deciding Game 3 will be played Monday night at 7 p.m. ET.
 

TerryP

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Wild to think about Bama sweeping Ole Miss in Oxford this season.

I believe this makes four of the last five for the conference ('20 season was canceled.)

 

The Dude

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I've seen many a MLB team get hot at the right time. Congrats to Ole Miss. they were hot at the right time.

And for me personally they kept AU, OK , & A&M (yes I know they didn't play them) from winning. Add ND and TX to that list too. Arkansas wouldn't have bothered me either. TN still not winning it all is very funny to me too.
 
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