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OU kicks off the season today in Phoenix at Grand Canyon University. 

Games this weekend.....(Central Times)

Friday 3:30 pm. Syracuse (Stats only) Won 6-0
Friday 6:00pm Grand Canyon (watch live at link below) Won 7-1
Saturday 10am Charlotte (Stats only) Won 13-0 in 5 innings.
Saturday 3pm Syracuse (Stats only) Won 9-1 in 5 innings.
Sunday 10:30 am San Diego State (Stats only) Won 9-0 in 5 innings. 

Stats and webcast link:
http://www.soonersports.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=31000&SPID=127251&SPSID=750355&DB_OEM_ID=31000&_ga=2.85969040.80666833.1549563064-874524484.1519756325

Or listen to OU radio at this link:  http://player.listenlive.co/36661?DB_OEM_ID=31000



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Typically great Graham Hays piece on a couple of newcomers to Norman, "G" Juarez and Jen Rocha:

http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/25945577/new-ace-new-guru-oklahoma-softball-reshuffles-new-era


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Sooners beat Syracuse 6-0. Mariah Lopez went the distance.

Sooners beat Grand Canyon 7-1. Giselle Juarez started and Shannon Saile came in relief. 


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Sooners beat Syracuse 6-0. Mariah Lopez went the distance.

Sooners beat Grand Canyon 7-1. Giselle Juarez started and Shannon Saile came in relief. 



Lopez had 12 Ks. Saile looked really good in Game 2. She's got a live arm. Catcher Lynnsie Elam hit well in both games, Clifton with a homer in the nightcap.
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We got to see the top three Sooner pitchers in action on the first day of the 2019 season.

Mariah Lopez threw a one hit shutout with a dozen strikeouts in the opening game vs. Syracuse.
The only hit she gave up was a two out single in the fifth inning. She struck out at least one batter in each inning.
Lopez's career W-L record now stands at 33-1, her only loss coming in her freshman season.
Her 12 strike outs in the season opener was a new single game record for her.

Gizelle Juarez started the second game against Grand Canyon and gave up a solo HR to the second batter she faced.
Savannah Tourville blasted a letter high pitch over the left center wall against Juarez. Tourville also had a HR in her first game.
Juarez left the game after pitching 4 innings - trailing 0-1... but her team scored 6 runs in the top of the 5th to give her the W.
Gizelle struck out 3, walked 1 and hit a batter.

Shannon Saile came in and pitched the last 3 innings. She struck out the side in the 5th, had 2 Ks in the 6th and 1 in the 7th.

So... surprisingly - Juarez was the least effective of the three pitchers on the first day of the 2019 season.
She was the only pitcher to give up a run - and had the least strike outs per IP. 
But giving up 1 run on 2 hits in 4 IP with 3 Ks...  is nothing to complain about.
That said... I am sure she will have better days ahead in the circle.

The most surprising thing for me today... was that Mendes did not start either game (and only played in 1 inning).
Alo started in RF both games and Aviu started in LF both games.
Rogers started in CF in game one - while Flores started in CF in game two.
Mendes came in as a runner for Elam in the 5th inning of the second game and scored a run.
They batted around and Mendes got to bat in the 5th - but popped up to second base.

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Hitting:  Oklahoma struggled in the early innings of both games.
They didn't score in the first 3 innings of game one  and then didn't score until the 5th in the second game.
The positive side of that is...  they scored 5 runs in the last 2 innings of the first game...
and 7 runs in the last 3 innings of the second game.

4 Clifton  8222  Started out the day 0 for her first 6 at bats - but had an RBI single and a HR in her last 2 at bats.
9 Alo  7140  Was 4 for 7 on the day (all singles) with one walk.
5 Romero  8141  (all singles)  Was 1 for 4 in the first game, but then got a hit in her first 3 at bats of game 2.
7 Aviu  6222  Had a double and 2 walks in game one. Left 4 runners on base in her first 2 at bats of game 2, but then had a 2 run single in the 5th.
3 Knighten  2000  Shay had a GDP, a walk and a strike out. She didn't play in game 2.
DP/3 Green  6231  This freshman came through with 3 singles and 2 walks in her first 2 games with the Sooners.
8/DP Rogers  5211  She had an RBI single, a walk, a sac. bunt  and a stolen base.
8 Flores  5112  She hit a deep drive off the CF wall for a two run double in game 2. 
2 Elam  5133  Came through with two singles and a big three run double - plus a HBP.
6 Lyons  6110  The freshman shortstop had the Sooners first hit of the season with a double in her first at bat (plus a sac. & a HBP).
PH Lundberg  2010  She pinch hit in each game and singled in game two.
PR/PH Mendes  1100  Ran for Elam in the 5th inning of game 2. Ran the bases well and scored - but popped up in only at bat.

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A couple of corrections. They ended up ruling Romero's line shot in the first game an error - so, officially, she was 8131
And they did not give Lyons a sac on her bunt that became an E-1.  They should have - but they didn't. So that becomes 7110
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Weird note of the day. 
In game one, Knighten grounded into a double play in her first at bat.
In game two, Aviu grounded into a double play in her first at bat.

So they are averaging one GDP per game played - so far in 2019.

Oklahoma had 12 GDP in 62 games in the 2018 season.
They had just 4 GDP in 70 games in the 2017 season.
They had just 6 GDP in 65 games in the 2016 season.

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So, Vestal still eligible to redshirt after two games. What are the redshirt rules? Can they play a certain number of innings and still redshirt?
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Saturday action began at 9a local time as Sooners put 7 on the board in the 1st inning to defeat Charlotte 13-0 in 5 innings. Mariah Lopez went the distance. 14 hits, 3 HRs.

Game 4 of the tourney coming up this afternoon against Syracuse (who OU beat on Fri 6-0).

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Some notes from the Oklahoma - Charlotte game.

Mariah Lopez throws her second 1 hit shutout in two days - while striking out 10 in a five inning 13-0 win.
Lopez gave up just a bloop single with 2 outs in the third.
She struck out 3 in the 1st,  1 in the 2nd,  1 in the 3rd,  3 in the 4th  and 2 in the 5th.
She now has 22 Ks in 12 IP for the season to go along no runner getting beyond second base... 
and has struck out at least one batter in every inning.

The Sooner batters got off to a hot start in the first inning today...
when Knighten hit a three run blast over the LF wall after Clifton walked and Aviu singled.
Lyons drove in two with a double and Elam had a SF.
They sent a dozen batters to the plate in the first and put 7 runs on the board.

They followed that up with 3 runs in the second... 
when Rogers smacked a three run HR to RF - after singles from Knighten and Green.

They added another 2 runs in the third when Rogers came through with a run scoring double and Mendes had a SF.

In the 5th, Green blasted her first career HR to CF to finish the scoring.

4 Clifton  1110  CC has now reached base in her last 5 PA. Two walks and a single today.
5 Romero  3000  Hit a hard shot that was ruled an E-6.
9 Aviu  3220  A single and a double today.
DH Knighten  2123  Got the team off to a great start with that bomb in the first.
3 Green  3431  Grace is off to a great start as she is now 6 for 9 in her young career.
7 Rogers  3224  A home run, a double and a walk... and four RBI today.
8 Mendes  3121  2 for 2 plus a SF & just missed a HR with a deep foul down the RF line in her last at bat. Then got robbed of an EBH by a nice catch in LC.
2 Elam  2001  0 for 2 but she hit 2 shots to CF, the second one for a SF.
6 Lyons  3112  A two run double in the first.
PR/DH/5 Flores 2000
4 LaValley  1010  Doubled down the LF line for her first career hit.

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Alo did not start for the first time in her career at Oklahoma. She may have tweaked a muscle - and had the game off.
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<< Typically great Graham Hays piece on a couple of newcomers to Norman, "G" Juarez and Jen Rocha >> (RahOKU)


Yes, it is a good article - but Graham made an error when he wrote this... 

"And yet after eight consecutive seasons in which either Ricketts or Parker could be called on in a big moment, no program is better versed in the value of an ace."

There was actually a one season gap between Ricketts and Parker in 2014.


I really like this quote from Juarez...
"This uniform is, for me, a sign of strength," Juarez said. "Being here, it gives me a different type of feeling. It feels like home, but it also feels like somewhere I'm meant to be at this time in life."
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HLA said
”Juarez left the game after pitching 4 innings - trailing 0-1... but her team scored 6 runs in the top of the 5th to give her the W.”
Can you explain how a pitcher that was behind is given a win when her team scores runs after her last inning? Are you saying since she wasn’t technically replaced until the bottom of 5 her team was at that point ahead

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1. Credit the starting pitcher With a Win if she has pitched at least four total innings, is ahead when replaced, and if the team stays ahead for the rest of the game.

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The new pitcher didn't come in until bottom of the 5th. So she technically wasn't replaced until the then. This is the ways its always been done.
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<< Juarez left the game after pitching 4 innings - trailing 0-1... but her team scored 6 runs in the top of the 5th to give her the W. >> (me)

<< Can you explain how a pitcher that was behind is given a win when her team scores runs after her last inning? Are you saying since she wasn’t technically replaced until the bottom of 5 her team was at that point ahead >> (spazdad)


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Chester's explanation is correct. 

I would have been more easily understood if I had worded it this way...
When Juarez came off the field after the end of the 4th inning, Oklahoma trailed 0-1.
Her teammates scored six runs in the top of the fifth to give Oklahoma a 6-1 lead.
Saile came in to pitch the bottom of the fifth - with the Sooners up 6-1.
So when Saile officially replaced Juarez... Oklahoma was ahead 6-1.
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Notes from the second game on Saturday: Oklahoma beats Syracuse 9-1 in five innings..

With just a one run lead (2-1), Oklahoma sent a dozen players to the plate to score seven runs in the bottom of the 4th.
The first eight Sooner batters reached base safely in the 4th inning.
Clifton lead off with her third walk of the game - then the Sooners reeled off seven consecutive hits.
Alo hit line shot at the pitcher who got her glove up just in the nick of time to keep from being beheaded.
The ball ricocheted off her glove for a single.
Romero followed that with a line shot over the center fielder for an RBI double. 
Aviu lined an RBI single into CF.
Knighten lined a single into RC to drive in two.
Green lined a double into RC to score LaValley, who was running for Shay.
Rogers lined a single into RF to score Green.
Lundberg pinch hit for Elam and singled.

They finally retired a batter when Lyons struck out.  Clifton followed that with a pop fly out to shallow CF.
Then Alo drove in the 7th run of the inning with a single into RF.

4 Clifton  1200  Three walks.
9 Alo  3131  Three singles and a walk.
5 Romero  3112  A double and a SF.
7 Aviu  3121  Two singles and a stolen base.
DH Knighten  3022  Two singles, one a line drive - the other a bunt she beat out.
3 Green  3111  A double.
8 Rogers  2222  A home run, a single and a HBP.  She had a HR in each game today.
2 Elam  2000
6 Lyons  3010  Credited with a single when her pop up was misplayed by the catcher and fell fair.
PR LaValley  0100
PH Lundberg  1010  Singled in the 7 run 4th inning.

Oklahoma could have scored more runs early - but left the bases loaded in the 2nd and 3rd innings.
After Rogers' solo HR in the 2nd, Elam had a HR taken away by a nice play from the Syracuse left fielder.
With 2 outs, they loaded the bases... but Romero's deep drive to RF was caught near the wall.

In the third, they had the bases loaded with one out... 
but Elam popped out to third base - and Lyons ripped a line shot - but right at the left fielder.

In Alo's at bat when she nearly decapitated the pitcher... she barely missed her first HR of the season when a tremendous blast went just foul.

The team had their first errors of the season in this game. Green had a ball go off her glove in the first inning... 
and Romero rushed a throw and threw wildly to first for a two base error in the third. 
Alo also misplayed a liner in the third inning - but it was scored a triple.

Similar to her first game - when Juarez came off the field after the top of the 4th inning - Oklahoma held just a 2-1 lead.
But the offense knocked in seven runs in the bottom of the 4th to make it a 9-1 game.
Gizelle gave up 3 hits (2 singles and a questionable triple) in 4.0 IP with 2 Ks, no BB and one ER.

Saile came in to pitch the top of the fifth - and retired the side 1-2-3 with a strike out and two pop flies.
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In case anyone wants an update on the Sunday morning Oklahoma-San Diego State game...
Shannon Saile made her first start for the Sooners and pitched a 1 hit shutout with 8 Ks and 2 BB in a 9-0 five inning game.
This was Oklahoma's third 1 hit shutout out of their first 5 games. Lopez had the other two.
In all three of those shutouts - the lone hit was a single.

4 Clifton  4231  CC had a HR, a double and a single.
DH Alo  4110  She had made only 3 outs before this game - but doubled that total. She did get her first EBH (a double).
5 Romero  3220  Two singles and a SB.
7 Aviu  2110  A single and a BB.
3 Green  2101  BB
9 Rogers  2100  BB
8 Mendes  2011  A single and a BB.
2 Elam  2000
6 Lyons  2122  Grace hit her first HR - plus a single, a SF and a sac bunt.


The leading hitters after the first 5 games...

Player          BA    OBP     SLG     OPS     R   RBI    2B   HR   EBH
Knighten    .571   .625   1.000   1.625     1     5       0     1      1
Rogers       .417   .562   1.000   1.562     7     7       1     2      3
Clifton       .429   .578    .929    1.508     7     3       1     2      3
Green        .500   .611    .714    1.325     4     4       0     1      1
Alo            .571   .625    .643    1.268     3     1       1     0      1
Aviu          .500   .588    .643    1.231     6     3       2     0      2
Lyons        .333   .353    .667    1.020     3     3       2     1      3
Mendes     .500   .500    .500    1.000     2     2       0     0      0
Lundberg  .500   .500    .500    1.000     0     0       0     0      0
Romero     .353   .333    .412     .745     4     3       1     0      1
Elam         .273   .308    .364     .672     0     4       1     0      1
Flores       .125   .125    .250     .325      1     2       1     0      1

The two freshman starters (Grace Green and Grace Lyons) are both off to very nice starts.
The biggest surprise might be - that Alo only has one RBI so far.  That and just 1 EBH... and no HR.


The pitching has been done by three players.
Pitcher      G   GS    IP     ERA    H    EBH    SO    FB     BA     OBP   SLG    OPS     W-L
Lopez        2    2   12.0   0.00    2      0       22     3    .051   .119   .051   .170      2-0
Saile         3    1     9.0   0.00    3      0       15     2    .100   .156   .100   .256      1-0
Juarez       2    2     8.0   1.75    5      2        5     1     .167   .194   .333   .527      2-0



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Oklahoma has a much tougher schedule this coming weekend... 
They will play Kentucky, Notre Dame, Florida Atlantic, Florida State and Hofstra.

Will be fun to see how they do against some stiffer competition.
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Oklahoma has a much tougher schedule this coming weekend... 
They will play Kentucky, Notre Dame, Florida Atlantic, Florida State and Hofstra.

Will be fun to see how they do against some stiffer competition.


The Sooners should do well (IMO), Henry. The real test will come the following weekend at Palm Springs.
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Great updates HLA! Do you attend the games or follow on the radio? You seem to always have the stats, which is nice and as everyone knows is hard to find as OU only posts them under “game notes”
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is the freshman Vestal? injured?
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is the freshman Vestal? injured?


Non-medical redshirt.
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The live stats links are on the main oklahoma softball schedule page. http://www.soonersports.com/SportSelect.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=31000&SPID=127251&SPSID=750355
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I was pleased with the first weekend. Especially with the way that our new Grace's are hitting. 
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<< Great updates HLA! Do you attend the games or follow on the radio? You seem to always have the stats, which is nice and as everyone knows is hard to find as OU only posts them under “game notes” >> (upontop)

I go to as many as I can... and listen on the radio (or watch on tv or streaming) otherwise. 
One of the things with the stats that always bugs me a bit... is when the "official" scoring misses stuff they just shouldn't. 
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<< Oklahoma has a much tougher schedule this coming weekend... 
They will play Kentucky, Notre Dame, Florida Atlantic, Florida State and Hofstra.
Will be fun to see how they do against some stiffer competition. >> (me)

<< The Sooners should do well (IMO), Henry. The real test will come the following weekend at Palm Springs. >> (scrybe)


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I understand your point - that the following weekend may be the tougher one.
But that is actually debatable. 

This week - Oklahoma plays two teams ranked among the top 25 on Thursday:
Kentucky (ranked as high as #18)
and Notre Dame (ranked as high as #24).

Then they play Florida State (ranked #1 in two of the polls) Friday at Noon.
And they finish with a game against Hofstra (ranked as high as #34).

So that is four solid opponents (one at #1) in three days.

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The following weekend - we play UCLA (ranked #1 in two polls) on Friday night...
and then Arizona (ranked #9 in three polls) on Saturday night. 
Then they play Cal State Fullerton (ranked as high as #38) at 11 am on Sunday.

So what is tougher..?  
Playing two top 25 teams on day one - followed by playing #1 the next day?
Or playing #1 Friday night - followed by #9 the next night..?

Both should be very good tests... and I am looking forward to seeing how Oklahoma does against this much better competition.
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Great updates HLA! Do you attend the games or follow on the radio? You seem to always have the stats, which is nice and as everyone knows is hard to find as OU only posts them under “game notes”



I have always wondered why they have never had the STATS button on their site... [confused]

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<< Oklahoma has a much tougher schedule this coming weekend... 
They will play Kentucky, Notre Dame, Florida Atlantic, Florida State and Hofstra.
Will be fun to see how they do against some stiffer competition. >> (me)

<< The Sooners should do well (IMO), Henry. The real test will come the following weekend at Palm Springs. >> (scrybe)


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I understand your point - that the following weekend may be the tougher one.
But that is actually debatable. 

This week - Oklahoma plays two teams ranked among the top 25 on Thursday:
Kentucky (ranked as high as #18)
and Notre Dame (ranked as high as #24).

Then they play Florida State (ranked #1 in two of the polls) Friday at Noon.
And they finish with a game against Hofstra (ranked as high as #34).

So that is four solid opponents (one at #1) in three days.

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The following weekend - we play UCLA (ranked #1 in two polls) on Friday night...
and then Arizona (ranked #9 in three polls) on Saturday night. 
Then they play Cal State Fullerton (ranked as high as #38) at 11 am on Sunday.

So what is tougher..?  
Playing two top 25 teams on day one - followed by playing #1 the next day?
Or playing #1 Friday night - followed by #9 the next night..?

Both should be very good tests... and I am looking forward to seeing how Oklahoma does against this much better competition.


LOL, Henry.

I wasn't belittling the teams we play this weekend. They are, as you stated, highly ranked, competitive teams. And for those fully invested in the accuracy of the national polls, yes, they should be every bit as tough as the teams we'll see at Mary Nutter.

While teams like Florida State, Kentucky and Notre Dame are fully capable of beating us on a given day, I feel confident that the Sooners have superior talent to each of those teams. If we perform to our potential, we should win every game. However, teams like Arizona, and especially UCLA, are power programs and are close to our equal talent-wise (some would say they're more talented), and our margin for error against those teams is much smaller.

I hope we are still unbeaten after these next two weekends, but I know it's unlikely we will be. But I still believe our chances of losing a game – even two – are greater against the competition at Mary Nutter.
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LOL, Henry.

I wasn't belittling the teams we play this weekend. They are, as you stated, highly ranked, competitive teams. And for those fully invested in the accuracy of the national polls, yes, they should be every bit as tough as the teams we'll see at Mary Nutter.

While teams like Florida State, Kentucky and Notre Dame are fully capable of beating us on a given day, I feel confident that the Sooners have superior talent to each of those teams. If we perform to our potential, we should win every game. However, teams like Arizona, and especially UCLA, are power programs and are close to our equal talent-wise (some would say they're more talented), and our margin for error against those teams is much smaller.

I hope we are still unbeaten after these next two weekends, but I know it's unlikely we will be. But I still believe our chances of losing a game – even two – are greater against the competition at Mary Nutter.


Florida state is plenty talented enough to beat the sooners. They may not, but to think they don't have a competitive level of talent is selling short the 2018 national champs (admittedly without their best hitter and number 2 pitcher from last year). I think they are more of a threat, in general, than AZ.   
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Florida state is plenty talented enough to beat the sooners. They may not, but to think they don't have a competitive level of talent is selling short the 2018 national champs (admittedly without their best hitter and number 2 pitcher from last year). I think they are more of a threat, in general, than AZ.   


This from someone who made fun of the pollsters for making FSU their preseason No. 1.
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<< Florida state is plenty talented enough to beat the sooners. They may not, but to think they don't have a competitive level of talent is selling short the 2018 national champs (admittedly without their best hitter and number 2 pitcher from last year). I think they are more of a threat, in general, than AZ. >> (cjs4585)


I agree with cjs.  If King is pitching - and is having a great day - she can beat any team.
The same with Garcia - when we play UCLA.
These are the two toughest tests for Oklahoma among the games that we have been discussing (the games in the next 2 weeks).
Arizona is a top 15 team (and also will be a good test), but they are not as strong as UCLA or FSU when their aces are pitching.

Don't get me wrong... McQuillin could shutout Oklahoma on a great day (she did it last year).
But I'd much rather face her - than Garcia or King... at their best.
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This from someone who made fun of the pollsters for making FSU their preseason No. 1.


I was making fun of the laziness of putting them there by default without examining the fact they lost some significant pieces without obvious replacements. That doesn't mean they aren't talented. King was a 1-woman wrecking crew in the wcws and they have a very good lineup even without Warren.

I dont think it would be an upset for FSU to beat the Sooners (or anyone else) in a single game. I also think that overall, they are not the deepest team especially with their unproven freshmen pitchers, and therefore dont belong number 1.
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