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OU Begins Two Game Mid-Week Set Against Arkansas-Pine Bluff - Games Televised By Cox

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At 20-3 overall and 3-1 in conference play the Oklahoma Sooners are sitting second in the Big 12 baseball standings. They'll have the opportunity to change that this weekend when third place Texas comes to Norman and first place Kansas State travels to Lubbock to take on Texas Tech. First though, Oklahoma must deal with Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

2010 Big 12 Baseball Standings
Big 12 Pct Overall Pct
Kansas State 3-0 1.000 19-3 .864
Oklahoma 3-1 .750 20-3 .870
Texas 4-2 .667 18-6 .750
Texas A&M 4-2 .667 17-6 .739
Kansas 2-1 .667 15-9 .625
Nebraska 2-4 .333 12-11 .522
Texas Tech 2-4 .333 12-14 .462
Missouri 1-2 .333 13-8 .619
Baylor 1-3 .250 13-9 .591
Oklahoma State 0-3 .000 14-6 .700
As of March 29, 02:02 PM CT

Anything could happen once a game starts but this series should be nothing more than a confidence booster and additional batting practice for the Sooners. The Bulls are 3-12 on the season and their starting pitchers for the series, Gregory Daiville and Brad Tarter are a combined 0-4 with ERAs of 17.18 and 29.84 respectfully. No, that isn't a misprint.

Both games in the series will be broadcast locally by Cox Communications. First pitch in both games is set for 7:00. You can catch the action live on Cox Channel 3 in both the Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas.