IT’S A Red River showdown in the Women’s College World Series as Texas meets rival Oklahoma.
The rival schools go head-to-head in a three-game championship series to decide an intriguing playoff series.
Oklahoma is No. 1 and eager to beat the Texas Longhorns.
But Texas isn’t quite ready for the end of its fairy tale as they become the first unseeded team ever to reach the championship series.
Here’s how to watch this week’s showdown.
What TV channel is it on?
ESPN will be showing the entire series of finals this week.
The first game on Wednesday airs at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN and will be streamed on ESPN+.
Game two on Thursday night starts an hour earlier on ESPN2 and ESPN+.
If there is a third game, it will be on Friday night.
What is the serial format?
Texas and Oklahoma clash in a best-of-three game series to determine the champions.
If the teams are 1-1 after Wednesday and Thursday, there will be a decider three on Friday evening.
What has happened so far in the playoffs?
Twelve teams started June 2 in the Women’s College World Series with 14 games played so far.
Oklahoma made it through their side of the bracket with a 13-2 win over Northwestern and a 7-2 win over finals opponents Texas.
They also beat UCLA with a combined score of 18-7 in two games in the semifinals.
Texas defeated UCLA in their first round game before losing to Oklahoma.
They rebounded, defeating Arizona 5-2 and then defeating Oklahoma State by an aggregate score of 11-5 in their two-game semifinal series.
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