Texas’ Pitching Troubles Lead to Series Sweep Against Oklahoma State


Entering their series against Oklahoma State, Texas had a 9-6 conference record and had won five straight games, looking to keep up in the Big 12 title race as well as host a regional come June. Now, however, following an ugly sweep at the hands of the Cowboys, the Longhorns are likely out of the Big 12 race and saw their chances of hosting a regional diminish greatly. 

Hodo OSU

Doug Hodo

Hansen OSU

Pete Hansen

Gordon OSU

Lucas Gordon

Game 1: Texas 6 Oklahoma State 8

What was billed as a potential pitching duel between Texas’ Pete Hansen and Oklahoma State’s Justin Campbell would instead be an offensive shootout. Neither Hansen nor Campbell would factor into the decision, as Campbell only lasted four innings allowing four runs while Hansen lasted seven innings but gave up six runs in the process. 

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