There may be good news for OU’s softball challengers like Texas and OSU | The Jenni Carlson Show

There may be good news for OU’s softball challengers like Texas and OSU | The Jenni Carlson Show

The Sooners’ winning streak could run deep into the season, but D1Softball’s Justin McLeod says they look less dominant

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

| Feb 29, 2024, 4:30pm CST

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

Feb 29, 2024, 4:30pm CST

D1Softball’s Justin McLeod has already seen dozens of games in person even though the college softball season is only three weeks old. He has been particularly impressed by three teams, including Oklahoma State. As for Oklahoma? McLeod sees signs that the Sooners might not be as dominant this season. Of course, the program has set that bar pretty high. McLeod talks about all that and much more on The Jenni Carlson Show.

Episode highlights:

3:55: The teams that have been most impressive so far this season.

5:25: What was with all the runs scored a couple weeks ago in Clearwater?

7:45: Does OU look less dominant than the past few seasons?

10:10: Why OU’s win streak will continue and what might bring it to an end

12:15: What stands out about OSU and Texas?

15:45: Teams that you’d bet your car on to make the Women’s College World Series

19:20: What players not named Reese Atwood have stood out?

21:20: How has the addition of the pitch clock affected games so far?

22:35: What does the opening of Love’s Field mean for college softball?

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