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NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma rallied twice to sweep a doubleheader from California State University Bakersfield in college baseball in Norman.
The Sooners won Saturday’s first game 17-4 and the second game 4-3.
OU trailed 4-0 in game one before tying the score with two runs in the fourth and single runs in the fifth and sixth before exploding for a 10-run seventh inning.
The Sooner rallied from a 3-2 deficit in game two with a two-run eighth inning to claim the win.
OU improves to 23-10 with the wins while CSU Bakersfield falls to 11-19.
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