How to watch Texas softball vs. Oklahoma: TV channel, streaming info for series finale

Can No. 4 Texas softball upset No. 1 OU for the second game in a row to close out the last Big 12 series between these teams?
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After head coach Mike White and No. 4 Texas softball upset the No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners at home at Red and Charline McCombs Field in Austin on April 6, the series finale awaits on Sunday afternoon. Texas has a shot at beating Oklahoma in a three-game series for the first time since the 2009 season.

White and the Longhorns defeated Oklahoma in a close game 2-1 on April 6. Texas rallied behind a few big hits in the bottom of the fourth inning to score the eventual game-winning run on a double by Katie Stewart.

Texas's win on April 6 handed the Sooners just their second loss of the season. Oklahoma's only other loss on the campaign was a one-run loss against the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns during non-conference play.

Texas enters the series finale against Oklahoma with a record of 30-6 (10-4 Big 12). A win over Oklahoma (35-2, 13-1 Big 12) could potentially get White and the Longhorns within 1.5 games of the leading Sooners in the conference standings.

Depending on what happens in the series finale between the No. 6 Oklahoma State Cowgirls and Houston Cougars to cap the weekend, Texas could become tied for second place in the Big 12 standings with a win over Oklahoma.

Here's a look at the TV/streaming information and game time for No. 4 Texas against No. 1 Oklahoma in the series finale at McCombs Field in Austin on April 7.

How to watch Texas softball vs. Oklahoma

TV: Longhorn Network

Live Stream: Watch ESPN

Radio/Audio Stream: Texas Sports free audio broadcast

Live Stats: Sidearm Stats

Game Time: 1 p.m. CT

The series finale between Texas and Oklahoma on April 7 will be broadcast live on Longhorn Network.

Beth Mowins, Michele Smith, and Jessica Mendoza are calling the action live for all three games in the series this weekend between the Longhorns and Sooners. Andrew Haynes is calling the action live on the Longhorn Radio Network broadcast free on

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