The University of Oklahoma baseball team will make its home away from home on FloBaseball over the course of the next two weeks, beginning with Tuesday's midweek matchup against Stephen F. Austin at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
The Sooners will play nine straight games — from Feb. 23 through March 7 — on Flo, including back-to-back appearances in #BestOutsideOfOmaha tournaments, the Round Rock Classic and Frisco Classic, respectively.
In Round Rock, OU will face Auburn and Texas A&M from the SEC, followed by Big 12 rival Baylor in the weekend finale on Sunday, Feb. 28.
After that, Skip Johnson's bunch will head north on I-35 for four more days in Frisco, where Oklahoma will meet Arizona for a back-to-back, followed by Missouri on Saturday and Dallas Baptist on Sunday, March 7.
For Sooner fans interested in a one month subscription to the platform, the cost per game comes to just $3.33.
Oklahoma is off to a 1-1 start in 2021 after splitting with Omaha in its season-opening series at L. Dale Mitchell Park. Preseason All-American Peyton Graham is hitting .375 (3-for-8) with a double and a pair of runs scored. Senior Conor McKenna leads the team in RBI thanks to a pinch hit grand slam in Monday's victory over the Mavericks.
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