Oklahoma softball clears Texas to rehash as Women's College World Series champion...

Oklahoma conveyed the message right off the bat in the game that its prevailing season wasn't going to end....

Shy of a compass in the Women's College World Series title series.It just took some time for every other person to know it.

Jayda Coleman felt it, subsequent to denying Texas, Courtney Day of what would've been a three-run homer in the primary inning.

So did Jordy Bahl, giving out one of her basic shouts to access the circle ....

As she watched Coleman pull in the ball that appeared to be bound to clear the divider in left-focus....

Sooners mentor Patty Gasso did in the OU hole. So did Longhorns mentor Mike White...

Observing weakly from simply off third base as his hitters slammed the ball over the field yet could oversee two first-inning runs.

The Sooners didn't tie the game for 45 minutes. Didn't start to lead the pack for around 80 minutes.

In any case, Coleman's initial heroics set the vibe in OU's possible 10-5 win over Texas that gave the Sooners (59-3) their 6th public title and second successive.

"I have seen Jayda do that again and again practically speaking....

Yet when it's in a game and she has you covered, as well as every other person on our protection.....

That stuff fires me up more than any strikeout at any point will," Bahl said.