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Bruins Look For Magic One More Time In Oklahoma City

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<em>Megan Langenfeld, Lauren Mirabal, and Julie Burney are just one win away. Photo Credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/uclasoftball/3321412639/" target="new">UCLA Softball (flickr) </a></em>
Megan Langenfeld, Lauren Mirabal, and Julie Burney are just one win away. Photo Credit: UCLA Softball (flickr)

Not sure what else to say about last night's Bruin magic in Oklahoma City. If you read our game thread following UCLA's (49-11) heart-stopping 6-5 win in the first game against arch rival Arizona in this year's Championship Series, it would give you an idea. That was UCLA's softball most "epic battle" in the program's incredible history. No, I am not saying it. That is coming from none other than John Wooden of softball - Coach Sue Enquist - who was at the game.

Megan Langenfield was the hero. Her pitching gave out in the top of the 7th. Thanks to some Arizona mistakes and clutch hitting from her team-mates, the Bruins got a second life and she pounced on it. Not sure who is going to pitch tonight. Whoever it is, hopefully she can carry on the spirit (perhaps boosted by Coach) to one more "Bru-Win." The first pitch is scheduled for 5 am PST. You should be able to track the action on ESPN2HD and online at ESPN3.com.You can also follow via Gametracker and live audio on UCLABruins.com. Let's hope the Bruins can bring home number 106.

GO BRUINS.