Speech to Text for Beavers beat Bulldogs 12-2
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us now with a recap. jim holder/omaha, ne: "on friday, oregon state became the second team in college world series history to score at least eleven runs in three consecutive games here in omaha, for mississippi state, their first loss of this year's college world series after winning the first two games." justin foscue/msu third baseman: "i mean, they're just a good ballclub, they've got a lot of great guys in their lineup that can have high averages, and we made good pitches, but they made better swings on it, and they did that throughout the whole game, and we just couldn't catch up, they were just very consistent throughout the game, and they put up a lot of runs, we just couldn't catch him." gary henderson/msu head coach: "yeah, it's a really talented group, you gotta be on, you gotta do a really good job of getting ahead and staying down and mixing pitches, and we just didn't do a very good job of that." luke alexander/msu shortstop: "i'd say we're pretty good in elimination games so far this year, so we're just gonna go ahead and look forward to that game, forget about this game, and just move on." jim holder/omaha, ne: "by the way, gary henderson says ethan small will start on the mound for the diamond dogs on saturday. small was making some news, even though he wasn't pitching, on friday. he was hit during batting practice on his arm, but small says he's good to go for saturday." ethan small/expected to start saturday: "aw, i was good to go today. i would have been fine, anyway. at this point, it's me goingthere competing for my team, i don't care when it is, i just wanna win." jim holder/omaha, ne: "so mississippi state faces elimination on saturday, but the diamond dogs are 5-0 so far in the ncaa tournament when facing elimination, so you could say perhaps the bulldogs have the beavers right where they want them. we'll see. reporting from omaha, jim holder, wtva 9 sports." that's sports, we're back