Speech to Text for Oregon State beats Mississippi State 5-2
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on their journey. standard ." jim holder/omaha, ne: "good evening from td ameritrade park in omaha, i'm jim holder. the college world series resumes on monday, but mississippi state's season ended saturday with a 5-2 loss to oregon state. still, what a great season it was for the diamond dogs and what all they had to overcome, andy cannizaro's dismissal, a 2-7 sec record to start, construction at dudy noble field all season kept the diamond dogs away from home a good bit of the year, but they overcame all the adversity to get to omaha, and after the game, coaches and players had these comments." gary henderson/msu head coach: "well, in a lot of ways, it's been unbelievably rewarding, we were humiliated early in the year, i've said that before, and i meant it, and i still mean it, we were in a spot that was hard, you find yourself really challenged in life, you turn to those that are close to you, and see if they can help you make something of where you are, and those kids did, and those families did, and our assistant coaches did." rowdey jordan/msu left fielder: "it was a blast, especially with what we overcame, not just the coaching situation, but also, 2-7 in the sec, there's one point where you're, fans are thinking, are we gonna make the sec tournament, we scratched and clawed our way in the sec tournament, we got beat, but, we made it to the postseason, fought there, got out of the regional, went to the super regional, had a helluva series against vanderbilt, and made it here, it was just an amazing season, honestly." cole gordon/msu pitcher: "these guys are gonna fight all year, and they fought to the last pitch, that's why we were here, every game in the regional and super regional is a pitch away every time, and we were there again, couldn't be proud of these guys and what they did and how they fought, never seen a team do something like that, and to be a part of it is something special, i'll never forget it." jake mangum/msu center fielder: "a lot of fun to watch, but you keep thinking, this is the year, after everything we've been through, this is the year we're gonna bring the first national championship to starkville, and we came up short, three runs short, second-best finish in program history." elijah macnamee/msu right fielder: "losing your head coach after the first three games is tough, that just goes to show you how we are as players, we grind, and we fight for each other, and it didn't end the way we wanted to at all, but we will be here, back next year, we will win the national championship next year, mark my words." jim holder/omaha, ne: "msu ends the season with a 39-29 record. of course, the college world series resumes with the championship series on monday night with oregon state facing arkansas. that'll wrap up our coverage from the college world series. reporting from omaha, jim holder, wtva 9 sports." thanks jim, safe travels. fulton native and former msu golfer ally mcdonald