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Ole Miss defeats Oklahoma to win first CWS title

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Mississippi stormed back in the bottom of the eighth inning with three runs, beating Oklahoma 4-2 and winning the first College World Series in school history on Sunday afternoon in Omaha, Nevada.

One of the last four teams invited to the NCAA Baseball Tournament, Olemis (50-23), was after right-handed Brandon Johnson defeated Oklahoma's Sebastian Orduno to finish the match. Enjoyed a noisy celebration in the field. The rebels piled up on Johnson near the mound after sweeping the Snurs with consecutive victories in the Best 3 Series.

Rebels have gathered in a wild way to become a CWS Championship game after 8 innings since the 2000 LSU, reflecting an unexpected climb to the championship. Became the first team to win. Rallyed in the past against Stanford.

"As you can imagine, a lot of things were involved and there were many great teams over the years. I was really disappointed that I wasn't here many times," said the rebel manager. Mike Bianco then told ESPN. "But this is — many people who have been wearing uniforms for 22 years own some of this.

" But most go to these people. You are one. We talked about our story throughout the week, and I've never seen a group of children who are more elastic, more relentless, and of course (I) super, super proud. "

When Jacob Gonzales rips a single to the right fielder to even out the score, Ole Miss finished in 8th place 2-1.

Mississippi then recorded a series of wild pitches by Snurs' right-handed Trevin Michael. Justin Bench went home in the first wild pitch to 3-2, and Gonzales sprinted two batters home, giving Ole Miss a two-run lead.

Oklahoma (45-24) couldn't force the definitive Game 3 for the third championship in school history. The Snurs won the title in 1951 and 1994.

When Gonzales hit Solohomer to the right and gave Oremis a 1-0 lead, the game was scoreless until the bottom of the sixth inning.

Oklahoma responded with two runs at the top of the top of the seventh inning. Jackson Nicklaus double-hit the RBI in the center left field to score a score, and Kendal Pettis took a walk with walks to put the Snurs on top.

Ole Miss's right-handed Dylan De Lucia has been named the tournament's best player.

– Field-level media