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Programs for ESPNU on Sunday, June 7, 2020
12:00 AM
Cheerleading & Dance Competitions National High School Cheerleading Championship: Division I All Girl Large from ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Reunion, Fla. Varsity, junior varsity, junior high and varsity co-ed squads are sorted into categories to compete in non-tumbling, recreational, non-building and cheer.
12:30 AM
College Football Texas A&M Aggies at Clemson Tigers from Memorial Stadium No. 1 Clemson beat No. 12 Texas A&M last year, 28-26, behind two TDs from Kelly Bryant; Kellen Mond threw for 430 yards and three touchdowns in the loss.
3:30 AM
College Football LSU Tigers at Alabama Crimson Tide from Bryant-Denny Stadium Alabama has won the past eight meetings with LSU, including a 29-0 victory last season, as QB Tua Tagovailoa accounted for 344 yards and three TDs. Brad Nessler(Commentator), Gary Danielson(Commentator), Jamie Erdahl(Commentator)
6:00 AM
NCAA Women's College World Series Championship: California Golden Bears vs UCLA Bruins from Don Porter Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City California, the defending champion, defeated the Bruins in 10 innings in Game 4, 7-3; UCLA swept Texas in the semifinals with a 2-1 triumph in Game 14.
8:00 AM
2009 NCAA Women's College World Series WCWS Finals, Game 2: Florida Gators vs Washington Huskies from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City Washington is one victory away from claiming its first national title after earning an 8-0 victory over Florida in Game 1, as Danielle Lawrie had 12 strikeouts.
10:00 AM
College Softball 2001 NCAA Tournament: Championship: UCLA Bruins vs Arizona Wildcats from Oklahoma City, Okla. UCLA advanced to the title game after a 6-0 victory over LSU; Arizona won two of three meetings during the season and is coming off a 1-0 win against Stanford.
12:00 PM
2019 NCAA Women's College World Series Game 13: Alabama Crimson Tide vs Oklahoma Sooners from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City Winner advances to the Championship Finals on June 3; Oklahoma seeks its sixth national title after winning three of the past six championships. Adam Amin(Commentator), Amanda Scarborough(Commentator), Tiffany Greene(Commentator)
2:00 PM
College Wrestling Oklahoma Sooners at Oklahoma State Cowboys from Gallagher-Iba Arena Oklahoma features No. 7 Dom Demas (141) and No. 12 Anthony Mantanona (174); No. 10 Oklahoma State took seven of 10 bouts to claim the Dec. 15 match, 23-9.
4:00 PM
College Football 2019 Big 12 Championship: Baylor Bears vs Oklahoma Sooners from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas No. 6-ranked Oklahoma, which seeks its fifth-straight Big 12 title, overcame a 25-point deficit to defeat No. 7-ranked Baylor, 34-31, on Nov. 16. Sean McDonough(Commentator), Todd Blackledge(Commentator), Holly Rowe(Commentator)
7:00 PM
College Softball St. Pete Clearwater Elite Invitational: Alabama Crimson Tide vs Oklahoma State Cowgirls from Eddie C. Moore Complex in Clearwater, Fla. No. 2 Alabama dropped two games vs. No. 9 Florida State at the Joanne Graf Classic; No. 13 Oklahoma State began season 2-2 at the Tiger Classic.
9:00 PM
Women's College Gymnastics Oklahoma Sooners at Alabama Crimson Tide from Coleman Coliseum Oklahoma won last year's dual, 198.275-197.250, posting at least a 49.525 on each event; Alabama tallied a 196.025, but dropped its first outing at Auburn.
10:30 PM
College Basketball Oklahoma State Cowboys at Oklahoma Sooners from Lloyd Noble Center Oklahoma has won 10 of the past 12 meetings, including a 70-61 triumph on Jan. 23, 2019, as Jamal Bieniemy scored 17 points in just his second career start.
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