By the tweets: Oklahoma State shuts down Arizona

Posted at 12:29 AM, Jun 21, 2016

Oklahoma State came to the College World Series ready to pitch. 

The Cowboys beat Arizona 1-0 on Monday at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha to remain undefeated at the 2016 College World Series. 

The teams came into the game pretty loose following a 2:21 rain delay. Both teams stayed entertained during the delay. Arizona's lucky charm took questions. 

The Cowboys, meanwhile, discussed LeBron James and Clayton Kershaw. Team dinosaur Utropolis surely is in there somewhere.

Even the ESPN crew made use of the time.

But once the game got going, both starting pitchers were ready. Bobby Dalbec took the mound for the Wildcats and Tyler Buffett started for the Cowboys. The duo tossed zeroes with the help of some stellar defense. This one might make SportsCenter. 

Oklahoma State notched a run in the fourth after Garrett Benge knocked a single to score Donnie Walton. 

And that was it for the offense, but the lack of runs came in part because of some great defense on both sides. Buffett dominated. It figures someone named Buffett would do well in Omaha. 

Dalbec, meanwhile, also had a gem with 12 strikeouts in eight innings. Still, it wasn't enough as the Cowboys tossed the first back-to-back shutouts to start a College World Series. This seems official.