By JEFF LATZKE
AP Sports Writer
OKLAHOMA CITY -- One year after squandering a lead with the national championship on the line, Oklahoma comes rolling into the Women's College World Series as the favorite to win this year's NCAA softball title and the toast of the sport.
The Sooners (52-4) lead the nation in scoring, they have the best earned-run average and they arrive at college softball's premiere event after clobbering their way through the opening rounds of the NCAA tournament. Both of their super regional victories came via the run rule, as did two of their three wins in regional play.
Oklahoma even had two of the three national player of the year finalists, with Keilani Ricketts repeating in front of slugging teammate Lauren Chamberlain.
But as the World Series begins Thursday, coach Patty Gasso isn't putting the Sooners head and shoulders above the competition.
"Anybody can do it. If it was supposed to be Oklahoma's, we wouldn't be sitting he...