Gray, who refused to blame a recent bout with strep throat, struggled with his command and lasted just five innings, allowing three runs and taking just his second loss of the season.
“It seemed like everything that could have gone bad went bad for me,” Gray said. “I take full credit for that loss. I didn't give us a strong start.”
Outside of second baseman Hector Lorenzana, who has five of OU's six RBIs in the series, the Sooners haven't hit, either.
“To me, it's real simple,” Golloway said. “If we want to go on and play in postseason, we're going to have to play a lot better than we're playing right now.
“We're not playing good enough to get to a Super Regional. We're not playing good enough to get to Omaha. And if we want to do those things, we have to play better. And we understand that as a team.”