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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | June 20, 2016

College World Series: How Arizona, Oklahoma State spent their rain delay

Baseball teams always find interesting ways to stay loose during rain delays. Arizona and Oklahoma State are no exception to this as they awaited their winner's bracket game in the College World Series to get out of a rain delay.

Arizona players decided to practice their interview skills by talking with ESPN's Kaylee Hartung and holding a mini press conference with rally mascot Spiderman

Oklahoma State, meanwhile, appeared to have traded their cleats for bowling shoes. The Pokes also had a photo shoot in the dugout.

The Wildcats also took a trip up to the pressbox to hang out with the ESPN broadcast crew, who had a little rain delay fun of their own:

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