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Sunday
Mar022014

Oklahoma State Upsets (5) Kansas, 72-65

Joe Robbins/Getty Images(STILLWATER, Okla.) -- Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart took his team on his back and scored 20 of his 21 points in the second half to upset No. 5 Kansas on Saturday, 72-65.

Smart struggled in the first half, but went after shot blocker Joel Embiid in the second.

"I was always taught that you've got to attack the shot blocker," Smart said. "You've got to attack his body and chop him down a little bit. Take his legs from under him and that makes him a little shorter."

Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford had confidence that Smart would be able to get things going after the first half.

"After the game, I told him he's a piece of work," Ford said. "You have to stick with him, because he's going to make plays. He's a competitor. That's what he did. He was huge down the stretch."

Markel Brown chipped in with 21 of his own points and Le'Bryan Nash added 16 in the victory.

"What's frustrating to me is we had the game where we wanted it and then we didn't make competitive plays down the stretch to give us the best chance to win," Kansas head coach Bill Self said after the loss.

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Monday
Feb172014

Scoreboard Roundup - 2/17/14

Getty Images/Hemera(NEW YORK) --  Men's College Basketball:  North Carolina 81 (18-7) - Florida State 75 (15-11)

Baylor 70 (17-9) - Oklahoma State 64 (16-10) OT

Top 25 Women's College Basketball:  (2) Notre Dame 87 (25-0) - Georgia Tech 72 (17-9)

(7) Duke 84 (23-3) - (8) Maryland 63 (20-5)

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Sunday
Feb092014

Smart Suspended Three Games for Shoving Fan

(NEW YORK) -- Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart has been suspended three games by the Big 12 for shoving a fan at the end of the Cowboys' 65-61 loss to Texas Tech Saturday night.

The incident occurred with 6.2 seconds left in the game, with Oklahoma State down by two points. Texas Tech's Jaye Crockett was attempting to throw down a dunk on a breakaway when Smart fouled him from behind, sending the Cowboys' guard into the stands. Smart was being helped up when a fan said something to him, and Smart turned around and shoved him. Smart received a technical foul for the incident but was not ejected.

Oklahoma State head coach Travis Ford, athletic director Mike Holder and Smart held a press conference to discuss the incident on Sunday. 

"I want to apologize to the fan, whose name is Jeff Orr. I want to apologize to him. I want to apologize to my teammates, to my coaching staff, Coach Ford, my family, Oklahoma State University," Smart said. "This is not how I (conduct) myself, this is not how this program is run. This is not how I was raised. I let my emotions get the best of me."

Smart is the No. 6 prospect in ESPN NBA Insider Chad Ford's 2014 NBA Draft rankings. 

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Sunday
Feb092014

Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart Shoves Fan in Loss 

Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images Sport(LUBBOCK, Texas) --  Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart shoved a fan in the final seconds of the No. 19 Cowboys' 65-61 loss to Texas Tech on Saturday night.

With 6.2 seconds remaining on the clock, Smart attempted to block Jaye Crockett's dunk attempt from behind.  He stumbled out of bounds behind the basket and appeared to exchange words with a fan in the front row before lunging for the fan and pushing him.

Smart had to be pulled away by players and coaches and was assessed a technical foul but was not ejected.

Oklahoma State (16-7, 4-6 Big 12) lost their fourth straight game.  After the game head coach Travis Ford declined to discuss the incident because he did not see what happened and didn't want to comment without seeing video of it.

The Big 12 plans to investigate the matter on Sunday.  Oklahoma State next plays at Texas on Tuesday night.

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Saturday
Feb012014

Scoreboard Roundup - 2/1/14

Getty Images/HemeraNHL: Boston Bruins 4 (35-16-3, 73 pts) - Edmonton Oilers 0 (18-33-6, 42 pts)

Tampa Bay Lightning 2 (32-18-5, 69 pts) - Montreal Canadiens 1 (29-20-6, 64 pts) - Overtime

Colorado Avalanche 7 (35-14-5, 75 pts) - Buffalo Sabres 1 (15-31-8, pts)

Philadelphia Flyers 2 (27-23-6, 60 pts) - Los Angeles Kings 0 (30-21-6, 66 pts)

Columbus Blue Jackets 4 (28-23-4, 60 pts) - Florida Panthers 1 (21-27-7, 49 pts)

Toronto Maple Leafs 6 (30-21-6, 66 pts) - Ottawa Senators 3 (24-21-10, 58 pts)

Phoenix Coyotes 3 (26-19-10, 62 pts) - Pittsburgh Penguins 1 (38-15-2, 78 pts)

St. Louis Blues 4 (37-12-5, 79 pts) - Nashville Predators 3 (25-23-9, 59 pts) - Shootout

Dallas Stars 2 (25-21-9, 59 pts) - Anaheim Ducks 0 (40-12-5, 85 pts)

Calgary Flames 4 (21-27-7, 49 pts) - Minnesota Wild 3 (29-21-7, 65 pts) - Overtime

San Jose Sharks 2 (35-15-6, 76 pts) - Chicago Blackhawks 1 (33-10-14, 80 pts) - Shootout

NBA: Washington Wizards 96 (23-23) - Oklahoma City Thunder 81 (38-11)

Indiana Pacers 97 (36-10) - Brooklyn Nets 96 (20-25)

Atlanta Hawks 120 (25-21) - Minnesota Timberwolves 113 (23-24)

Detroit Pistons 113 (19-27) - Philadelphia 76ers 96 (15-33)

New Orleans Pelicans 88 (20-26) - Chicago Bulls 79 (23-23)

Houston Rockets 106 (32-17) - Cleveland Cavaliers 92 (16-31)

Memphis Grizzlies 99 (26-20) - Milwaukee Bucks 90 (8-39)

Miami Heat 106 (33-13) - New York Knicks 91 (19-28)

San Antonio Spurs 95 (34-13) - Sacramento Kings 93 (15-32)

Phoenix Suns 105 (29-18) - Charlotte Bobcats 95 (21-28)

Portland Trail Blazers 106 (34-13) - Toronto Raptors 103 (25-22)

Los Angeles Clippers 102 (34-16) - Utah Jazz 87 (16-31)

NCAAB: California 60 (15-7) - (1) Arizona 58 (21-1)

(2) Syracuse 91 (21-0) - (17) Duke 89 (17-5) - Overtime

(3) Florida 69 (19-2) - Texas A&M 36 (12-9)

(4) Wichita State 81 (23-0) - Evansville 67 (10-13)

(5) San Diego State 65 (19-1) - Colorado State 56 (12-10)

(25) Texas 81 (17-4) - (6) Kansas 69 (16-5)

Georgetown 64 (12-9) - (7) Michigan State 60 (19-3)

Baylor 76 (14-7) - (8) Oklahoma State 70 (16-5)

(9) Villanova 90 (19-2) - Temple 74 (6-14)

(11) Kentucky 84 (16-5) - Missouri 79 (16-5)

(12) Louisville 87 (18-4) - UCF 70 (9-10)

(24) Ohio State 59 (17-5) - (14) Wisconsin 58 (17-5)

(15) Iowa 81 (17-5) - Illinois 74 (13-9)

(16) Iowa State 81 (16-4) - (23) Oklahoma 75 (17-5)

(19) Saint Louis 87 (20-2) - George Mason 81 (7-14) - Overtime

Saint Joseph's 73 (15-6) - (21) Massachusetts 68 (17-4)

SMU 87 (17-5) - (22) Memphis 72 (16-5) 

 

Saturday
Feb012014

Baylor Upsets (8) Oklahoma State, 76-70

Mitchell Layton/Getty Images(STILLWATER, Okla.) -- After a disappointing start to the season, the Baylor Bears picked up arguably their best win of the season after defeating eighth-ranked Oklahoma State 76-70 on Saturday.

It was just Baylor's second win of the season against Big-12 opponents, and now sit at 14-7 on the season. It also ended their five-game losing streak.

Guard Brady Heslip scored a season-high 20 points in the win while forward Rico Gathers chipped in 14 points. Forward Cory Jefferson scored 11 points but pulled down 13 rebounds.

This is a tough loss for the Cowboys despite solid games from their starters.

Guard Markel Brown led Oklahoma State with 24 points. Point guard Marcus Smart shot just 3-14 from the floor, but did score 15 points to go along with 7 assists and 6 rebounds. Forward Le'Bryan Nash added 19 points in the loss as well.

With the loss, Oklahoma State now sits at sixth in the Big-12 with a 4-4 conference record.

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Tuesday
Jan282014

(23) Oklahoma Routs (8) Oklahoma State 88-76

ThinkStock (NORMAN, Okla.) --  Ryan Spangler had 15 points and 17 rebounds as No. 23 Oklahoma routed No. 8 Oklahoma State 88-76 on Monday night.

Jordan Woodard added 18 points for the Sooners (17-4, 6-2 Big 12), who won their fourth straight game. They also defeated a ranked conference opponent for the third time this season.

Marcus Smart and and Phil Forte combined to score 42 points for the Cowboys, (16-4, 4-3) who lost for the second time in three games.

Forward Le'Bryan Nash fouled out after scoring eight points in 17 minutes.

Monday night's contest marked the first time the Sooners and Cowboys met as ranked opponents since 2005.

The two teams will meet again on February 15 at Oklahoma State.

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Monday
Jan272014

Scoreboard Roundup - 1/27/14

Hemera/Getty ImagesNBA: Phoenix Suns 124 (26-18) - Philadelphia 76ers 113 (14-31)

Toronto Raptors 104 (23-21) - Brooklyn Nets 103 (20-23)

Minnesota Timberwovles 95 (22-22) - Chicago Bulls 86 (22-22)

Oklahoma City Thunder 111 (36-10) - Atlanta Hawks 109 (23-21)

Los Angeles Clippers 114 (32-15) - Milwaukee Bucks 86 (8-36)

Utah Jazz 106 (16-29) - Sacramento Kings 99 (15-29)

NHL: Carolina Hurricanes 3 (24-19-9, 57 pts) - Columbus Blue Jackets 2 (26-22-4, 56 pts)

Boston Bruins 6 (33-15-3, 69 pts) - New York Islanders 3 (21-26-8, 50 pts)

Pittsburgh Penguins 3 (37-14-2, 76 pts) - Buffalo Sabres 0 (14-30-7, 35 pts)

Colorado Avalanche 4 (33-14-5, 71 pts) - Dallas Stars 3 (24-21-8, 56 pts)

Los Angeles Kings 1 (30-18-6, 66 pts) - San Jose Sharks 0 (34-13-6, 74 pts)

Edmonton Oilers 4 (17-32-6, 40 pts) - Vancouver Canucks 2 (27-18-9, 63 pts)

NCAAB: (9) Villanova 65 (18-2) - Georgetown 60 (11-9)

(17) Duke 80 (17-4) - (18) Pittsburgh 65 (18-3)

(23) Oklahoma 88 (17-4) - (8) Oklahoma State 76 (16-4)

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Thursday
Nov282013

Smart and Brown Lead (5) Oklahoma Sate Past Purdue, 97-87

Jamie Squire/Getty Images(ORLANDO, Fla.) -- Even though they gave them a late scare, fifth ranked Oklahoma State was able to hold off Purdue, 97-87.

Guard Marcus Smart and forward Markel Brown were the story for the Cowboys on Thanksgiving. Smart poured in 30 points with four rebounds and four assists in the contest. He scored 24 points in the first half alone. Meanwhile, Brown scored a season-high 25 points and also had six rebounds.

As a team, Oklahoma State shot the ball well all game. The team shot 52.7% from the floor, and 54.5% from three. Five players scored in double figures.

It wasn't all easy though, Purdue outscored Oklahoma State 58-45 in the second half, and trailed by as little as four points when they trailed 84-80 at one point, but they just couldn't keep up with the Cowboys when all was said and done.

Five players scored in double figures for Purdue, Bryson Scott led the team with 18 points.

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Sunday
Nov242013

Chelf Leads (11) Oklahoma State Pass (3) Baylor, 49-17

iStockphoto(STILLWATER, Okla.) -- Cowboys senior quarterback Clint Chelf passed for 370 yards and three touchdowns as (11) Oklahoma State (10-1; 7-1 Big 12) topped (3) Baylor (9-1; 6-1 Big 12), 49-17 on Saturday night.

Entering the second half with a 14-3 lead, Oklahoma State would scored 21 unanswered points in the third quarter on a Chelf 56 yard passing touchdown, a one yard run by senior full back Kye Staley and a four yard T-D rush by Chelf.

Bears quarterback Bryce Petty finished the game 28 of 48 for 359 passing yards and two touchdowns. The loss snaps Baylor’s school-record 13-game winning streak.

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