Posted March 21, 2013 on
Oregon's win set several individual and team records. The Ducks defeated Oklahoma State 68-55 at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. Oregon led most of the game and had a 37-26 lead.
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A Pac-12 tournament title, a second-place finish in the regular season and a ranking in the final AP poll added up to very little for Oregon when it came time for NCAA tournament seeding.
The Ducks (26-8) ended up with the 12th seed in the Midwest Region in what was one of the more questioned decisions made by the tournament selection committee.
For Oregon, the slight wasn'...
Oklahoma State is 19-3 in baseball, and the Cowboys are 1-0 in the Big 12 after beating Baylor 5-0 in the Big 12 opener on Friday afternoon in front of 303 chilly spectators. Believe me, on a 46 degree afternoon a year ago there might have been 100 spectators for that same game.
SAN JOSE- If Oregon felt disrespected by the NCAA selection committee's placement, it was the Oklahoma State Cowboys feeling the brunt of the Duck backlash. Oregon punished the Cowboys on the glass, outshot them from three and led for the majority of the game in a 68-53 win.
Oklahoma State knew what it would be up against when they faced Oregon on Thursday: no surprises. Oregon would focus on turning the Cowboys over and owning the rebounding margin. And that's exactly what the Ducks did, to little resistance from Travis Ford's group. Here's a quick look at the game:
Oklahoma State's first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2010 didn't go as well as Travis Ford and his team was hoping. The Cowboys struggled offensively in suffering a 68-55 loss to Oregon in a second-round game of the Midwest Regional in San Jose, Calif. The Cowboys finish the season with a 24-9 record.
During his first two seasons at Oklahoma State, Barry Sanders only put up average marks, but his 1988 season wont be forgotten anytime soon.In 1988, in what has been called the greatest individual season in college football history, Sanders led the nation by averaging 7.6 yards per carry and over 200 yards per game, including rushing for over 300 yards in four contests. Despite his...
The Midwest Regional is widely regarded as one of the most difficult this NCAA Tournament season. If Oklahoma State is going to make a run, they'll need to eliminate a number of dangerous teams. With Oregon on the horizon, it's time to see who else might be ahead for the Cowboys.
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