Posted February 09, 2013 on oklahomastate.scout.com
Just 20 days ago, the Oklahoma State Cowboys had lost to Baylor on the road -- leaving fans wondering if OSU would ever win a Big 12 road game. Oh, how things have changed. Oklahoma State rolled over Texas in Austin on Saturday, 72-59, for its second-consecutive Big 12 road win. Here's a quick look at the game:
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