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Oklahoma State Coach: Travis Ford (4 seasons at Oklahoma State 80-55) Overall 270-201, 15 years 2011-12: Record 15-18 overall, 7-11 in Big 12 (7th) Starters Returning (4) LeBryan Nash, Markel Brown, Brian Williams, Micheal Cobbins Preseason Tournament: Puerto Rico Tip-Off Top Non-Conference Games: at Virginia Tech. vs. South Florida, vs. Gonzaga Transfer Out: C.J. Guerrero (Fresno State), Fred Gulley (Arkansas), Reger Dowell (UT-Arlington) Transfer In : None The Oklahoma State Cowboys are coming off their 1st losing season since 1988 and they lose their point guard, who was their leading scorer. However the pretty much bring everyone else back. The Cowboy program was also hit by players transferring out and players get in trouble with the law. Head coach Travis Ford brings in another top 10 recruit like he did the year before. Leading the Cowboys will be last year’s Big 12 freshman of the year Le’Bryan Nash (13.3 ppg). Nash could have turned to the NBA but he decided to head back to...
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