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Josh Pastner's Memphis Tigers are hoping for another crack at Marcus Smart and Oklahoma State in the Old Spice Classic. Come inside to preview the 2013-14 Tigers, whose only blemish came in Stillwater.
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Tweet Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart put on a show last week when he scored 39 points against Memphis, and he continued to put scouts on notice by draining this 70-foot heave just before halftime against South Florida Monday: Smart skipped entering the 2013 Draft to work on his jumper, and apparently he’s extending his range to ridiculous levels...
Marcus Smart is proving that his decision not to be a one-and-done may work rather well for him. The Oklahoma State starting PG continues to wow his audiences with his ability to shoot from anywhere reports CBS Sports. Last night against South Florida, Smart put up a hail mary shot from beyond half court that went in with no worries.
State got the win and Smart is looking like his...
Arguably the best player in the country, Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart, continues to impress this season. Through five games, the 6’4” sophomore point guard is averaging 21 points, including a 39 point night against then No.11 Memphis earlier in the year. During Monday’s game against South Florida, Smart drilled a 60-foot buzzer-beater right before half to help lift the No...
Oklahoma State point guard Marcus Smart connected from way, way, way downtown on Monday night against South Florida. The highly touted sophomore swished this 65-foot bomb just as time expired in the first half. Smart finished with 25 points, four assists and four steals. The fantastic fling proved to be unnecessary as Oklahoma State routed South Florida by the score of 93-67.
Marcus Smart and Markel Brown scored 25 points apiece, leading No. 5 Oklahoma State to a 93-67 victory over South Florida on Monday night.
The Cowboys (5-0) were barely tested in the early-season matchup of unbeaten teams, Oklahoma State's first game since a 21-point rout of Memphis.
There were eight lead changes in the opening minutes, however Smart put a big exclamation mark...
Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart wound up scoring a buzzer beater at halftime giving the Cowboys a 51-35 lead over the Bulls.
Smart’s Half Court Shot
Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart nails a 3/4 shot before halftime against South Florida. [Los That Sports]**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
From what I have seen so far this season, Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart is the best college basketball player in the nation. He has the size the physical ability and the maturity that you look for in a point guard. Smart will be a top 10 pick and in my opinion he shouldn’t fall anywhere out of the top 5.
With all the hype around Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins, and Julius Randle...
First, there was Jabari Parker. Then there was Andrew Wiggins. Recently, Julius Randle moved to the forefront.
Now, it’s Marcus Smart‘s turn.
In the endless jockeying atop the draft board for the class of 2014, Smart has entered the conversation as the potential No. 1 pick in next June’s draft. The sophomore guard for Oklahoma State has improved his shooting and remains a relentless...
Marcus Smart was the man driving the bus in the first half and then he handed the keys to teammate Markel Brown in the second half as Oklahoma State steamrolled South Florida 93-67 on Monday night in the team’s first road game of the season in Tampa, Fla. It was the Cowboys' first game since moving up to No. 5 in the Associated Press Top 25 which was released earlier Monday.
South Florida saw what Marcus Smart did his last time out, just like the rest of the college basketball world did.
The difference for the Bulls is that they are tasked with trying to cool off the Oklahoma State star in his next game.
The No. 7 Cowboys go on the road for the first time Monday night as they face the Bulls in a matchup of 4-0 teams.
Smart's decision to return...
Marcus Smart stole headlines this summer when he announced he would return to Stillwater, Okla., for his sophomore season despite being a presumptive top-five pick. Play to your strengths, right?
The pilfering Smart is averaging more than four steals per game this season while also spearheading Oklahoma State's offense.
At 6-foot-4, 220 pounds, Smart is built like a combo guard...
Come join the fun here at USFNation by joining our game thread for live updates and analysis for the upcoming game tonight between South Florida and the seventh-ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys and point guard Marcus Smart.
In this week's rankings, we break down the nation's top 25 teams into four tiers, taking a look at two in particular that are led by their standout floor generals.
These teams are all undefeated, or have lost to top three teams. Many have quality wins under their belt.
1. Michigan State
Marcus Smart and Markel Brown may form one of the best starting backcourts in the country for an Oklahoma State team that has been every bit as dominant as expected.
The fifth-ranked Cowboys, though, have their sights set on much bigger goals.
Oklahoma State looks to stay hot as it faces fellow unbeaten Purdue in the first round of the Old Spice Classic on Thursday in Orlando,...