Posted March 06, 2012 on
The regular season is behind Oklahoma State but the effects of it are not. Injuries have severely limited the Cowboys heading into the Big 12 Tournament on Wednesday in Kansas City without Le’Bryan Nash or Philip Jurick and with Markel Brown nursing an unspecified wrist injury and sprained ankle.
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Oklahoma State freshman Le'Bryan Nash plans to return for his sophomore season.
Many expected the highly touted forward to leave after one year in Stillwater, but Nash said after the Cowboys' 76-60 win over Texas Tech in the Big 12 tournament Wednesday night that he'll return for another season.
Nash has missed four straight games after hurting his non-shooting hand...
Christine Flores had 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Missouri to a 72-68 victory against Oklahoma State in the first round of the Big 12 tournament on Wednesday night.
Morgan Eye scored 16 points and BreAnna Brock added 15 points and 13 rebounds for the 10th-seeded Tigers (13-17), who advanced to face No. 2 seed Oklahoma on Thursday in the quarterfinals.
Tiffany Bias scored 24...
According to a report from KOTV News on 6 in Tulsa, Oklahoma State wide receiver Michael Harrison is leaving the program. This is not a surprise as Harrison failed an NCAA administered drug test at the Fiesta Bowl and the penalty for failing that test is a season long suspension.
On the heels of the end of the regular season, two Oklahoma State Cowboys earned recognition for their efforts on the basketball court. One of the awards was a first in the history of the program.
What a turnaround week for these scrappy Frogs. In the face of a Big 12 challenge, they won their first series of the season, stringing together three consecutive wins. ***** Results: TCU is now 5-6 after a 3-1 week. Friday vs. Oklahoma State, L 4-3 Saturday vs. Oklahoma State, W 2-0 Sunday vs. Oklahoma State, W 6-5 [...]
MANHATTAN, Kan. - So, why did Saturday’s 77-58 victory over Oklahoma State take on such historical significance?
No, K-State was already in the NCAA Tournament, win, or lose; and the Wildcats were playing for no better than fifth place in the final Big 12 Conference standings.
So what’s the big deal?