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Latest Lon Kruger Items
No. 23 Oklahoma is already going into this postseason on a much better note - and as the No. 2 tournament seed in arguably the nation's top conference.
The only certainties about the Big 12 are that Kansas will finish in first place and TCU will be last.
Isaiah Cousins has made it a recent focus to play aggressive on both ends of the basketball court and try to be more consistent. The result has been a boon for the Sooners.
Naadir Tharpe finally got to stand in the middle of the court at Allen Fieldhouse, bask in the adulation of another sellout crowd and celebrate a conference championship.
Lon Kruger knew that if Oklahoma was going to keep No. 5 Kansas from clinching at least a share of its 10th straight Big 12 title, it would have to weather the Jayhawks' runs.
With six days to prepare for a team that has struggled all season on the road, Oklahoma turned Saturday's home game against Kansas State into a confidence booster heading into the final four games of the Big 12 season.
Kansas State was coming off a three-game stretch that included a hard-fought win over Texas, a heart-stopping overtime victory over Kansas and a double-overtime defeat at Baylor.
Looks like Texas Tech and veteran coach Tubby Smith have figured things out.
Oklahoma guard Isaiah Cousins ruined Baylor's Plan B.