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Topic - Travis Ford
Kansas coach Bill Self was chatting this week with someone who brought up the possibility that some unfortunate team with a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament might have to play its second game against Oklahoma State, which was once considered a Final Four contender.
The sight of Naz Long with the ball in his hands and the game on the line might haunt Oklahoma State for years to come.
For Oklahoma State, a regular season filled with ups and downs ended with a heartbreaking loss at No. 16 Iowa State.
Marcus Smart and Phil Forte gave the home fans a memorable final look at a special connection.
Marcus Smart had no intention of avoiding Joel Embiid, Kansas' 7-foot shot blocker.
Marcus Smart has calmed down, perhaps in time to save Oklahoma State's season.
Oklahoma State came to Texas on a four-game losing streak made worse by the suspension of star guard Marcus Smart.
Back in Texas for the second time in four days, the Oklahoma State Cowboys had to leave star guard Marcus Smart back home under orders of the Big 12.
New York Knicks forward Metta World Peace believes Marcus Smart can learn from the fallout of his three-game suspension for shoving a fan during a game at Texas Tech on Saturday night.
Marcus Smart hustled back on defense to prevent a dunk and went careening into the crowd behind the basket. He was helped to his feet with only seconds remaining and No. 19 Oklahoma State on its way to a fourth straight defeat.
Marcus Smart was quiet and subdued as he apologized at a podium, a demeanor in stark contrast to the one that sent shockwaves through Oklahoma State's basketball program hours earlier.
Oklahoma State will hold a news conference Sunday in Stillwater with Marcus Smart, coach Travis Ford and athletic director Mike Holder to address Smart's confrontation with a fan at Texas Tech.
A pair of unlikely players helped Iowa State win one of the most thrilling games of the college basketball season.
As 2014 approached, Oklahoma State was one of the hottest teams in college basketball.
Suddenly, Oklahoma State doesn't look like a Big 12 title contender.
"We're just trying to worry about the next game," Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford said, "and worrying about all that other stuff doesn't really do you any good."
"We wanted to foul. We were telling our guys, but they didn't either hear us or react," Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford said. "They made a tough shot. That's part of the game."