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Topic - Travis Ford
Every time Marcus Smart missed a shot, the crowd inside the Sprint Center roared.
Andrew Wiggins gathered the ball along the baseline with about a minute left in regulation, turned around and put up the kind of fade-away jumper that will soon make him millions.
For Oklahoma State, a regular season filled with ups and downs ended with a heartbreaking loss at No. 16 Iowa State.
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.
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.
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.
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.
After beating Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse last season, and after Marcus Smart left a lasting impression with a celebratory backflip, Oklahoma State nearly pulled off the feat again.
Bill Self was riding Naadir Tharpe so hard in practice earlier this season that the junior point guard began to wonder whether the Kansas coach even liked him anymore.
West Virginia coach Bob Huggins is still trying to get a young roster to consistently play up to his expectations.
Markel Brown's streak of eight straight games scoring in double figures for Oklahoma State was in jeopardy - until he hit his final shot.
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Marcus Smart dominated every aspect of No. 11 Oklahoma State's victory over Texas.
Marcus Smart has a simple message for Andrew Wiggins: Prove it.
"Some of the things we could control and some of the things were out of our control. But we were a feisty group," Ford said.
"It has been an interesting year," OSU coach Travis Ford said. "You learn so much through it. As I told our team, hopefully a lot of the things we went through will help these guys individually, help them reflect back on some of the things we went through and how we handled some of it, because I thought we handled some of it really well."