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The Week in the Big 12: Kansas in Familiar Territory

Much has been made about the Kansas Jayhawks struggles this season. Three home losses, two in Allen Fieldhouse, and an almost hard-to-believe lack of depth in the frontcourt have shocked many fans, who have become accustomed to seeing Kansas win the conference year after year. 658 more words

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Under Center UnderDogs I: Mason Rudolph

This year’s draft class is full of talent at the quarterback position, and that means there are certain players who are going to be overlooked. While some of the underdogs according to draft gurus Toddy McShay and Mel Kiper, Jr. 954 more words

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I Can't Stop Watching Mike Gundy's Non-Reaction to Alabama's National Title-Winning Touchdown

Coaches film room reaction to Bama’s game-winning TD pic.twitter.com/XPFGXjZrzP

— Mark (@tole_cover) January 9, 2018

ESPN’s Coaches Film Room yet again delivered solid entertainment during the national championship game.

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Mike Gundy's mullet stole the show on ESPN's Coaches Film Room broadcast

We here at For The Win have long said that the CFP Coaches Film Room is the best broadcast to watch during the national championship game and this year has been no different — though there’s one coach’s haircut that is stealing the show, just a bit. 169 more words


Oklahoma Sooners Claim 109-89 Victory Over Oklahoma State

Holding an eight point lead at the break, the Oklahoma Sooners came out firing in the second half. Utilizing a 15-4 run to open the final twenty minutes of play, Lon Kruger’s squad seized control of the Bedlam Series. 199 more words

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Former 4-star Indiana guard Curtis Jones decides on transfer landing spot

The Oklahoma State Cowboys have added to its basketball program, albeit not anything that can take shape until December. Former four-star recruit and Indiana Hoosiers transfer, Curtis Jones, … 182 more words

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No. 7 West Virginia survives Oklahoma State's upset bid

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — West Virginia and Oklahoma State played to their defensive personalities Friday night, pressuring and harassing each other for 40 minutes.

The seventh-ranked Mountaineers maintained their profile, however, while the Cowboys faltered late at one of their greatest strengths – free throw shooting – allowing West Virginia to surge to its 12th straight win, 85-79. 778 more words