Vitals Tip: 9:00 PM CDT Location: Kansas City, MO TV: ESPNU Online Stream: here Radio: Cowboy Radio Network Online radio: here Announcers: Brent Musburger and Fran Fraschilla Line: Cats -1 Records Cowboys – 24-7 (13-5) Cats 26-6 (14-4) Best win Cowboys – Kansas (KenPom: #8) Cats -Florida (KenPom: #1) Worst loss Cowboys – Virginia Tech (KenPom: #164) Cats – Iowa State (KenPom: #35) KenPom rank Cowboys – #16 Cats – #31
BOX SCORE The first thing you must know about me is this: I would rather my team (OSU, Thunder, Federer, Richardson softball — whoever) lose an epic game than win a bad one.
Vitals Tip: 8:30 PM CDT Location: Kansas City, MO TV: Big 12 Network Online Stream: here Radio: Cowboy Radio Network Online radio: here Announcers: Dave Armstrong and Reid Gettys Line: Cowboys – 3 Records Cowboys – 23-7 (13-5) Bears – 18-13 (9-9) Best win Cowboys – Kansas (KenPom: #8) Bears – Kansas (KenPom: #8) Worst loss Cowboys – Virginia Tech (KenPom: #161) Bears – College of Charleston (KenPom: #158) KenPom rank Cowboys – #16 Bears – #41
You guys already know OSU is one of the fastest teams in college football, but would you believe it if I told you they were one of the fastest teams in Big 12 hoops as well?
The Big 12 released a pretty comprehensive list of awards on Sunday night but I think they missed a few players and teams in the process.
I know Gus Johnson is pretty polarizing — especially his recent soccer stuff — and I don’t think he’s an A+ announcer in general, but he’s pretty tough to beat in something as zany as the NCAA Tournament.
Maurice Baker’s junior season is firmly entrenched in the pantheon of best seasons by a Cowboy basketball player in the history of the program.
Cyclones.com released this cool infographical attendance post today and I was intrigued by where OSU ranked (click to enlarge).
On Saturday, Markel Brown became the second OSU basketball player ever to tally the following career totals: 200 assists 100 steals 75 blocks The only other person to do that was the player I still think is the best of the Sutton/Ford era, Byron Houston.