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OSU’s Home Tilt with Iowa State Moved Due to Inclement Weather Threat

The Cowboys’ Tuesday night game is now a Tuesday afternoon affair.



[Photo via Courtney Bay/Oklahoma State Athletics]

As the state prepares for a significant winter storm, Oklahoma State has moved its Tuesday night game against up to be played four hours earlier.

The Cowboys were scheduled to host Iowa State at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Gallagher-Iba Arena. But due to the threat of inclement weather, the game is now scheduled for 3 p.m. the same day. It will be streamed on ESPN+.

This will be the second in a pair of games in which the Cowboys will be favored against current Nos. 9 and 10 in the league. OSU will first host Kansas State (1-11 in the Big 12) on Saturday morning before the Cyclones (0-10 in conference) come calling. In the meantime, ISU will host Kansas on Saturday at 3 p.m.

The Cowboys took it to the Cyclones in Ames back on Jan. 25 with a decisive 81-60 victory, sans Cade Cunningham. In his stead, Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe and Rondel Walker combined for 42 points, each with a career-high.

After a winter storm is expected to hit Stillwater late Saturday night into Monday, Tuesday is forecast to provide a brief reprieve before another round of heavy snow is now predicted for Tuesday night according to the Nation Weather Service office in Norman, Okla.

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