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Saturday 2/9/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




OKLAHOMA ST (16 - 5) at TEXAS (10 - 12)
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OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-5+7.510-91-871.633.843.7%36.960.626.638.9%33.8
Road Games4-4+4.93-40-469.033.240.3%37.567.630.038.1%38.1
Last 5 Games4-1+5.52-31-273.231.841.6%36.270.630.244.0%37.0
Conference Games6-3+3.53-61-371.432.342.8%36.665.929.341.8%33.8
OKLAHOMA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)71.633.825-5743.7%6-1932.1%16-2175.1%371012178135
vs opponents surrendering65.630.823-5641.6%6-1832.3%13-1968.6%341012186133
Team Stats (Road Games)69.033.223-5740.3%5-1826.6%18-2476.0%371111207135
Stats Against (All Games)60.626.621-5538.9%7-1934.0%12-1766.4%34910196153
vs opponents averaging69.432.625-5644.1%6-1833.8%14-2068.5%361013177134
Stats Against (Road Games)67.630.022-5838.1%7-1935.5%16-2370.3%381111216134

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-12-6.211-96-863.629.941.1%38.061.927.536.1%36.5
Home Games9-2+1.85-41-265.532.341.9%39.552.923.231.4%35.8
Last 5 Games2-3-14-12-163.027.443.4%
Conference Games2-7-66-34-363.127.942.3%34.367.230.339.9%36.3
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)63.629.923-5541.1%5-1629.6%13-2163.8%381012196165
vs opponents surrendering6630.924-5642.2%6-1832.6%13-1967.4%351013187144
Team Stats (Home Games)65.532.323-5441.9%5-1632.4%15-2464.5%391011188155
Stats Against (All Games)61.927.520-5736.1%4-1825.6%16-2370.6%371111199143
vs opponents averaging67.93224-5742.3%6-1833.3%14-2068.7%361013187144
Stats Against (Home Games)52.923.218-5731.4%4-2022.1%13-1965.1%36118219153
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA ST 76.3,  TEXAS 75.4
OKLAHOMA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/22/2012TENNESSEE TECH78-42W-21W -29-5949.2%361215-3938.5%2720
1/5/2013@ KANSAS ST67-73L3.5L -20-4940.8%291227-6045.0%3912
1/9/2013TCU63-45W-18.5L -25-4852.1%402417-4736.2%1721
1/12/2013@ OKLAHOMA68-77L2L -22-5639.3%361525-5843.1%3713
1/19/2013TEXAS TECH79-45W-18W136U25-5347.2%431013-4628.3%2613
1/21/2013@ BAYLOR54-64L4.5L134.5U22-6334.9%361121-5141.2%3814
1/26/2013W VIRGINIA80-66W-9.5W128.5O25-5248.1%341224-5642.9%2813
1/30/2013IOWA ST78-76W-6.5L -29-6147.5%29828-5253.8%3417
2/2/2013@ KANSAS85-80W9.5W -29-6743.3%401325-6141.0%4116
2/9/2013@ TEXAS              
2/13/2013@ TEXAS TECH              
2/23/2013@ W VIRGINIA              
2/27/2013@ TCU              

TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/22/2012@ MICHIGAN ST56-67L12W126U19-5236.5%321821-4744.7%3616
12/29/2012RICE57-41W-18L -18-4936.7%461415-4731.9%2313
1/5/2013@ BAYLOR79-86L11W132.5O33-7444.6%441323-6435.9%4513
1/9/2013W VIRGINIA53-57L-4.5L128U19-5534.5%391419-6230.6%4511
1/12/2013@ IOWA ST62-82L9L139O24-6139.3%371125-5743.9%375
1/21/2013@ OKLAHOMA67-73L7.5W129.5O27-6144.3%341525-5248.1%3213
1/26/2013TEXAS TECH73-57W-11W -25-5446.3%301020-5437.0%3619
1/30/2013@ KANSAS ST57-83L9.5L122O19-4641.3%301830-6347.6%346
2/2/2013TCU60-43W-12W -23-4452.3%301117-5232.7%3313
2/4/2013@ W VIRGINIA58-60L5.5W125.5U21-6035.0%361518-3946.2%2916
2/9/2013OKLAHOMA ST              
2/13/2013IOWA ST              
2/16/2013@ KANSAS              
2/19/2013@ TCU              
2/23/2013KANSAS ST              
3/2/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST              
OKLAHOMA ST: Even though this team brings back four starters, head coach Travis Ford's hopes for this campaign rest in the hands of five-star recruit Marcus Smart, who has the potential to emerge as one of the most dangerous point guards in the nation. He'll have to make up the production of last year's leading scorer Keiton Page, who averaged 17.1 PPG. In addition to Smart, swingman Le'Bryan Nash (13.3 PPG, 5.0 RPG) is a matchup nightmare while guard Markel Brown (10.5 PPG, 5.1 RPG, 2.4 APG) will also make a bigger impact. Look for sophomore Michael Cobbins (5.0 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 1.5 BPG) to also make more noise in the paint after steadily improving down the stretch last season.
TEXAS: Assuming Myck Kabongo is eligible to play this season (NCAA violations), this is a Rick Barnes squad that has the potential to be dangerous if it finds its groove. But Kabongo (9.6 PPG, 5.2 APG) will have to bear a heavy load, replacing the production of J'Covan Brown, who carried the team last year with 20.1 PPG. Kabongo and Sheldon McClellan (11.3 PPG) should form a potent backcourt duo, but the question is if they will be able to battle on the blocks. Six-foot-10 center Cameron Ridley is a top-10 recruit, but he should take time to develop and will have a heavy load to bear from day one. The McDonald's All-American will be joined in the post by another first-year player standing 6-foot-10, Prince Ibeh, who should actually complement Ridley well as a more athletic post player who plays excellent defense.
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*Oklahoma St.-Texas Preview* ============================


Oklahoma State (16-5) at Texas (10-12), 1:45 p.m. EDT

After an uneven start to Big 12 action, Oklahoma State is riding its longest winning streak in conference play in nearly four years. It's been even longer since the program tasted victory while visiting Texas.

The 22nd-ranked Cowboys try to win a fifth straight league contest Saturday and snap an eight-game road skid to the Longhorns, who are very much in danger of missing the NCAA tournament for the first time under coach Rick Barnes.

Oklahoma State began its conference slate with three losses in five games before starting its win streak with an 80-66 victory over West Virginia on Jan. 26. A 78-76 win over Iowa State came next, and the Cowboys jumped back into the rankings Monday after winning 85-80 at then-No. 2 Kansas last Saturday.

That thrilling victory was followed by another Wednesday, as Markel Brown's lay-in with two-tenths of a second left in overtime - which followed a blocked shot at the other end by teammate Michael Cobbins - lifted Oklahoma State (16-5, 6-3) to a 69-67 win over Baylor.

The Cowboys managed to pull out the victory despite shooting 36.1 percent overall and 14.3 from 3-point range, with each number representing their second-worst marks of the season.

Coach Travis Ford hinted that his team may have still been thinking about the Kansas win.

"There were some effects from that game out there, mentally and physically," he said. "We had some dead legs out there. We're glad to get this one, but we all know we have to play better than we did tonight. We played hard, and I'm proud of that, we just didn't make shots."

Oklahoma State has struggled to make shots during its road slide in this series, hitting 38.7 percent while averaging 56.9 points since a 72-67 win over No. 16 Texas on Jan. 24, 2004.

The Longhorns, though, are enduring a tough season after reaching the NCAAs in every season since Barnes took over in 1998-99.

Behind a starting lineup of three freshmen and two sophomores, Texas (10-12, 2-7) suffered another defeat Monday, 60-58 at West Virginia.

The Longhorns went ahead by two with 8:21 left after trailing by as many as 11 early in the second half, but they were held to nine points \2014 and two field goals \2014 the rest of the game.

"I know that they're a young group of guys, but tonight I thought it was the first time, from an internal mindset, that they were a team," Barnes said. "And I'm really proud of the way our guys stayed together."

Ford isn't looking at the Longhorns' record as the Cowboys attempt to win five Big 12 games in a row for the first time since a six-game run Feb. 14-March 3, 2009.

"In this time of year, you just have to figure out how to win. ... Texas has been in every game they've played, save maybe one or two, until the very end," Ford said. "They've had a chance to win a lot of games. They're a very big, physical and talented team.

"It's always been a tough place to play for us, so we need to get our legs back under us, get our minds right and get ready to go in Austin."

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