Cowboys Make It Three Straight Against Kansas in Stillwater

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Oklahoma State's men's basketball team beat Kansas in Stillwater for the third straight year, dominating the Jayhawks to win 86-67 on Tuesday, January 19 at Gallagher-Iba Arena.

OSU shot 50 percent from the field and made 11 three-pointers on their way to their biggest win over Kansas since a 20-point win in Stillwater in 2004.

It ended a four-game losing streak for the Cowboys since winning their Big 12 opener against TCU.

Freshman guard Jawun Evans led the Cowboys with 22 points and had 8 assists.

Jeff Newberry scored 13 points and Jeffrey Carroll added 11.

The Cowboys led by five at halftime after a first half that featured six ties and 12 lead changes.

OSU never trailed in the second half and Kansas never got closer than two points.

The Cowboys built the lead to 22 late before winning by 19.

The Jayhawks were just 6-for-22 from three-point range and were horrendous at the free throw line, making just 54 percent from the stripe.

OSU has now beaten Kansas in Stillwater in five of the last seven years and has beaten KU at least once four straight years.

The Cowboys improved to 10-8, 2-4 in Big 12 play.

OSU travels to Manhattan to play Kansas State this Saturday, January 23 at 5:00 pm.


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