The Iowa State Cyclones blew over the Oklahoma State Cowboys for the sixth straight time on the basketball court 64-59 on Saturday, February 6.
OSU has now lost eight games this season by five points or less.
Down three with under 30 seconds left, Tyree Griffin turned over an inbound pass and Iowa State hit two free throws to clinch the win.
Georges Niang hit the Cyclones last two field goals, both coming in the final 1:15, he finished with 18 points.
Jeffrey Carroll banked in a three to tie the game at 58.
The sophomore scored a career high 18 points, all of which came in the second half.
The Cowboys rallied with a 10-2 run via two more Carroll trey's to close ISU's lead to two.
Carroll scored a career high 18 points, all of which came in the second half.
Iowa State used a quick 11-4 run to lead by as many as 13 early in the second half.
Travis Ford's club led 24-22 at the break.
The Pokes powered there way to a 10-0 lead fueled by two Leyton Hammonds three pointers.
Hammonds scored 12 points in the first half, half of OSU's points before the break.
However, the junior from Texas was held scoreless in the second half.