Sooners Get into NCAA Tournament, Cowboys Left Out

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Oklahoma's two Big 12 men's basketball teams were both on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament.

One made it and one didn't.

Oklahoma was selected by the tournament committee and is a #10 seed in the Midwest Region.

OU will play the #7 seed Rhode Island in the first round on Thursday at 11:15 central time in Pittsburgh.

If the Sooners win that game, they will play Saturday against the winner of the Duke-Iona game.

Oklahoma State was not selected, and the Cowboys will play in the National Invitation Tournament.

OSU is a #2 seed in the NIT and will host Florida Gulf Coast on Tuesday at 8:00 pm at Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater.

If the Cowboys win that game, they will play the winner of Stanford vs. Brigham Young in the second round.



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