Another Big 12 road game. Another loss for Oklahoma State. And another blow to the Cowboys' NCAA Tournament hopes. Getting little production from anyone other than Marshall Moses and Keiton Page, OSU dropped to 0-5 in conference road games, falling 65-54 Saturday at Nebraska. The Huskers, one of several teams the Cowboys find themselves competing with for the Big 12's final NCAA bids, improved to 4-6 in league play and 16-8 overall, matching OSU in both categories. “We played very poorly,” said Cowboys coach Travis Ford. “One of our poorer performances overall.” The Cowboys desperately seek a minimum of one road win in an attempt to get to at least 8-8, having surrendered a game at home to Texas. And nothing about the upcoming schedule – at Texas Wednesday, home against Texas A&M Saturday and at Kansas on Feb. 21 – looks easy. “We need to improve very, very quickly,” Ford said. Moses scored a game-high 18 points, his most in league play this season, and Page added 14. But no other Cowboys managed more than six on a night when the team shot just 36 percent (18-of-50) from the floor. “You can't shoot 36 percent on the road and expect to win,” Ford said. “Not going to happen.” Among the misses were several from point-blank range and overall lacked any flow or rhythm on offense. Jéan-Paul Olukemi, OSU's leading scorer in Big 12 play, made just 2-of-9 shots and finished with six points. Playing without suspended forward Darrell Williams, the Cowboys got a combined four points from the three players trying to fill his void: Matt Pilgrim, Roger Franklin and Jarred Shaw. “We're having too many guys on the road just not show up,” Ford said. “We're not getting enough A or B performances from guys.” Nebraska had lost three in a row and four of its last five, yet took control during a 9-2 spurt early in the second half that pushed a five-point lead to 12, 46-34. The Cowboys had as many turnovers as field goals in the first half – 10 – when they fell behind 31-25 at intermission.