Oklahoma State basketball: Cowboys keep big win in perspective
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“I tried to picture myself at Gallagher-Iba, shooting free throws after practice, and that's what I did,” Forte said.
“That's a shot I practice hundreds of times every day. I just stepped up there and did it like I have before.”
FORD PREFERRED NO FOUL LATE
With the Cowboys up by three, 83-80, and Kansas inbounding the ball under its own bucket with 7.9 seconds remaining, Ford had to decide on a final strategy.
Foul, and not allow the Jayhawks an attempt to tie it with a 3-pointer.
Or not foul, making the Jayhawks produce a tying 3.
With forwards Michael Cobbins and Le'Bryan Nash on the bench, having fouled out, and center Philip Jurick off the floor because of his struggles as a free-throw shooter, Ford preferred the latter approach.
“I didn't want to foul there,” he said. “We had our rebounders out of the game. So I told our guys, ‘We're going to switch everything, but if you get beat, then foul.' But I told them, ‘Let's D up, make them miss.'
“At home we might foul.”
Wednesday: Baylor, 6 p.m.
Saturday: at Texas, 12:45 p.m.
Feb. 13: at Texas Tech, 6 p.m.
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