Oklahoma State basketball: Cowboys prep for Texas with Wiffle ball
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“We put a lot of emphasis on the perimeter,” said Cowboys guard Markel Brown. “Going into practice, we worked on kind of doing what Baylor did to us, getting into our shooting rhythm, and getting their hands up when we shoot.
“I guess you could say they didn't shoot too well, but I'm glad it worked out for us.”
Wednesday: at Texas Tech, 6 p.m.
Saturday: Oklahoma, 12:45 p.m.
Feb. 20: Kansas, 8 p.m.
FORD RELATES TO BARNES' STRUGGLES
Under Rick Barnes, Texas has never finished with a losing record in Big 12 play.
But at 2-8 past the halfway point of the conference schedule, a rally to .500 is looking bleak, even with star guard Myck Kabongo finally ready to return from an NCAA-imposed, 23-game suspension.
“I told (Barnes) before the game, they're going through a lot of what we went through last year,” Ford said. “He has a player who's not playing for them. We had a player (Darrell Williams) last year we thought was going to be playing for us possibly, that didn't play. Then you go through injuries … young, like we were last year. Very similar.
“It's hard to get much rhythm, much flow or things going on.”