Pawnee guard and Oklahoma State signee Keiton Page remains "100 percent” committed to playing at OSU despite Sean Sutton's resignation on Tuesday. Page, the Oklahoman's boys basketball player of the year, signed with OSU last fall before leading Pawnee to the Class 2A state championship.
"I am still 100 percent committed to playing at Oklahoma State,” Page said. "It's disappointing that I'm not going to get to play for the coaching staff which recruited me but I understand.” Page said it didn't matter what type of coach OSU hires but "it would be nice” if someone from the current staff got the job. "Things will work out,” said Page, who averaged 44.4 points, 7.3 assists and 5.9 steals as a senior. "These things happen in college athletics.” By Brandon Chatmon