Oklahoma State continued its teeter-totter approach to Big 12 play, bookending a disappointing home loss to Baylor with consecutive historic road wins. On Saturday, the Pokes bested West Virginia in Morgantown for the second year in a row behind clutch performances by several players.
I had a few thoughts. Here they are.
1. Crime Dog’s First Half Set the Tone
Cam McGriff ended a 3-minute OSU scoring drought