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GU opponent: Cowboys hit reset button

Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart (33) is fouled by Kansas guard Wayne Selden, Jr., back, during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Conference men's tournament in Kansas City, Mo., last Thursday. (Associated Press)
Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart (33) is fouled by Kansas guard Wayne Selden, Jr., back, during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Conference men's tournament in Kansas City, Mo., last Thursday. (Associated Press)
John Helsley The Oklahoman
The Cowboys are pushing the reset button. Again. Oklahoma State used Marcus Smart’s suspension to regroup and rally in the Big 12, boosting its play down the stretch in a drive to reach the postseason. With that dedicated push now over, completed with Sunday’s at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament, OSU can now refocus back on its original prize: a run to the Final Four. Read the full story on The Oklahoman site.
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