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Oklahoma State edges No. 24 Missouri 38-33 in Liberty Bowl

Taylor Cornelius tied a Liberty Bowl record with four touchdown passes and Kolby Peel made a critical fourth-down stop with 1:01 left as Oklahoma State edged No. 24 Missouri 38-33. Missouri faced fourth-and-1 when Peel stopped quarterback Drew Lock on fourth-and-1.

Pick 6: College football fanbases most cool with their coach

Not many college football fans outside of Alabama and Ohio State are totally content with their coach. And satisfaction can be fleeting, as Michigan State fans are finding out now. These days, Clemson fans are crazy about Dabo Swinney and Stanford supporters are cool with David Shaw. What other fanbases are feeling good about its coach heading into 2017?

Michigan delivers 3-point punch to knock out Oklahoma St.

Derrick Walton Jr. scored 26 points and had 11 assists as the Wolverines made a school record 16 3-pointers in an NCAA Tournament game, getting past Oklahoma State 92-91 in the first round of the Midwest Regional.

Mason leads No. 1 Kansas past Oklahoma State, 90-85

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) – Kansas had already clinched its 13th consecutive Big 12 regular-season title, so there was nothing on the line against Oklahoma State. Turns out, the game meant a lot to the Jayhawks. They had dropped three straight in Stillwater and were ready to end the streak.

Phil Forte helps Oklahoma State top No. 7 West Virginia 82-75

Phil Forte scored all 13 of his points in the second half to lead Oklahoma State to an 82-75 victory over No. 7 West Virginia on Saturday. The Cowboys (15-8, 4-6 Big 12) have the league’s longest current winning streak at five after No. 2 Baylor and No. 3 Kansas both lost on Saturday. West Virginia (18-5, 6-4) had a chance to move into a second-place tie with Baylor but couldn’t match Forte’s production down the stretch. Forte scored nine points over the final 5 minutes.

Washington State hires recruiting whiz Marty Lees as baseball coach

PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos announced the hiring of Marty Lees as the new Cougars baseball coach on Wednesday, citing Lees’ success as an assistant coach at similar programs. Lees spent the last three years as the recruiting coordinator at Oklahoma State, where his first two recruiting classes were ranked No. 5 nationally by Collegiate Baseball. Prior to joining the Cowboys, Lees spent 11 years on the coaching staff at Oregon State, working primarily as the defensive coach for infielders and catchers, serving as the Beavers’ recruiting coordinator his final six seasons in Corvallis.

Young leads Ducks over Oklahoma State

OMAHA, Neb. – With just over 4 minutes remaining in the first half Friday night, Oregon star Joseph Young had missed every time he shot the ball and managed just two points. By halftime, he had made a mockery of Oklahoma State’s stingy defense.

Huskies plan to use bowl loss as motivation

TEMPE, Ariz. – After he dressed at his locker following one of the Washington Huskies’ most disappointing losses of the 2014 season, quarterback Cyler Miles reflected on a frustrating end to a frustrating year. UW’s 30-22 loss to Oklahoma State in the Cactus Bowl ended a rocky, disjointed season in which the Huskies’ defense made more big plays than most teams in the country, but the offense made so few and the defense failed often enough to contain the Pac-12’s more high-powered offenses that UW failed to defeat a single FBS opponent with a winning record.

Oklahoma State knocks off Washington in Cactus Bowl

Oklahoma State defensive tackle James Castleman stole the show Friday, scoring a 1-yard touchdown run and sealing the win with a 48-yard reception as Oklahoma State surprised Washington 30-22.

Bell’s aim was true vs. Oklahoma State

A year ago during the NCAA tournament, Gary Bell Jr. was battling several nagging injuries, including severe pain near the top of his foot that would later be diagnosed as a stress fracture.

Opposites attract as Gonzaga and Oklahoma State meet in NCAA second round

SAN DIEGO – Gary Bell Jr. knows what’s coming: 30-plus minutes of dealing with Oklahoma State standout guard Marcus Smart. Oklahoma State forward Kamari Murphy understands his assignment: Jostling with Przemek Karnowski, who is five inches taller and outweighs Murphy by some 70 pounds.