Stillwater, OK (Sports Network) - Kansas came into the contest seeking revenge
against the team that broke its lengthy home-winning streak, and by the time
it was over, they accomplished its goal.
In a double-overtime thriller, Naadir Tharpe's floater proved to be the
difference as the No. 9 Jayhawks returned the favor by downing 14th-ranked
Oklahoma State on its home court, 68-67, in a pivotal matchup for top
positioning in the Big 12 conference.
Despite missing its first seven shots in the extra sessions, Kansas (22-4,
10-3 Big 12) trailed by just one before Tharpe's tear-drop floater with 20
seconds remaining in the second OT put the visitors on top by one.
The Cowboys (19-6, 9-4) had two chances on their final possession, but Markel
Brown's jumper misfired and Phil Forte, after grabbing the offensive rebound,
turned it over as Oklahoma State saw its seven-game winning streak come to an
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