When: Early Dec.
Where: Xfinity Center
The Skinny: It was only the second time during the Travis Ford era that the Cowboys failed to reach the .500 mark. Oklahoma State finished the 2015-16 season with a 12-20 record. While it wasn’t a favorable finish by any stretch, the Cowboys did manage to defeat then-ranked No. 3 Kansas. Oklahoma State did lose their final seven games of the season.
There were several top-tier freshmen in the country last season. Guard Jawun Evans may have only played 22 games, but he looked downright sensational during a large majority of that time. Evans averaged 12.9 points to go along with 4.9 assists and 4.4 rebounds as the Cowboys floor general. He scored in double figures in his final eight games and also proved to be an above-average passer as well. Evans should lead the team in scoring once again next season.
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