Iowa State fans are really falling for Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart. Literally. Smart has a reputation for flopping and the Iowa State students wanted to remind him of this when their team played Oklahoma State. The students organized a set of flop guidelines before Saturday’s game. Wile E. Coyote super genius level planning. RT
Marcus Smart is one of the best basketball players currently in the college ranks and will likely be a top draft pick when he decides to head for the NBA, whenever that is. The Oklahoma State guard has an incredible skill set on the court, includes an unprecedented penchant for flopping. Seriously, even LeBron could
Oklahoma State took on Iowa State on Monday and OK State center Michael Cobbins had one of the best highlights of the night. Though Cobbins is a solid player, he was an unlikely favorite to land a highlight…because he’s currently nursing a torn achilles and has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
11th ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys’ star sophomore Marcus Smart didn’t have his best game Saturday against West Virginia. The Mountaineers had an obvious “Hack-a-Shaq” physical game plan to keep Smart off balance and it seemed to work. 6’4″ Smart, a top NBA draft prospect who’s averaging 17. points a game, scored 4 points after fouling
Oklahoma State point guard Marcus Smart connected from way, way, way downtown on Monday night against South Florida. The highly touted sophomore swished this 65-foot bomb just as time expired in the first half. Smart finished with 25 points, four assists and four steals. The fantastic fling proved to be unnecessary as Oklahoma State routed
Kid doesn’t even miss a beat. Impressive. It should also be noted that this did not happen during their blowout of Baylor, but a week before that. [Deadspin]
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As the 2012 football season is rapidly approaching I am starting to compile cards of all this years rookie players. Above is a signed insert card of Brandon Weeden that I pulled a few days ago after buying the complete 2012 Upper Deck NFL football set. Despite, Weeden being an irregularly old QB for this stage
Oklahoma State beat No. 2 Missouri 79-72 tonight and the fans rushed the court. While this was a big upset, the end result may be overshadowed by Markel Brown’s vicious alley-oop dunk followed by stare-down followed by ejection. Brown was already carrying a technical foul before the post-dunk “unsportsmanlike conduct,” leading to his dismissal. If