What a joke.
What a ******** joke.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys will not be participating in “The Big Dance” after the NCAA selection committee didn’t think four wins over Top-10 teams and six wins over Top-25 teams would be enough.
Despite defeating NCAA Tournament overall No. 3-seed Kansas TWICE during the regular season, as well as only dropping two games (both Baylor) to teams not in March Madness, Mike Boynton and his team will be preparing to play in the NIT - with its new experimental rules - after being snubbed.
#OKState will host a NIT game on Tuesday or Wednesday in GIA. Cowboys playing their best basketball of the season.— Cameron Jourdan (@Cam_Jourdan) March 11, 2018
Even more shocking, the Cowboys didn’t even make the “first four out” - those spots were occupied by Baylor, Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and USC.
The good news is the season isn’t over yet. The Cowboys will host at least the first round of the NIT inside Gallagher-Iba Arena.
Show up, support the team and help cheer on the Cowboys as they show the NCAA what they are missing.