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Cowboys Grab Share Of Big 12 Lead

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The Oklahoma State Cowboys grab a share of the Big 12 lead with a 91-67 win over Texas Tech Wednesday night in Lubbock, TX.

They started the night a half a game back of Kansas and Kansas State for the top spot.

Markel Brown and the Pokes began the game on fire.  Brown hit his first five shots.  All were three point baskets.  He tied his career best with seven 3's in one game.  Brown finished the night with 25-points, all were scored in the first half.  He only played seven minutes in the second half.

Christen Sager added 14-points and Michael Cobbins had 13.

The win over the Red Raiders was the Cowboys sixth straight and their third in-a-row on the road.

Next up for the Pokes is arch-rival Oklahoma Saturday in Stillwater.  Tip-off is set for 12:30pm.

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