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Cyclones end losing streak at Oklahoma State in triple overtime (audio)

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Cyclones end losing streak at Oklahoma State in triple overtime (audio)

By Todd Kimm Iowa State claimed its first win in Stillwater since 1988 as the Cyclones edged Oklahoma State 98-97 in triple overtime. John Walters had the radio call on the Cyclone Network: ISU/OSU call :16 ISU improves to 5-4 in the Big-12 with the win. “Wow that was unbelievable, it was fun to be a part of, […]

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