No. 22 Oklahoma State vs. Baylor final score: Cowboys hold on in 69-67 OT thriller

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A layup from Markel Brown with less than one second left in the overtime period won the game for Oklahoma State.

The No. 22 Oklahoma St. Cowboys scored the last five points in overtime to win, 69-67, over the Baylor Bears on Wednesday night. The thrilling victory was highlighted by a steal and coast-to-coast run from Markel Brown for the game's final points on a layup with just tenths of a second left.

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Brown was just 4-of-17 on the night but made his final field goal count. The Cowboys converted just 36.1 percent of their shots from the field and hit only 14.3 percent of their three-point attempts. They did hold a big advantage in the turnover department, though, coughing the ball up nine times compared to the Bears' 16 turnovers.

Brown finished the night with 13 points, but the Cowboys were led by Marcus Smart with 14 points. Le'Bryan Nash also finished in double figures with 10 points.

Baylor's Pierre Jackson finished the night with 24 points, while Cory Jefferson chipped in 18 points of his own. The Bears hit just 58.3 percent of their free throws.

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