No. 3 Kansas Vs. Oklahoma State: Jayhawks Prevail, 70-58, Despite Cowboys' Bombs

Kansas took some shots, courtesy of Oklahoma State's Keiton Page, but came out with a 70-58 win in Stillwater.

Kansas got a big win on the road against Oklahoma State Monday night. The No. 3 Jayhawks just had to withstand some long-range bombardment from the Cowboys to get their 70-58 triumph.

Oklahoma State's Keiton Page led all scorers in the game with 29 points, and made seven of his 14 attempts from distance on the night. Page and fellow guard Brady Williams, who had three triples and 20 points, had all but three of Oklahoma State's field goals and all but nine of the Cowboys' points on the night.

Despite Page's hot night, the Cowboys never trailed by fewer than eight points in the second half. Tyshawn Taylor had 27 points to lead the Jayhawks in the victory, and responded to a Page three to pull within eight points with just over five minutes left with an immediate answer from deep of his own.

Thomas Robinson chipped in 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Jayhawks, who did what rival Big 12 titan Missouri couldn't by winning in Stillwater.

For more on the Jayhawks, head to Kansas blog Rock Chalk Talk; for more on the Cowboys, head to Oklahoma State blog Cowboys Ride For Free. And for more on both and the upcoming Big 12 Tournament, visit SB Nation Kansas City.

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