Brad Underwood Oklahoma State University Spread Offense Quick Hitter
Here is a Brad Underwood Oklahoma State University Spread Offense Quick Hitter for you. I love the continuity offense that they run these days in Stillwater. It’s called the Spread Offense. Coach Underwood ran it to perfection at Stephen F. Austin last three years. Coach Underwood and his SFA team beat West Virginia University last year in the NCAA Tournament and almost beat Notre Dame if not for a last second tip-in.
Right now, Oklahoma State University is up 39-37 at halftime. Texas isn’t off to a hot start this year after they were predicted to finish third in the Big 12. Oklahoma State lost to West Virginia last Friday, but they can’t afford to go 0-2 in conference play. I think that Coach Underwood’s team is going to get thier first conference win tonight.
Three Things that Oklahoma State Can’t let happen:
- Don’t let them beat you in the post
Texas isn’t a good three-point shooting team. They only shoot 28.8% as a team. The Pokes aren’t strong inside, and it’s one of their weaknesses. If the Longhorns can control the floor inside the three point line, then it could be a long night for Oklahoma State.
2. Get all the Loose Balls
Coach Underwood wasn’t happy with his team’s effort on loose balls and hustle plays against West Virginia. They had five or six possessions that could have swung the game a different way last Friday. Their X’s and O’s will be cleaned up the next time that they play. They didn’t display the grit, fight, and toughness of their head coach that game.
3. Get the early momentum.
As of right now, Oklahoma State doesn’t have the momentum. They are tied up with fourteen minutes left in the game. The Cowboys will win if they can get up in Texas. It will be a silent arena if they can get up. Coach Underwood will get his first Big 12 win and 100th career win if they can pull it off. This win will be a HUGE win for the program.
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