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One of the great writers from Pistols Firing Blog paints a grim picture of a team reeling from four departures and searching for positives in a lost rebuilding season.

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NCAA Basketball: Oklahoma at Oklahoma State
Lindy Waters III is one of the few guys K-State fans will recognize on this year’s young, depleted Oklahoma State roster.
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Kansas State will be looking to rebound from a disappointing loss at Texas A&M, so it might be the perfect time to head to Stillwater for a matchup with Oklahoma State. Pistols Firing Blog’s Kyle Cox joins the podcast to tell us why the depleted Cowboys are reeling after the departure of three players two weeks ago (and one much earlier in the season) plus a season-ending injury to little-used reserve Trey Reeves (yes, Big Country’s son) left second-year coach Mike Boynton with just seven scholarship players on his roster. Still, there are some shooters and they’ve proven themselves capable of playing an effective zone defense, so this won’t be easy for K-State.

Of course, no road game ever is in the Big 12, and we discussed whether that depth could save or cause the demise of KU’s infuriating streak. Oklahoma State clearly won’t be in that mix this season, but Kyle explains why there are plenty of reasons to believe Boynton can eventually turn things around. We also discussed how the young coach compares to Bruce Weber and Frank Martin, plus touched on Brad Underwood, another coach both fanbases coveted at one time.

Be sure to check out all the pregame material and other Cowboys coverage at Pistols Firing Blog and follow Kyle on Twitter @KyleCoxPFB.


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