Oklahoma, Oklahoma State nab at-large bids to NCAA women's basketball tournament

Oklahoma, Oklahoma State nab at-large bids to NCAA women's basketball tournament

The Oklahoma Sooners have won two games since February 1.

Cowboy fans aren't the only ones in disbelief that OSU didn't make the 68-team NCAA Tournament.

Both the Oklahoma men's and women's basketball teams were on the bubble, and both earned their way into the NCAA Tournament.

Soon, Oklahoma began to fall down the standings and at one point, lost six-straight games. Obviously, great respect for Rhode Island and the year they've had. "A long year, and we've had the extremes all in one season.very good play to less than that by a lot". Rhode Island boasts a 25-7 record and won the Atlantic 10's regular-season crown.

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Four players are averaging at least 8.0 points per game for Oklahoma, they are Trae Young (27.4), Christian James (12.1), Brady Manek (10.4) and Kameron McGusty (8.0). The former NBA great, who usually analyzes professional basketball for TNT but has made appearances on recent selections shows, also asked about Southern California getting snubbed in favor of Arizona State and Syracuse. Clearly they didn't think enough of the Cowboys.

Take Oklahoma for example: Sure, the Sooners got off to a hot start to the season and were even considered one of the best teams in the country through their non-conference schedule. But they also played tournament teams in Wichita State, Arkansas, Texas A&M and the aforementioned Florida State. "I don't see no logic", an increasingly animated Vitale said. "To tell you the truth, it frustrates the hell out of me". The choice for the final spot was between Oklahoma and Rutgers and the Sooners won out, largely on the strength of playing the nation's second most hard schedule. "The committee had them 16th in their [February] reveal, which is insane town".

Well, probably. You never know what the NCAA committee is thinking.