Oklahoma State knocks off UConn 98-90 at Maui Invitational
November 23, 2016
LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) — Oklahoma State's relentless pressure caused havoc against lesser opponents through the first three games.
It worked just as well in the Cowboys' first true test this season.
Jawun Evans had 35 points and five of Oklahoma State's 18 steals, lifting the Cowboys to a 98-90 win over Connecticut Monday night in the opening round of the Maui Invitational.
"I love the fact we had 18 steals. That's a great number," Oklahoma State coach Brad Underwood said. "That means we're being active and bothersome now."
Oklahoma State (4-0) jumped on the Huskies from the opening tip, tu...