By John Marshall
AP Basketball Writer 

Oklahoma State beats Georgetown 97-70 for third in Maui


November 25, 2016

LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) — Oklahoma State coach Brad Underwood motioned his team over for an early timeout, slammed his clipboard to the hardwood and began screaming.

The Cowboys were lethargic, seemingly uninterested in playing defense.

Once Underwood lit into them and replaced four starters, the Cowboys couldn't be stopped.

Jeffrey Carroll had 20 points and Oklahoma State racked up 19 steals in a 97-70 win over Georgetown on Wednesday in the third-place game of the Maui Invitational.

"We didn't guard anybody. We didn't do anything we talked about. We were flat emotionally," Underwood said....

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