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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | January 20, 2016

Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford gives emotional speech after win over Kansas

Oklahoma State added to the craziness of college basketball this season with a lopsided 86-67 win over No. 3 Kansas on Tuesday night.

Head coach Travis Ford gave an emotional postgame speech in the locker room, praising his players for their efforts and overcoming doubts about them.

Not many were counting on the Cowboys, who lost four straight before its win over the Jayhawks. But if they take Ford's advice and bottle it up, then Tuesday night could be just the beginning for Oklahoma State.

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