Trae Young scored 48 points, but missed a deep three-pointer at the buzzer in overtime and No. 4 Oklahoma fell to Oklahoma State 83-81 on Saturday in Stillwater.
Young, a freshman guard who leads the nation in scoring, had 34 points after halftime. He matched the fifth-highest scoring effort in Sooners' history after also missing a 3-point try at the end of regulation. He shot 14 for 39 — he was 8 for 20 on three-pointers — and made all 12 of his free throws.
Jeffrey Carroll had 23 points and 13 rebounds while Kendall Smith added 20 points for Oklahoma State (13-6, 3-4 Big 12). Smith's three-pointer with eight seconds left in regulation tied it at 73.
The Cowboys went on...