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Posted: Wednesday November 03, 1999 04:30 PM
Cowboys' 1999-00 schedule
| Oklahoma State |
| 1998-99 record |
| 23-11 overall, 10-6 Big 12 (lost to Auburn in NCAA second round)|
| Coach |
| Eddie Sutton, 202-88 (nine years), 632-252 overall (29 years)
| Projected starting lineup |
G Doug Gottlieb, 6-1 Sr. |
Superb playmaker who led nation in assists (8.8), but an awful
shooter (31 percent from the floor, 44 percent from foul line).
G Glendon Alexander, 6-5 Sr.
The 39-percent 3-point shooter found his niche in the offense late in
F Desmond Mason, 6-6 Sr.
One of the conference's marquee players, averaged 27 ppg. in two NCAA
F Alex Webber, 6-10 Sr.
Known more for his fouling than his play, but the rock 'em sock 'em post
played well down the stretch.
F Brian Montonati, 6-9 Sr.
Voted team's Most Improved Player last year, he averaged almost seven
points a game in 18 minutes of play per game.
| Top guy off the bench |
G Joe Adkins, 6-2 Sr. |
Started 27 games last year and might start again in three-guard lineup.
| Key Newcomer |
F Andre Williams, 6-9, Kansas City |
Team's only signee last fall, attended prep school in Maine, averaging
15.1 points and 12.7 rebounds a game.
| Key Games |
| Six of first seven conference games will be against teams
expected to finish in the bottom third of the league, so a quick start
is important. The other game is at home against league co-favorite Texas
| Outlook |
Lost premier scorer in Adrian Peterson, but he is the only
starter and letterman not returning. Mason will be hard to defend,
especially if he is able to stay on the outside. That will depend on
Webber, Motonati and Williams' play inside. This will be a very good
team, and the conference title is not out of the question.
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