Cezar Guerrero did his best Reggie Miller impression Wednesday night in Stillwater, scoring six points in four seconds to help Oklahoma State force overtime – the Cowboys eventually won – and avoid an upset at the hands of Texas San-Antonio. Guerrero, a heralded freshman, scored a game-high 29 points (eight in overtime), including 8 three-pointers. Oklahoma State is now 3-0 and narrowly avoided the ignominy of teams like LSU, UCLA, Pittsburgh and South Carolina. [Video via Pistols Firing]
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