OSU at OU women's basketball: How to watch, three things to know, Bedlam live updates

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How to watch Oklahoma State at No. 18 Oklahoma

When: 6 p.m. Wednesday

Where: Lloyd Noble Center, Norman

TV: Bally Sports Oklahoma

Radio: OSU — KGFY 105.5 FM; OU — KOKC 1520 AM, KREF 99.3 FM/1400 AM

Against the spread: Sooners by 11.5

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Oklahoma State's Lauren Fields (23) goes around Colorado's Frida Formann (3) during the Cowgirls' 55-45 loss on Wednesday in Stillwater.
Oklahoma State's Lauren Fields (23) goes around Colorado's Frida Formann (3) during the Cowgirls' 55-45 loss on Wednesday in Stillwater.

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Three things to know about OSU

► Cowgirls’ leading scorer Lauren Fields, who is averaging 16.4 points per game, has missed the last two games and her status for Bedlam is unclear, according to OSU coach Jim Littell.

► OSU has lost four consecutive games and six of its last seven. Over the last three games, the Cowgirls have been outscored 67-30 in the first quarter and have outscored their opponents over the final three quarters, 136-135.

► Taylen Collins is averaging 13.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and is shooting 66% from the floor in four games against ranked opponents this season.

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Oklahoma's Taylor Robertson (30) celebrates a 3-point basket during the college women's game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners and the Baylor Bears at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Okla., Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022. OU won 83-77. Taylor Robertson broke the Big 12 women's record for most career 3-pointers.
Oklahoma's Taylor Robertson (30) celebrates a 3-point basket during the college women's game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners and the Baylor Bears at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Okla., Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022. OU won 83-77. Taylor Robertson broke the Big 12 women's record for most career 3-pointers.

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Three things to know about OU

OU is coming off a 94-65 loss at Kansas State which included an NCAA-record 61 points by the Wildcats’ Ayoka Lee. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Sooners, who hadn’t scored fewer than 71 points in any of their first 18 games.

► Taylor Robertson has hit a 3-pointer in 27 consecutive games and in 80 of her last 81. Robertson is 99 3-pointers away from the NCAA career record of 497.

► OSU has won four consecutive games in the series, including the last two in Norman, and seven of the last nine. The Sooners lead the overall series 62-48.

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Projected starters for OSU at OU

Oklahoma State (6-10, 1-6 Big 12)

Pos. — Player — Ht. — Cl. — Pts. — Reb.

C — Kassidy De Lapp — 6-3 — Sr. — 3.6 — 4.6

F — Taylen Collins — 6-1 — So. — 9.4 — 6.6

F — Macie James — 5-11 — Fr. — 3.6 — 1.4

G — Lexy Keys — 5-7 — So. — 9.6 — 2.5

G — Neferatali Notoa — 6-0 — So. — 3.7 — 2.2

Oklahoma (16-3, 5-2 Big 12)

Pos. — Player — Ht. — Cl. — Pts. — Reb.

F — Liz Scott — 6-2 — Jr. — 6.1 — 4.7

F — Madi Williams — 5-11 — Sr. — 18.4 — 7.9

G — Taylor Robertson — 5-11 — Sr.. — 18.3 — 4.4

G — Nevaeh Tot — 5-2 — So. — 6.7 — 3.6*

G — Kennady Tucker — 5-10 — Jr. — 5.2 — 2.3

*-Assists

Ryan Aber, Staff writer

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