The Jayhawks led most of the first half before OSU took its first lead with 1:42 remaining in the half. At the break the Cowboys led 30-29.
Both teams shot well in the second half. Kansas shot 64 percent in the half, while OSU shot 57 percent from the field.
The Cowboys took advantage from the free-throw line hitting 19-of-24 from the charity stripe, while KU shot a season low 10 times from the stripe hitting eight.
Oklahoma State senior Joey Graham led five Cowboys in double-figures with 25 points, including 10-of-11 free throws. Freshman JamesOn Curry added 12 points, while seniors Ivan McFarlin, John Lucas and Daniel Bobik each added 11 points in the win.
Kansas (23-6) will now wait and see where they will play and what seed they will be in the NCAA Tournament. Selections for the Big Dance will take place on Sunday.
Story courtesy: KUAC