The first free throw shot off Liz Donohoe’s hand rattled around the iron, then fell off the front of the rim.
Perhaps that opening-minute miscue from the nation’s premier foul shooter was a sign of the game to come, as No. 19 Oklahoma State lost to West Virginia 67-61 Tuesday night at Gallagher-Iba Arena in a contest that was uncharacteristic all around.
“Really disappointed with the way we played,” OSU coach Jim Littell said. “West Virginia’s very athletic and very physical, and we didn’t match their toughness or their physicality tonight.
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