ISU looks to end Big 12 tournament futility
AMES (AP) —
Iowa State snapped a seven-year NCAA tournament drought in 2012 and could earn another bid on Sunday night.
There’s still one postseason losing streak the Cyclones desperately want to end — the eight years since they won a Big 12 tournament game. It’s a run of futility that stretches back three coaches and three different host cities: Dallas, Oklahoma City and Kansas City.
The Cyclones (21-10, 11-7 Big 12) return to Kansas City to play Oklahoma on Thursday. They’re hoping that, for the first time since 2005, they won’t have to head straight home after the opening game.
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