Oklahoma State '95 Final Four Heavy T

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  • Hardwood History

      Oklahoma State hadn’t been to a Final Four since Hank Iba’s glory days in the early 1950s. Eddie Sutton's Cowboys would change that during the 1994-1995 season. Led by 7’0” senior Bryant Reeves and guard Randy Rutherford, who each averaged 20ppg and combined for 18 rebounds a night, Oklahoma State won the Big Eight conference tournament and entered the NCAA Tournament as the 4-seed in the East Region.

      The Cowboy run through the regionals was unexpected by everyone outside of Stillwater. To reach the Final Four in Seattle they beat 1-seed Wake Forest in the Sweet 16 and 2-seed UMass in the Elite 8. Both of those teams had All-American centers in Tim Duncan and Marcus Camby, respectively.  It was Rutherford that starred against Wake Forest with 23 points and 11 rebounds, while "Big Country" dominated against John Calipari’s UMass team with 24/10.

      Made of 100% USA cotton this t-shirt is beefy, durable and shrink free.  It gives you the feel of a t-shirt that has been worn for several years.  It's heavy in weight and has a sturdy feel with a generous fit.  

      Unisex Shirt - SIZE CHART
      • 100% Cotton
      • 6.5oz 
      • Garment Dye Crew Neck
      • Made in USA
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