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KFOR's Nate Feken Breaks Down Oklahoma State

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As Gonzaga gears up for its second round matchup with 9th-seeded Oklahoma State, Zag fans everywhere want to know what to expect from the Cowboys. SWX enlisted the help of Nate Feken, a sports reporter for KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City, to break down the Pokes' strengths and weaknesses heading into the NCAA Tournament.

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