Tech fan Jeff Orr sparked the incident by calling Smart a "piece of crap" and agreed to not attend any Tech basketball games for the rest of the season

February 9, 2014 - 10:51pm

Here are reactions to the Marcus Smart-Jeff Orr incident at the end of the Texas Tech-Oklahoma State game late Saturday, posted on Twitter: Former Baylor/OSU player John Lucas III (@Luke1luk) I just saw the video that same fan was at the games talking crazy even when I was in school I don’t fo...

February 10, 2014 - 1:15am

Texas Tech is investigating an incident between fan Jeff Orr and Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart in the final seconds of Tech's upset win Saturday night at United Spirit Arena and hopes to have a statement later today. The only action Tech can take is dealing with the fan, said Blayne Beal, Tech's a...

February 9, 2014 - 11:08am

Saturday night at United Spirit Arena could eventually end up being one of the most historic nights in Texas Tech basketball's history. The Red Raiders upset No.

February 8, 2014 - 11:39pm

Marcus Smart must show better judgment than he did Saturday (Krista Pirtle's blog)

I didn't see it when it happened, and like most of you, I didn't hear what was said.

I'm living off the replay, whether it be on Youtube or SportsCenter.

In an instant, the reputation of one of the best players in men's college basketball was tarnished.

Whether Oklahoma State sophomore guard Marcus Smart was provoked or not, he needed to control his temper.

No excuses.

He's the preseason Big 12 Player of the Year for crying out loud.

As one of the faces of college ball, Smart is a role model to many young basketball players across the country. 

Moment before Marcus Smart's shove

Jamal Williams sinks a jumper at the buzzer

Texas Tech men's basketball senior guard Jamal Williams made a jumper at the buzzer to give the Red Raiders a 29-27 lead over Oklahoma State going into halftime.

Texas Tech men's basketball head Coach Tubby Smith instilled the belief in his team that they could not only compete in games this season but win.

February 8, 2014 - 12:03am

Operation Sellout

Less than 1,000 tickets remain to Texas Tech men's basketball's Saturday showdown against No. 19 Oklahoma State.

Tech is also declaring the game a black out, as all fans are encouraged to wear black and arrive to United Spirit Arena early.

Tip-off is at 8:30 p.m. and the doors open at 7:30.

The Cowboys enter the matchup coming off three straight losses to Oklahoma (88-76), Baylor (76-70) and Iowa State in triple overtime (98-97).