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Oklahoma State Basketball Tickets

There are few better ways to spend a cold night on the plains than by huddling up with thousands of your fellow Midwesterners inside the cozy confines of Gallagher-Iba Arena, where the Oklahoma State Cowboys basketball team plays its games. The classic venue, which the Cowboys have called home since 1938, has seen a lot of great basketball played within its confines over the years. To experience basketball in its purest form, pick up some Oklahoma State basketball tickets now.

In the early years of Gallagher-Iba, the Cowboys were regularly among the most dominant teams in the country, winning national championships in 1945 and 1946 behind the play of Bob Kurland, the first 7-foot player in NCAA history. Those teams were also led by head coach Henry Iba, who spent 36 years at OSU building the kind of record and reputation that would eventually lead the school to name its court after him.

In more modern times, Eddie Sutton, who coached the Cowboys from 1990 to 2006, guided the team to their first Final Four since 1951 when he took his 1995 squad there. He followed up the feat nearly a decade later by coaching the 2004 team to those same heights.