Trae Young sees how much Oklahoma doesn't need him in NCAA Tournament

New York Post
Trae Young sees how much Oklahoma doesn't need him in NCAA Tournament
Trae Young sees how much Oklahoma doesn't need him in NCAA Tournament

COLUMBIA, S.C. — So this was Oklahoma's chance to show the college basketball world there is indeed Life After Trae Young. The Sooners went as Young went a year ago, and they went to the first round of the NCAA Tournament, where they lost in OT to Danny Hurley and Rhode Island. One-and-done Young took his wondrous long-range shooting talents to the NBA. He flew in from Atlanta on Friday and saw firsthand that these Sooners don't miss him. He arrived in time for the second half and said, “I hope I don't bring 'em bad luck.” He did not. The Sooners looked nothing like a 19-13 team. Looked nothing like an eight-seed dominating nine-seed Ole Miss — Rebels without a cause — from start to finish for

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