Oklahoma State's Michael Cobbins (No. 20) had a big block vs. Baylor on Tuesday.
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Oklahoma State forward Michael Cobbins blocked a shot from Baylor forward Royce O'Neale Tuesday night, then quickly found a camera to wag his finger to.

By SI Wire
January 27, 2015

Oklahoma State forward Michael Cobbins blocked a shot from Baylor forward Royce O'Neale Tuesday night, then quickly found a camera to wag his finger toward.

Cobbins, who entered Tuesday averaging a career-high 2.2 blocks per game, blocked four shots in Oklahoma State's 64-53 home win over No. 20 Baylor. The senior added six points and 11 rebounds.

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Entering this season, Cobbins, who missed Big 12 play last season, ranked sixth in Oklahoma State history with 111 career blocked shots and seventh with a 1.5 blocks-per-game average. 

Oklahoma State improved to 14-6 (4-4 Big 12) after losing three of its last four games.

The Cowboys next play Saturday at home vs. No. 24 Oklahoma (12-7, 3-4 Big 12).

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