Midwest Regional

March 20, 1994


at Oklahoma City

No. 4 Oklahoma State (24-9) vs. No. 12 Tulsa (22-7), 2:25 p.m.

No. 1 Arkansas (26-3) vs. No. 9 Georgetown (19-11), 5 p.m., approx.

Oklahoma State-Tulsa: The fourth-seeded Cowboys are most comfortable in a half-court offense, dumping the ball inside to 7-footer Bryant Reeves. The Golden Hurricane likes a fast pace -- it scored 63 in the first half of its upset of UCLA on Friday. Oklahoma State beat Tulsa, 73-61, at Tulsa in a game in December, but the Hurricane was without second-leading scorer Shea Seals.

Arkansas-Georgetown: The top-seeded Razorbacks love to run and press at all times, and the Hoyas use pressure off and on. In its first-round victory over Illinois, Georgetown got solid contributions from its bench, particularly Duane Spencer, who scored eight points and made four of five shots. Coach John Thompson said the play of the reserves will be paramount today. Arkansas did not look like a No. 1 seed in its 94-79 victory over North Carolina A&T. The Razorbacks only led by four points with nine minutes left before breaking the game open with an 18-2 surge.

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