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Stephen Ugochukwu goes to the rim in Monday's 69-54 win against Stephen F. Austin. (Rick Hickman / The American Press)

Stephen Ugochukwu goes to the rim in Monday's 69-54 win against Stephen F. Austin. (Rick Hickman / The American Press)

'Mentally we weren't there': Mistake-prone Cowboys lose, 78-65, to Northwestern State

By Chandler Rome / The American Press

Unaware exactly where he was on the court, Jarren Greenwood readied himself for a 3-point shot in the far corner, squaring his shoulders toward the Burton Coliseum goal. Milliseconds later, a whistle blew. Greenwood’s right foot was touching the out-of-bounds line — one of 11 first-half ...

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