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Oklahoma Sooners MBB | Jordan Woodard Featured On Cousy Award Watch List

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Pardon the interruption from the daily dose of college football news as we interject a quick word from college hoops. The Oklahoma Sooners begin their chase for a post season win with an exhibition match-up this Friday against Washburn. With four returning starters, this high powered offense looks to balance things out by adding a rim protector on defense. One of the key returnees is none other than sophomore point guard, Jordan Woodard.

Throughout his freshman year, Woodard averaged 10.3 points per game along with 4.6 assists after starting all 33 games and narrowly missing a handful of school records. Hoping to build upon past success, the talented Edmond native finds himself listed on the Bob Cousy Award Watch List along with 35 other players from across the country. Each year, the Cousy Award is given to the nation's premier collegiate point guard.

2015 Bob Cousy Award Watch List

Olivier Hanlan, Boston College
Quinn Cook, Duke
Tyus Jones, Duke
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera, Georgetown
Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga
Siyani Chambers, Harvard
Yogi Ferrell, Indiana
Monte Morris, Iowa State
Kenneth Smith, Louisiana Tech
Cameron Payne, Murray State
Chasson Randle, Stanford
Will Cummings, Temple
Alex Caruso, Texas A&M
T.J. McConnell, Arizona
Ryan Boatright, Connecticut
Kasey Hill, Florida
Andrew Harrison, Kentucky
Tyler Ulis, Kentucky
Terry Rozier, Louisville
Romelo Trimble, Maryland
Angel Rodriguez, Miami
Derrick Walton Jr., Michigan
Jarvis Summers, Mississippi
Marcus Paige, North Carolina
Pierria Henry, North Carolina (Charlotte)
Jordan Woodard, Oklahoma
EC Matthews, Rhode Island
Isaiah Taylor, Texas
Julius Brown, Toledo
Delon Wright, Utah
London Perrantes, Virginia
Keifer Sykes, Wisconsin-Green Bay
Ryan Arcidiacono, Villanova
Briante Weber, VCU
Juwan Staten, West Virginia
Fred VanVleet, Wichita State

In February, the list will be trimmed down to just twenty players and later to five finalists in March.