Young vows OU will 'get better' as skid grows

From ESPN - February 19, 2018

LAWRENCE, Kansas -- Oklahoma freshman Trae Young said he feels "no concern" over the impact of a six-game losing streak on the Sooners' postseason bid after their 30-point loss Monday at Kansas in which he scored a career-low 11 points.

"I know we have got three more games," said Young, the nation's per-game leader in scoring and assists. "If we take care of business like we are supposed to, these next three games will be fine.

"We know we have to win at least two. We have got to get better. We will get better."

Oklahoma, 16-11 overall and 6-9 in the Big 12, closes with Kansas State on Saturday and Iowa State on March 2 at home, sandwiched around a Feb. 27 trip to Baylor.

Young, averaging 29 points before his 3-of-13 shooting performance Monday in the Jayhawks' 104-74 rout at Allen Fieldhouse, is 5-of-32 from 3-point range over Oklahoma's past four games.

"It's not getting harder for me," Young said. "My routine is not changing. We will be fine. I will be fine.


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