OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma State says it will hold a news conference Sunday at 6 p.m. ET in Stillwater with Marcus Smart, coach Travis Ford and athletic director Mike Holder.
Late in Saturday night's game at Lubbock, Texas, Smart confronted a Texas Tech fan who appeared to say something to the All-America guard. Smart shoved Tech fan Jeff Orr with two hands, and teammates quickly pulled Smart away as he pointed back in Orr's direction. Smart was issued a technical foul and did not play the final seconds of the game.
No decision has been announced on whether Smart will be punished.
Texas Tech said earlier Sunday it is investigating the incident, trying to speak with people who were in the area of the altercation.
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