STILLWATER, Okla. -- James Anderson scored 26 points, Keiton Page added 20 points and Oklahoma State relied on its outside shooting to beat Coppin State 79-61 on Tuesday night without suspended forward Marshall Moses.
Moses watched the game from the Cowboys bench in a gray sweater after being charged earlier in the day with possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license. Moses, who was averaging a double-double, was arrested early Monday morning, and coach Travis Ford decided to make him sit out one game.
Without his presence inside, Oklahoma State (12-2) attempted a season-high 34 3-pointers and matched its season best by making 10. Page led the way with five 3-pointers, and Obi Muonelo made three while scoring 15 points.
Michael Harper led Coppin State (5-7) with 21 points.