Oklahoma State Point Guard Kicked Off the Team Following Arrest for Peeing Out Car Window


Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford has dismissed troubled freshman Stephen Clark from the program following his second arrest of 2014. Over the weekend, the backup point guard was arrested for allegedly urinating out of the window of a car.

"Stephen Clark, 19, was arrested at 12:46 a.m. on a complaint of outraging public decency. Police said they received a call about a man urinating out of a vehicle window."

Clark was also arrested on New Year’s day. That time, he claimed he was rolling a blunt for a couple friends. He hasn’t been charged with a crime.

The Cowboys lost to Baylor at home Saturday, their third loss in four games. Oklahoma State, which already lost one player this season due to injury, has a rough 4-game stretch ahead: vs. Iowa State, at Texas Tech, at Texas, vs Oklahoma. At 16-5, the Cowboys are going from potentially being a 1-2-3 seed to probably in the 4-5-6 range.

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