Only a couple of men anywhere have spent as much time on a basketball court with Trae Young as Oklahoma State guard Lindy Waters III.

Both have been Teammates since elementary school, Waters and Young, who leads the nation in both scoring and assists, will be competing on the same court for the first time since their Norman North High School team lost in the Class 6A state finals in 2016 when No. 7 OU hosts OSU in the first Bedlam showdown of the season at Lloyd Noble Center tonight with an 8PM tip off on WBBZ.

Oklahoma State enters tonights Bedlam showdown against the rival Sooners with a 10-3 record, but each loss was at the hands of a team currently ranked No. 11 or better. Oklahoma will be OSU’s fifth AP top-25 opponent of the year, which are the most ranked opponents faced by any team in the Big-12. After sweeping both Bedlam meetings in 2017, the Cowboys are seeking back-to-back wins in Norman for the first time since 1964 and 1965.