The Oklahoma Sooners are in the midst of one of the most epic collapses in college basketball history.
Back in mid-January, after a solid victory over TCU, Oklahoma sat with a 14-2 record and the No. 4 ranking in the country. Just over a month later, the Sooners are likely on the outside looking in when it comes to the NCAA Tournament.
Oklahoma, led by star guard Trae Young, was arguably the hottest team in the country the first two months of the season. The Sooners took down Oregon, USC, Wichita State and Northwestern out of conference. But the last month has been an absolute disaster.
Since that victory over TCU, the Sooners have won just three games. They're 3-10 in their last 13 games - now sitting with just a 17-12 record heading into their regular season finale against Iowa State on Friday. A 7-10 record in the Big 12 means that at the moment, they're likely not going to make the NCAA Tournament.
Oklahoma was routed by Baylor on Tuesday night, ending the month of February with a 1-7 record.
ESPN's Joe Lunardi, at the moment, has Oklahoma hanging on as a 10-seed.
The Sooners do have some solid early-season wins, and there's always a chance that they make a run in the Big 12 Tournament. But at the moment, it's hard to see the committee putting in a team that's in such a free fall. We'll know for sure in just over a week.