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Cats’ 2nd half rally takes down ‘Hawks

February 24, 20150 Comments

By Erik Stone Nigel Johnson scored a career-high 20 points and Nino Williams added 15 including seven critical free throws as a much-maligned Kansas State squad rallied from an eight-point second half deficit to knock off eighth-ranked Kansas 70-63 Monday night at Bramlage Coliseum. Perry Ellis was the key for the Jayhawks in the first […]

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Foster returns, lifts Cats over OU

February 14, 20150 Comments

By Erik Stone Marcus Foster in his first game after a three-game suspension scored 14 points, none more important than the last three from his final shot as he nailed a three-point basket with 3.4 seconds left to lead Kansas State to a 59-56 victory over 17th-ranked Oklahoma and bring to an end the Wildcats […]

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Texas holds off K-State, takes losing streak to four

February 7, 20150 Comments

By Erik Stone Isaiah Taylor scored 23 points, the last two on free throws with 1.4 seconds left as Texas hung on for a 61-57 victory over Kansas State in Big 12 action Saturday afternoon at Bramlage Coliseum. The two teams played even for the game’s first eight minutes and then the Longhorns bolted out […]

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Wildcats’ Offensive Struggles in Lawrence Continue

Wildcats’ Offensive Struggles in Lawrence Continue

February 2, 20150 Comments

By Cole Manbeck   I’m not going to spend much time breaking down Kansas State’s 68-57 loss Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse. Let’s just take a quick look at a few numbers from the loss in Lawrence: K-State had only three players score in the first 27 minutes and 43 seconds of play on Saturday. In […]

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WVU Loss Leaves Wildcats with Little Room for Error

WVU Loss Leaves Wildcats with Little Room for Error

January 29, 20150 Comments

By Cole Manbeck   We will break down Kansas State’s loss to West Virginia a few paragraphs later. But first, let’s examine what Tuesday night’s 65-59 loss means for the Wildcats’ NCAA Tournament hopes as the month of February approaches. K-State is now 12-9 overall and 5-3 in the Big 12. From 1985 (the year […]

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#17 WVU overcomes sloppy K-State

January 27, 20150 Comments

By Erik Stone Tarik Phillip scored 12 points and Juwan Staten added 11 and West Virginia took advantage of 25 Kansas State turnovers and 15 missed free throws as the 17th-ranked Mountaineers hung on for a 65-59 victory Tuesday night in Big 12 Basketball action at Bramlage Coliseum. Just like Saturday’s game against Oklahoma State […]

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K-State’s Offense Efficient in Victory over Cowboys

January 26, 20150 Comments

By Cole Manbeck Kansas State scored 63 points on Saturday in its 63-53 victory over Oklahoma State, and that point total might not seem significant. However, it is. K-State’s offensive performance was the most efficient outing an opposing team has put together against the Cowboys all season. The Wildcats like to slow the game down, […]

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Nino’s 20 pts. lead Cats over Pokes

January 24, 20150 Comments

By Erik Stone Nino Williams scored 20 points and Marcus Foster and Justin Edwards added 14 apiece as Kansas State started fast in both halves and was never seriously threatened as the Wildcats defeated Oklahoma State 63-53 Saturday before a sellout crowd on Legends Weekend at Bramlage Coliseum. Never trailing at any point, K-State blasted […]

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K-State Wins Without Foster

January 19, 20150 Comments

  By Cole Manbeck   Kansas State notched a significant win on its postseason resume on Saturday, defeating Baylor 63-61. More importantly, the Wildcats came back from a 12-point deficit against a quality opponent without much of a contribution from Marcus Foster, due to second-half foul trouble.   In the 13 minutes Foster sat on […]

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Cats Beat Baylor After 14-Point Deficit

January 17, 20150 Comments

By Erik Stone Nino Williams scored 18 points and Marcus Foster added 11 despite being on the bench for a significant stretch of the second half after picking up his fourth foul as Kansas State after trailing by as many as 14 points in the first half staged one of the better comebacks in recent […]

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