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K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | March 21, 2014

    KSU rides underdog feel into tonight’s matchup

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    ST. LOUIS — Anyone who has watched NCAA tournament coverage in the last week might have heard the same thing: The Kentucky-Wichita State matchup will be tough for the Shockers. That approach writes off the season Kansas State has had, and what the Wildcats feel they

  • Men's Basketball | March 21, 2014

    All eyes on Foster on national stage

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    ST. LOUIS — When Kansas State lost at Kansas in January, something changed in Marcus Foster. After that, the K-State freshman consistently played his best basketball against teams that were among the top 50 RPI in the country. Whether it was 18 points in a win over Oklahoma, 34

  • Men's Basketball | March 21, 2014

    Iwundu set for reunion with Harrison twins

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    ST. LOUIS — Their fathers have spent much of the last week telling the story, but on Thursday, it was their turn. Aaron and Andrew Harrison, Kentucky’s twin freshmen guards, will meet up with a guy they consider to be a brother when they play

  • Men's Basketball | March 18, 2014

    Calipari sees veteran team in K-State

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    Throughout this season, Kansas State has made its living leaning on the back of freshman guard Marcus Foster. But when Kentucky head coach John Calipari looks at the Wildcats, he sees a team that’s more experienced than it’s often been given credit for

  • Men's Basketball | March 17, 2014

    KSU gets Kentucky to open tourney

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    As soon as Kansas State’s matchup with Kentucky appeared during the Sunday’s NCAA tournament selection show, Wildcat Bruce Weber received a message from Ernie Barrett. The legendary Wildcat told Weber he wanted the team to go win one for him to make up

  • Men's Basketball | March 16, 2014

    Cats wait for NCAA seeding

    When the Kansas State men’s basketball team watches Selection Sunday today, bracketology experts expect the Wildcats to fall somewhere on the 8-10 seed line. The Wildcats (20-12) are assumed to be one of seven Big 12 teams that will hear their name called at 5 p.

  • Men's Basketball | March 14, 2014

    Cyclones deal Cats early exit

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Every time Kansas State and Iowa State played this season, it came down to who made plays in the final few minutes. This one was no different. (Kansas State senior Shane Southwell shoots over Iowa State’s Dustin Hogue on Thursday in

  • Men's Basketball | March 14, 2014

    Johnson comes through in Big 12 loss

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When Marcus Foster went to the bench this season, Kansas State didn’t always have an answer to fill his scoring gap. When Foster wasn’t in on Thursday, they had it in fellow freshman Nigel Johnson. Johnson scored a career-high 17 points

  • Men's Basketball | March 13, 2014

    Cyclones hand K-State early Big 12 exit

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was gone in a flash. The Kansas State men’s basketball team tied Iowa State with 3:04 left in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon, but the Wildcats were unable to finish the job, losing 91-85 in a back-and-forth game at

  • Men's Basketball | March 12, 2014

    It’s Cats vs. Cyclones, Part III

    As the Kansas State men’s basketball team entered the final stretch of its schedule, there were times the Wildcats looked gassed. In losses to Oklahoma State and Baylor in the last week, K-State didn’t seem to have the energy to compete in segments


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