When the Wildcats did win the game, no fans ran onto the court to celebrate. In a more unique fashion, the players celebrated the win on the court and then ran up to the student section to recognize the fans.
It’s the fourth straight win over Oklahoma in Manhattan and the third straight time the Wildcats have beaten a No. 1 team in Bramlage Coliseum, including Texas in 2010 and KU in 2011.
This is the second in a series following Alex Grieves and Bruce Figger through their clinical year at K-State’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
It was the 12th straight Big 12 road loss for K-State, which now gets No. 1 Oklahoma at home this Saturday.
The Wildcats used a 19-2 second-half run to push ahead by as many as 18 points on Saturday before holding on to beat Ole Miss, 69-64, in Bramlage Coliseum.
The Kansas State women had No. 6 Texas right where they wanted them. But only for one quarter on Saturday night.
The class is the 11th in the history of the K-State Athletics Hall of Fame, including the charter class of 1990.
Shots started falling early on for K-State (12-7, 2-5 Big 12), the Wildcats forced Oklahoma State into mistakes and then everything else seemed to fall into place.
The junior center has been the top scoring option for the Wildcats since head coach Jeff Mittie arrived two seasons ago.
The season’s first significant snowfall gave sledding aficionados a chance to slide down the newly upgraded hill at CiCo Park this week.
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