Making just 4 of 23 from long range, K-State lost its third straight game, as the 15th-ranked Cowgirls rallied in the second half to leave town with a 58-51 victory at Bramlage Coliseum.
The day is a celebration of America’s national bird brings out an average attendance of 160 people for learning and viewing.
Wabash Bar and Grill, at the end of Moro Street in Aggieville, is co-owned by Bollman and specializes in gourmet burgers.
It was the second straight season that saw K-State (11-3) upset the Cowboys to open Big 12 Conference play.
Sporting a heavy trap-based pressure defense, the Red Raiders’ speed and length forced Rock Creek into a number of errors, leading to easy baskets on the other end for Wamego.
Rock Creek ran away from Wamego, 75-64, in a game that was much closer down the stretch than the score indicated.
Revelers kick off 2014 at celebration in Aggieville.
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Winter fun at Manhattan’s ice skating rink.
Holiday light displays brighten Manhattan
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