SEATTLE (AP) -- It wasn't pretty, but Kansas State isn't ready to get worried. Not this early in the season.
Not even after the Wildcats' second big test of the non-conference slate ended in another disappointing finish, this time a 68-52 loss to No.14 Gonzaga on Saturday night.
Kelly Olynyk dominated inside with 20 points and Gonzaga rebounded from its first loss of the season with an impressive victory over the Wildcats, who were looking for their first signature win under new coach Bruce Weber.
"It's a long season, a lot can happen," Weber said after the game and not long after he was issued a technical foul for yelling at the officials in the second half. "We just got to go back and keep getting better, hopefully get over the hump sooner than later."
Hopefully, for the Wildcats, that's the case with a game against No. 5 Florida looming large next weekend. For that game to go differently than Saturday night, Kansas State will have to fi...