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Kansas State is far from a perfect basketball team, but the Wildcats occasionally appear flawless inside Bramlage Coliseum.
A 74-57 victory over No. 15 Texas on Saturday was one of those occasions.
The Wildcats were dominant.
“They beat us in every way you can be beat,” Texas coach Rick Barnes said. “They played harder, they played with more energy, they were more physical – any category you want to ask me about, they were better … They really deserved to win. I don’t think the score is indicative of how badly they beat us.”
That’s telling, considering K-State raced to a 39-18 halftime lead and cruised to a surprisingly easy win.
Remember, this was supposed to be a battle. Texas, 18-5 overall and 7-3 in the Big 12, entered the day as one of the nation’s hottest teams. It had won seven straight, including four victories over ranked opponents, and it owned sole possession of second place in the Big 12.
The Wildcats entered the day having lost three of four, including a heartbrea...
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Marcus Foster shoots over Demarcus Holland at Bramlage Coliseum on Sat. Feb. 8, 2014
Just call them the Comeback ‘Cats.
That was the story of the afternoon as freshman Marcus Foster led the Kansas State Wildcats with 34 points in their 74-57 win against the Texas Longhorns on Saturday in Bramlage Coliseum. It marks the sixth time he’s scored double figures in Big 12 play and...
Marcus Foster led the Wildcats in their 85-82 OT overtake of No. 7 Kansas on Monday.
Those expecting another Kansas win were in for a rude awakening as the K-State Wildcats pulled away with a 85-82 victory over Kansas in overtime, last night in Bramlage Coliseum.
In years past, the home court advantage hasn’t really existed for the Wildcats (17-7, 7-4 Big 12) when it’s come...
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Marcus Foster scored a career-high 34 points on 13-of-16 shooting and Kansas State beat No. 15 Texas 74-57 on Saturday, ending the Longhorns' seven-game winning streak.
Foster surpassed the previous scoring mark for a Kansas State freshman set by Michael Beasley against Colorado with 33 points on March 4, 2008. Foster's previous high was 25 points against...
Marcus Foster scored a career-high 34 points on 13-of-16 shooting and Kansas State beat No. 15 Texas 74-57 on Saturday, ending the Longhorns' seven-game winning streak.
Foster's points were the most for Kansas State freshman since Michael Beasley had 39 against Kansas on March 1, 2008. Foster's previous high was 25 points against Oral Roberts on Nov. 13.
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Kansas State's Marcus Foster was battered and bruised, just like everyone else on the court, and was having a hard time limping around during breaks in the play.
When the final buzzer sounded, he had no problem jumping up in celebration.
Foster scored a game-high 20 points, two coming on free throws in the closing seconds of overtime, and helped the Wildcats...
Holly Rowe will let nothing stand in her way when it comes to getting a postgame interview. She’ll even climb on top of a scorer’s table if she has to. Kansas State fans rushed the court after the Wildcats pulled the upset win on Kansas 85-82 in overtime on Monday night. With the scene so […]
Melvin Ejim padded his Big 12 scoring lead with a performance that topped the previous conference record of 44 points by Kansas State's Denis Clemente in 2009 and the Wildcats' Michael Beasley in 2008
In their first matchup, Texas hit a last-second shot to beat Kansas State in Austin. Saturday afternoon in Manhattan, the Wildcats made sure the Longhorns weren't ever close enough to try, coasting to a 74-57 win, marking the worst losing margin for the 'Horns this season.
Marcus Foster scored 20 points, including two free throws in the closing seconds of overtime, and Kansas State held on to beat No. 7 Kansas 85-82 on Monday night.
Taking a deeper look at Saturday's Texas-Kansas State matchup.
Kansas State beats No. 15 Texas 74-57
News, notes and quotes on No. 7 Kansas' matchup with Kansas State tonight on ESPN Big Monday at 8 p.m. at Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, while expecting a wild crowd facing the Jayhawks.