Found January 07, 2013 on roundballchat.com:
Kansas State 2011-12: Record 22-11 overall, 10-8 in Big 12 (Tie 5th) Starters Returning (4) Jordan Henriquez, Rodney McGruder, Will Spradling, Angel Rodriguez Preseason Tournament: Preseason NIT Top Non-Conference Games: vs. Gonzaga, vs. Florida Out of nowhere Frank Martin left to South Carolina and in comes former Illinois head coach Bruce Weber. Weber, who has fired from Illinois, inherits a pretty good roster at Kansas State. The Wildcats return 8 of their top 9 scores from last year’s team. Kansas State will be in great shape to earn their 5th trip to the NCAA tournament in 6 years, that’s credit to the program Martin built at Kansas State. Leading the Wildcats will no doubt be guard Rodney McGruder (15.8 ppg). Simply he can do it all; he has no weakness. He is the 2nd returning leader scorer in the Big 12. Plus last season he was among the top in the league in rebounding, FG percentage, three point percentage and steals. Running the point guard duties will be Angel Rodriguez (8...
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