The first time Kansas State beat Kansas at Bramlage Coliseum, it had Michael Beasley. The second time, Jacob Pullen had a night for the ages.
The third time was different.
Though the Wildcats’ 85-82 overtime victory against the Jayhawks on Monday was every bit as memorable as the two that came before it, there was no hero. K-State won this one behind a complete team effort.
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
Life after Jacob Pullen will be no easier than life after Michael Beasley for Kansas State, but as long as Frank Martin is pacing the sidelines for the Wildcats, you can bet that they will be contenders.
Eric Prisbell and Steve Yanda of the WASHINGTON POST report that as part of a current Maryland Circut Court case, Michael Beasley recently revealed stunning details about his recruitment to Kansas State and one year-stay at the school.
In a counterclaim filed late last month by attorney Mark A. Smith on behalf of Beasley against his former NBA agent Joel Bell, the former Kansas...