Kansas has lost each of its previous two trips to Manhattan against rival Kansas State. The No. 2-ranked Jayhawks look to end that two-year Bramlage Coliseum skid and stay atop the Big 12 standings in the Sunflower Showdown.
A tight game in Morgantown, W. Va., right now between Oklahoma and West Virginia. If the Sooners win, WVU, OU and Baylor will all have 5 Big 12 losses. KU is 10-3 entering this evening's game at K-State. If WVU wins at home, the Mountaineers stay at 4 in the loss column and help their chances of making this race come down to the wire.
What does K-State do best/what should KU worry about most in Bramlage today?
Here’s a look at where the Wildcats rank the highest in Big 12 play:
5th in scoring D: 72.0 ppg
1st in 3-point FG% D: 32.2%
4th in rebounding: 35.8 rpg
4th in assists: 14.1 apg
2nd in steals: 8.1 spg
2nd in offensive rebounds: 13.2 orpg
K-State wearing gray unis at home. KU in blue. Here we go...
Selden misses a 3 from the right wing to open the game. Landen Lucas easily pulls down the offensive board and goes to the FT line.
Justin Edwards short jumper in the lane falls and K-State takes early 2-1 lead.
1:14 into the game, Landen Lucas has 2 offensive rebounds. Draws another foul inside.
Lucas 2 of 4 at the FT line in the opening minute-plus. 68.5% shooter on the year.
Ellis on the perimeter dishes to Selden on the block and the guard goes glass to tie it at 4.