The No. 3 Kansas State Wildcats held off the Presbyterian Blue Hose for a 76-67 victory on Thursday night. Kansas State didn't see much production out of Jacob Pullen in game one because of some foul trouble but he led the team in minutes played on Thursday and scored 15 points.
The Wildcats controlled much of the game but let Presbyterian comeback into late in the second half. Kansas State was able to close it out with a couple of minutes remaining much to the pleasure of the home crowd.
The Blue Hose lit it up beyond the arc hitting nine of 15 three points attempts. They were also 8-of-9 at the free throw line while K-State finished just 9-of-19 (though Pullen was 5-of-6).
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