Behind a stifling defense, the Kansas State Wildcats hold a 31-20 halftime advantage over Texas Tech at United Spirit Arena in Lubboch, TX.
The Wildcats held the Red Raiders to just 17 first half field goal attempts, and kept Texas Tech off of the offensive glass entirely.
Junior G Martavious Irving set the tone for Kansas State with eight points, and the 24th-ranked Wildcats are well on their way to a fourth Big 12 conference play victory.
Texas Tech entered the contest winless in Big 12 play, and losers of six straight games. Freshman G Kevin Wagner has already set a career-high with 13 first half points, over three times his previous best output of four.
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