It was all Kansas State Wednesday night in Lubboch, as the 24th ranked Wildcats steamrolled Texas Tech 69-47 behind 16 points from junior G Martavious Irving.
Irving was one of two Wildcats to score in double figures, joining G Rodney McGruder, who added 13 points of his own.
Kansas State hit just one three pointer, but they didn't need much offense on a night when they were able to hold Texas Tech to just 39 field goal attempts.
34 of the 47 Red Raider points were scored by F Jordan Tolbert (18 points) and G Kevin Wagner (16 points). The loss marks the seventh consecutive for Texas Tech, all in conference play.
Kansas State improves to 4-3 in Big 12 play on the season, and will next host Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon in Manhattan.
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