Head coach Frank Martin has to be proud of his Kansas State Wildcats defensive effort in the first half versus the Texas Longhorns. The Longhorns are shooting a woeful 7-of-25 thus far and have forced nine turnovers as the Wildcats lead 40-27 on the road at the Irwin Center in Austin, Texas.
Rodney McGruder's 11 points and 5 rebounds along with Will Spradling's 11 points and 3 rebounds have spearheaded the offensive attack for K-State. Combine that with the bench contribution of Adrian Diaz's 7 points and the Wildcats have had a well-rounded offense versus a Texas team in disarray.
The Longhorns' two point guards have combined for 15 points, but J'Covan Brown's 8 points have come from a 2-of-8 shooting effort and Myck Kabongo's 7 points have come with 3 turnovers.
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