Kansas State won its second game in a row defeating Texas Tech 65-46 in a physical and at times sloppy matcup. Neither team was on the mark from the field and combined to shoot 66 free throw attempts.
Kansas State came out on top despite making just 15-50 shot attempts. The Wildcats made up for their poor shooting touch by making 30-40 free throw attempts in the game. Shane Southwell led the way for the Wildcats scoring 13 points off the bench. Rodney McGruder and Will Spradling added 10 points each.
Texas Tech made 11-38 shots from the floor and was 20-26 from the charity stripe in the game. They however were undone by 22 turnovers. Luke Adams led the Red Raiders in scoring with 15 points off the bench and was joined in double figures by Jordan Tolbert's 11.
With the win, Kansas State improves to 17-6 overall and back over the .500 mark in the Big 12 at 6-5. Texas Tech falls to 7-16 and a dubious 0-11 in Big 12 play.
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