Can anyone stop K-State's streak? Well, yeah. One game at a time, boys.
As reported yesterday, Jacob Pullen's injury is apparently just a bruised hand, nothing broken, strained or torn. Frank Martin is recovering from knee surgery that will undoubtedly come as welcome news to the floorboards near the K-State bench.
Nebraska dealt Missouri a crushing loss last night in Lincoln. K-State can now clinch the four seed in Kansas City and a Wednesday bye with a win Saturday against Iowa State.
This week's SB Nation Bracketology is out. It came out on Monday, before the win over Texas, and has K-State as an eight seed in the West Region, facing Illinois in the first round and likely BYU in the second round. All that has obviously changed now, but it's a good baseline for figuring out where things stand.
If it's March, it must be Gus Johnson.