Frank Martin has officially reinstated Jordan Henriquez, and the junior center could play for K-State tonight in Lubbock against Texas Tech.
Even with Henriquez back, don't be surprised to see freshman Adrian Diaz log some minutes. Despite Martin's "piss poor job coaching that kid" earlier this year, Diaz is starting to understand his role for K-State.
With Angel Rodriguez making an appearance in the starting lineup, Martavious Irving now provides a spark off the bench for K-State.
This doesn't necessarily fit under basketball specifically, but K-State is 49th in the country in money spent on recruiting.
Big 12 Basketball
In Tuesday action, Texas got a home win over Iowa State, while Baylor managed to get back on the winning track against Oklahoma in Norman.
Texas gave Mack Brown a four-year contract extension, which means his contract now runs through 2020. Chip Brown tweeted that the rumors this fall of Brown stepping down were negative-recruiting based, so an extension was the answer. To which I say well done, devious Bill Snyder. Well done.