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K-State Slate: 2.13.12

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K-State Basketball

In a game that was a tale of two halves, K-State dominated the first half before falling apart in the second half against Texas on Saturday. The end result was a 75-64 loss that leaves K-State reeling with games against KU, Baylor and Missouri looming.

None of K-State's players were made available to the media afterward. Draw your own conclusions from that.

There's no rest for the frustrated. K-State gets KU in Manhattan tonight.

Bill Self is wary of a snakebitten K-State team. A cornered and wounded animal is often the most dangerous, but at some point it gives up, too. Let's hope that doesn't happen with K-State.

In its last two wins over KU in Manhattan, there's been a Michael Beasley or Jacob Pullen to pour in 25 or 38 points. It will likely take a much more balanced effort tonight if K-State is to pull the upset.

K-State Women's Basketball

In the women's version of the Sunflower Showdown, K-State once again bested KU, notching a 47-43 win.

Big 12 Basketball

Missouri made eight threes in a row in the second half and ran Baylor out of the gym in a 72-57 win ... Iowa State blew out Texas A&M in a 69-46 laugher in Ames ... Remember that Oklahoma team K-State lost to twice? Yeah, it gave Texas Tech its first conference win of the year on Saturday ... KU cruised to an 81-66 home win over Oklahoma State.