Scores

Final

Baylor 61

(13-6, 3-3 Big 12)

Kansas St 69

(14-7, 2-4 Big 12)

    Coverage: ESPN/WatchESPN

    9:00 PM ET, January 24, 2011

    Bramlage Coliseum, Manhattan, Kansas

    1 2 T
    BAY 18 4361
    KSU 25 4469

    Top Performers

    Baylor: Q. Acy 14 Pts, 7 Reb, 3 Stl, 3 Blk

    Kansas St: R. McGruder 12 Pts, 7 Reb, 2 Ast

    Kansas St. 69, Baylor 61

    Associated Press

    MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Jacob Pullen and Will Spradling had 17 points apiece and slow-starting Kansas State held on Monday night for a ragged, foul-plagued 69-61 victory over Baylor.

    The Wildcats (14-7, 2-4), who had lost four of five and tumbled into last place in a Big 12 race they'd been favored to win, used an 11-1 run early in the second half to regain control after the Bears (13-6, 3-3) erased a 25-18 halftime deficit with a quick flurry of 3-pointers.

    Quincy Acy led Baylor with 14 points. LaceDarius Dunn fouled out with 9 seconds left after scoring 13 points -- seven below his league-leading average.

    Curtis Kelly's dunk gave Kansas State a 60-50 lead, but the Bears cut it to 60-55 on a three-point play by Perry Jones. It was 63-58 with 28.8 seconds left when Kansas State's Juevol Myles hit two free throws -- his only points of the game.

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    Team Stat Comparison

     
    BAY
    KSU
    Points 61 69
    FG Made-Attempted 19-47 (.404) 19-52 (.365)
    3P Made-Attempted 6-15 (.400) 6-18 (.333)
    FT Made-Attempted 17-24 (.708) 25-31 (.806)
    Fouls (Tech/Flagrant) 26 (0/0) 23 (0/0)
    Largest Lead 2 13

    2010-11 Season

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    Research Notes

    After falling out of the top 25, Kansas State picked up a much-needed win over Baylor 69-61. While the result is not necessarily a surprise, how the Wildcats won certainly is. Kansas State his 25 of 31 free throws (80.6 percent). That included a 9-for-9 performance at line from reserve freshman Will Spradling. Why is it a surprise? Kansas State came into the game shooting 59.3 percent at the line, which ranked 341st out of 346 D-I teams.
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