K-State (13-4, 2-3 Big 12) looks to end a long losing-streak in Stillwater today, where they have lost 11 in a row, with their last win coming Jan. 9, 1993. They have lost 13 of 16 overall at Gallagher-Iba Arena.
Who: K-State vs. Oklahoma State
When: January 21, 2012 | 12:30 p.m.
Where: Stillwater, Okla. | Gallagher-Iba Arena (13,611)
Media: Big 12 Network/ESPN Full-Court/ESPN 3
|KSU (13-4, 2-3)||McGruder 15.7||Samuels 6.5||Spradling 2.9|
|OKST (9-9, 2-3)||Page 14.8||Jurick 5.8||Brown 2.0|
|Avg Points Allowed||64.9||65.8|
|Points||R. McGruder 15.7||K. Page 14.8|
|Rebounds||J. Samuels 6.5||P. Jurick 5.8|
|Assists||W. Spradling 2.9||M. Brown 2.0|
|Steals||R. McGruder 1.3||M. Brown 1.4|
|Blocks||J. Henriquez 2.3||P. Jurick 2.2|
|Team Stats: Kansas State | Oklahoma State|
The Cowboys have lost seven of 10. They’re 7-1 at home but have dropped six in a row overall to ranked teams.
Kansas State will be playing without junior forward, 7-foot forward Jordan Henriquez, whowas suspended indefinitely by Martin on Thursday for conduct detrimental to the team. Henriquez has played in every game this season and is averaging 7.1 points and 5.1 rebounds.
Topeka Capital-Journal: KSU’s Jordan Henriquez suspended indefinitely
On Wednesday, Kansas State continued its dominance of Texas with a 84-80 in Manhattan behind another 30-point game from Rodney McGruder. He has now has back-to-back 30-point games at home.
KC Star: K-State hangs on to beat Texas 84-80
Topeka Capital-Journal: McGruder continues to flourish in his role as K-State’s primary scorer
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