Kansas State Postgame Notes

Kansas State fell to 10-11 in the all-time series with Texas Tech, including a 7-3 record in Manhattan... Head coach Bob Huggins is 0-3 against Bob Knight.


K-State’s appearance on “Big Monday” on ESPN was the school’s eighth and the first since Feb. 4, 2002 against Kansas.


Kansas State is now 207-81 (.718) in Bramlage Coliseum since its opening in the 1988 season... The Wildcats are now 835-322 (.721) all-time in home games.


  The Wildcats’ starting lineup Monday night was: junior guard Clent Stewart, senior guard Lance Harris, senior forward Akeem Wright, junior forward David Hoskins, freshman center Jason Bennett... It is the first time this season this group has started a game...Harris has now appeared in 78 straight games... Hoskins has started in each of the Wildcats’ first 16 games.


Kansas State shot 31 percent (9-for-29) in the first half and 29.2 percent (7-for-24) in the second half, the lowest marks in a half since shooting 22.6 percent in the first half of the December 22 match-up with USC in Las Vegas... The 28.6 percent (14-for-49) mark from the field ties the previous season low against New Mexico on Nov. 21. 


David Hoskins led the Wildcats in scoring for the fourth time this season with a 23 point effort... Hoskins reached double figures for the 13th time this season and 33rd time in his career and was the only Wildcat with double digits in the contest... Hoskins has scored 20 points or more six times in his career.


The loss to Texas Tech drops Kansas State to 0-2 in Big 12 play and marks the first loss at Bramlage Coliseum this season... Kansas State dropped its third consecutive contest... Hoskins drained two three-pointers and extended Kansas State’s consecutive games with a three-pointer streak to 297.