Nov. 26, 2010
Box Score |
4/4 Kansas State (5-1) 84 –Texas Southern (1-5) 60
Bramlage Coliseum – Manhattan, Kan.
Friday, November 26, 2010
• Today’s game was the 353rd men’s game for K-State in Bramlage Coliseum… The Wildcats are now 262-91 (.742) all-time in games played in Bramlage Coliseum.
• Friday’s contest was the first time K-State has faced Texas Southern… The Wildcats are now 6-0 against teams from the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC).
• The Wildcats’ starting lineup Tuesday afternoon consisted of senior guard Jacob Pullen, sophomore guard Nick Russell, sophomore guard Rodney McGruder, sophomore forward Wally Judge and junior forward Freddy Asprilla… this was the sixth time K-State has used this lineup this season.
• Tonight’s win marks the most wins in November in program history… K-State has won five games in November five times now.
• K-State scored 30+ points off the bench for the fourth straight game… The Wildcat non-starters contributed 41 points tonight … K-State is 3-1 in those contests.
• The Wildcats allowed only 18 points in the first half… This is the fewest points an opponent has scored in the opening stanza this season… The previous low was 29 by No. 22 Virginia Tech… It is the fewest points allowed in the opening half since Loyola Chicago scored 18 in the season opener last year… Cleveland State scored just 19 in the first period last season as well.
• K-State scored 21 points off turnovers tonight… The Wildcats are now 45-5 in the Frank Martin era when scoring 20+ points off opponents’ mistakes.
• The Wildcats are now 49-2 under Frank Martin when scoring 80 or more points… They are also 54-6 when allowing fewer than 70 points.
• Jacob Pullen scored 16 points tonight to lead all K-State scorers and bring his career total to 1,592 career points… He needs 63 to pass Steve Henson for fifth in scoring all-time at K-State… His pair of 3-pointers give him 237 and move him into a tie for second in school history with Askia Jones.
• The following players posted season-highs in points scored: Victor Ojeleye (7), Shane Southwell (3), Juevol Myles (3).