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K-State continues to slide in loss to Texas A&M

Posted on: January 22, 2011 4:30 pm
Day not going souht well for Shane

Posted by Eric Angevine

Kansas State's Shane Southwell wasn't having a good afternoon. Not only did he foul out of the afternoon game at Texas A&M with 15:42 left in the second half, but someone in the equipment room made a rather egregious typo on the back of his uniform. SOUHTWELL read the white lettering on his purple jersey. The error remained visible to the College Station crowd as he sat on the bench for the remainder of a huge Big 12 matchup.

It was a rough day for K-State all around. Jacob Pullen got his bell rung with seven minutes left in the game after running into a screen set by 6-foot-9, 230 lb. Aggie forward Kourtney Roberson. The Wildcats got Curtis Kelly back from suspension, and made several of their signature defensive plays, but were unable to pull out the win. A&M went to 4-1 in the Big 12, while the once-promising K-State team fell to 1-4 in the league, good for 11th place in the conference.

Other early afternoon games:

UConn 72 - Tennessee 61

Vanderbilt 89 - St. Mary's 70

UCLA 68 - Stanford 57

Category: NCAAB
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