Here’s a look back at Texas’ 81-69 loss to Kansas State at the Erwin Center in Austin on Saturday night:
How the Wildcats (22-5, 11-3 Big 12) won: Kansas State was the better team, and it was evident for the entire game. The Wildcats had crisp ball movement that often got shooters open looks, they were more physical under the basket, and they know how to make free throws. The final score really doesn’t show how soundly K-State handled Texas Saturday night; the Longhorns never got within 12 points over the final 17 minutes of the game.
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