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Weber Shows Worth as Kansas State Climbs to No. 11
With nine victories in of their last ten games, including quality victories over then No. 8 Florida, and No. 22 Oklahoma State, Coach Bruce Weber and the Kansas State Wildcats (15-2) are sitting pretty at No. 11 in the country. There were plenty of questions coming into the season as former K-State Coach Frank Martin left for South Carolina and Weber Came over from Illinois, but they all seemed to have been answered by the only thing that matters: the “W” column. Weber has helped develop the talents of all of his players, especially Rodney McGruder, who has been on a tear. The 6’4” senior guard is averaging 15.5 points and 5.2 rebounds per game this season, and his play has been especially potent against Big 12 competition, where has the tied for the Big 12 lead and is putting up 21.5 points per game in his last four outings.
The next game on schedule for Weber and the Wildcats is a big one, as they’ll invite No. 3 Kansas to Fred Bramlage Coliseum for a match that could catapult them up the standings if they can bring home the win. Afterwards, the schedule doesn’t let up, as KState will face competition like Iowa State on January 26th, Oklahoma on February 2nd, and Baylor on February 16th, before finishing the season at Oklahoma State on March 9th. Be sure to claim your Kansas State Wildcats basketball tickets today to witness the squad as they battle to climb the standings and secure a high-seed come tourney time in March.