Jacob Pullen and the Kansas State Wildcats continue to pour it on in their attempt to upset newly-minted No. 1 Kansas. Pullen has set a season-high with 30 points and the Wildcat leads the Jayhawks 65-47 with 10:00 left in the 2nd half.
KSU is shooting 58% from the field compare to Kansas’ 46%. The most staggering difference is in three-point shooting where the Wildcats are 4-8 (.500) while the Jawhawks are 2-11 (.182).
Tyrel Reed leads the Jawhawks with 14 points but it’s starting to look like it won’t be nearly enough. The one saving grace is that only one other player on the Wildcats is in double-figures. If they can find a way to shut down Pullen, they might be able to eek back into it.