The Cowboys and Wildcats will meet Wednesday with each team looking to not fall below .500.
Oklahoma State and Kansas State are each 10-10 entering their Wednesday evening matchup in Manhattan, and both teams are on three-game losing streaks. Here is a preview of the game.
Time: 8 p.m. Wednesday
Location: Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kansas
Watch: ESPNU (Chuckie Kempf and Bryndon Manzer)
|Oklahoma State||Kansas State|
|Points Per Game||69.5||67|
|Opponent Points Per Game||66.8||63.1|
|Opponent Field-Goal Percentage||40%||41%|
|Rebounds Per Game||36.9||34.8|
The Cowboys have swept the Wildcats the past two seasons, as the Pokes bring a four-game series winning streak with them to Manhattan.
The most recent game in Bramlage Coliseum, a 70-54 OSU victory, saw Isaac Likekele lead the Cowboys with a 15-point, nine-rebound performance. Rondel Walker also added 15 points, going 3-for-5 from 3-point range, and Kalib Boone scored 14 points.
K-State boasts a 83-57 all-time record in the series, and the Wildcats are 41-18 against the Cowboys when playing at home. There series’ first game was played in 1922, a 22-16 OSU victory in Stillwater. The previous 10 meetings in the series were split five games apiece, with OSU’s four-game winning streak following a K-State four-game winning streak. Here is a look at those previous 10 meetings:
Big 12 Standings (Entering Tuesday Night)
|Team||Conference Record||Overall Record|
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