I'm sure you know by now how K-State took down number one Oklahoma, but should we really be that surprised?
K-State came out with attitude, played sharp and had inspiration after losing Kamau Stokes with a knee injury last week.
Look at how they have played since playing West Virginia in that double overtime contest where they came up four points short, 87-83.
This was the key game where the Cats gained their confidence. K-State played Kansas close, but more importantly they've gotten better with every game regardless of the outcome. This is definitely a team that's come a long way in a short amount of time.
Heading into the Big 12 Tournament next month, Kansas State may prove to be the team wearing the Cinderella Slippers all the way to the "Big Dance."
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