Kansas State (5-6, 1-2 Massive 12) returns to the street on Tuesday evening, because the Wildcats journey to Lubbock, Texas to tackle No. 18/19 Texas Tech (8-3, 1-2 Massive 12) at 6 p.m., CT on the United Supermarkets Area. The Wildcats have misplaced 6 in a row to the Purple Raiders in Lubbock with their final win coming in 2014. Tuesday’s recreation will air on ESPNU with Chuckie Kempf (play-by-play) and Robbie Hummel (analyst).
Ok-State will probably be taking part in in simply its second street contest of the season after posting a 74-65 win at Iowa State of their first street journey of the season on Dec. 15. The win snapped a 9-game street dropping streak in Massive 12 motion. The Wildcats’ solely different street contest — a Dec. 11 matchup with Butler within the Massive 12/Massive East Battle — was canceled attributable to COVID-19 protocols inside the Bulldogs program.
This would be the Wildcats’ second matchup in opposition to a High 25 opponent, together with the primary on the street. The crew dropped a 100-69 resolution to No. 2/2 Baylor of their first Massive 12 residence recreation on Dec. 19. Ok-State is 119-263 all-time vs. ranked opponents, which incorporates an 8-13 mark vs. the AP’s No. 18 ranked squad. Head coach Bruce Weber has a school-record 26 profession wins in opposition to High 25 foes.
Comply with alongside on GoPowercat for dwell updates because the Purple Raiders host the Wildcats.
1504: Kansas State 7, Texas Tech 6: The Wildcats have already turned it over 3 occasions however lead by a degree because of a Nijel Pack 3-pointer early on.
11:35: Kansas State 11, Texas Tech 10: Ok-State has been spectacular early on and nonetheless holds a one-point lead heading into the underneath 12 media timeout. The offense hasn’t been the prettiest, however defensively, the Purple Raiders have been held to 10 factors.
7:22: Kansas State 17, Texas Tech 15: 5 misses in a row from the sphere by the Wildcats preserve Texas Tech inside two factors on the underneath 8 timeout. Nijel Pack has been nice, with 8 of the 17 factors by Ok-State. For Texas Tech, Marcus Santos-Silva has 7 of the 15 factors. Davion Bradford is on the bench with two fouls.
5:05: Texas Tech 25, Kansas State 19: A 15-2 run by Texas Tech forces a Bruce Weber timeout.
2:57: Texas Tech 28, Kansas State 27: Give the Wildcats credit score. Only a second in the past, the Purple Raider lead had ballooned as much as 7 factors, however 3-pointers from Nijel Pack and Mike McGuirl have shrunk the result in 1 level. Pack is on fireplace with 13 factors.
HALFTIME: Texas Tech 36, Kansas State 31: Ok-State gave up a bucket to Texas Tech with 1 second within the half which gave the Purple Raiders a 5-point lead on the break. Ok-State has regarded strong general and is hanging round with a High-20 crew within the nation. Nijel Pack leads with 15 factors whereas Selton Miguel has 7, Mike McGuirl has 5, whereas Carlton Linguard and Davion Bradford every have 2.
15:57: Texas Tech 46, Kansas State 39: The Wildcats, particularly Davion Bradford, has had a powerful begin to the second half because the St Louis native has scored 6 factors early within the second half. That being mentioned, Bradford has gone to the bench with 4 fouls. Carlton Linguard will probably be key in filling his sneakers down the stretch.
11:17: Texas Tech 58, Kansas State 44: Official Doug Sirmons has made his presence felt in Lubbock, giving a Selton Miguel a T to open up the doorways for Texas Tech. The Purple Raiders one foul in comparison with the Wildcats seven within the second half will not be ultimate, and is a tough recipe for a comeback in Lubbock. We’ll see if this crew has any battle.
7:38: Texas Tech 63, Kansas State 52: Texas Tech has saved Ok-State away from sniffing a lead for a lot of the second half. The Wildcats are hanging round lukewarm however will want some stops and buckets to make this a recreation when Davion Bradford checks again in together with his 4 fouls.
3:53: Texas Tech 71, Kansas State 61: Ok-State has tried to climb again into it repeatedly however Doug Sirmons has made it clear there will probably be no path to victory so long as the whistle is in his mouth. On the sport, the foul whole favors Tech 19-8. In any case, in all seriousness, Ok-State will want a couple of big performs to attempt to steal one in Lubbock.
FINAL: Texas Tech 82, Kansas State 71: Kansas State falls to 5-7 on the season following a 82-71 loss to Texas Tech. Make sure you preserve an eye fixed out for GPC’s postgame rewind with quotes, stats and evaluation from our personal Michael Goens.