January 25, 2011
K-State clamps down with pressure
Afterward, Jacob Pullen said Kansas State's tenacity conjured visions a year ago. Curtis Kelly senses the squad reverting back to its old defensive principles where aggressiveness becomes an ally instead of a liability. K-State held Baylor to its fewest first-half points in four years while the Bears suffered their worst shooting performance of the Big 12 season in the Wildcats' 69-61 win on Monday. K-State coach Frank Martin calls it a continuation.
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