Front Line Falls Short for K-State

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Front Line Falls Short for K-State
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Will Spradling flashed a confident smile. Shane Southwell nodded his head. Jordan Henriquez had a look of total confidence. As the jam-packed crowd roared before tip-off at Allen Fieldhouse, the No. 10 Wildcats appeared ready — maybe even eager — to take on their in-state rivals in a matchup that could have strengthened their one-game lead in the Big 12 standings.

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