K-State's Weber Assesses 'Unknowns' Without Rodriguez

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K-State's Weber Assesses 'Unknowns' Without Rodriguez
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MANHATTAN — Like everyone else, Kansas State basketball coach Bruce Weber's expectations for next season dropped when Angel Rodriguez transferred to Miami. Just not as much as you might think. “Before the Angel situation, we felt very good about where we were,” Weber said by phone Wednesday. “That changes in that we have a bunch of unknowns now. It is so important that Will Spradling, Shane Southwell, Omari Lawrence and Thomas Gipson are great leaders. We need the older guys, the guys with experience, to be productive and not put the pressure on so many young guys to come through for us. “We are still trying to win championships and a lot of things can happen. All we can do is worry about ourselves and getting better. We did that this year. Hopefully we can develop team chemistry and do the same next year.”

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