Big 12 Tournament: Kansas State Wildcats Can Shock the Big 12 by Winning It All

Trevor LowryContributor IMarch 9, 2011

KANSAS CITY, MO - NOVEMBER 23:  Jacob Pullen #0 of the Kansas State Wildcats in action during the CBE Classic championship game against the Duke Blue Devils on November 23, 2010 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Although Kansas and Texas are the favorites to win the Big 12 Tournament, this is not going to be the case.

Kansas State is going to crash this party and shock both Kansas and Texas.

The Wildcats are back to being an elite team in college basketball and they are going to show the world this by winning the Big 12 tournament. 

The Wildcats have won six games in a row, with three of those games being against ranked opponents. Not to mention, two of those games were against Texas and Kansas. 

In these six games, the Wildcats have won by an average margin of 10.3 PPG. Kansas State's leader, Jacob Pullen, averaged 25.5 PPG in this span. He is playing great basketball right now and is showing why he was a preseason All-American. 

The Kansas State Wildcats are playing the best they have all season and they are going to add to their six-game winning streak in the Big 12 tournament.

The Wildcats are playing good enough to not only make a run in the Big 12 tournament, but the NCAA tournament as well. They are the hottest team in the Big 12 right now and no team wants to face them.

Look for the Kansas State Wildcats to take the Big 12 tournament this year.