MANHATTAN — When rivalry games come up on the schedule, the participants often downplay the significance and refer to it as just another game.
That’s not the approach of the Kansas State women’s basketball team with Kansas coming to Bramlage Coliseum for a 7 p.m. tipoff Wednesday.
“It means a lot,” said K-State senior guard Kindred Wesemann. “It’s a big-time rivalry. I’m from Kansas City, Missouri so I never really liked KU. I want to win this rivalry like we always do.
“I only lost to them my freshman year and I want to keep it that way.