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K-State Outruns Jackrabbits, 91-68

Cam Carter scored a career-high 25 points, and K-State made 14 three-point buckets on only 25 attempts as they drubbed the South Dakota State Jackrabbits 91-68 on Monday evening in Bramlage Coliseum.

Carter’s points came on 10-20 shooting, including 4-8 from three-point range. He also scored on several nifty drives, and had he not left a handful of shots just short over defensive pressure, he would have eclipsed the 30-point mark.

With Arthur Kaluma unavailable, 6-11 senior transfer Will McNair Jr. drew the start in the pivot. He started the scoring for K-State by jumping a passing lane for a steal and taking it the distance for an emphatic dunk.