In a game that featured two of the Big 12’s most offensively inept squads, TCU used hot outside shooting and (what else?) a Kansas State scoring drought over the last six minutes to beat the Wildcats, 68-57. TCU ended its six-game skid. K-State’s losing streak, meanwhile, now stands at five.
K-State (9-15, 2-10 Big 12) persevered through the usual inconsistencies and lapses to lead 52-51 with 6:47 to play. But the Cats did not make another field goal until a meaningless David Sloan lay-up with 29 seconds left. TCU (14-11, 5-7) finished on a 17-5 run to pull away in what had been a closely contested game to that point.