As Dean Wade proudly wore Big 12 championship gear Saturday night at Bramlage Coliseum, the Kansas State forward was asked to reflect on his four years in Manhattan.
Specifically, after four years and 87 victories playing alongside fellow seniors Barry Brown and Kamau Stokes, what kind of legacy does he think this group will leave behind?
“We came from one of the worst teams in the Big 12 to winning the Big 12,” Wade said. “Hopefully it just starts the foundation for K-State basketball. Always work hard and you can do anything. Hang your hat on defense.