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Kansas State looks to bounce back vs. No. 4 Baylor
Kansas State will travel to Waco, Texas, on Tuesday night for a matchup with No. 4 Baylor, with both teams looking for recovery.
K-State (10-8, 2-5 Big 12) is still trying to dig out of a hole from a four-game losing streak to start the Big 12 season. The Wildcats defeated ranked teams in back-to-back games before blowing a 17-point, second-half lead in a 78-75 loss Saturday to Kansas, which moved up two spots to its current No. 5 ranking. The Wildcats led most of the game before Kansas stormed back to take an insurmountable lead with nine seconds left.
"Obviously it hurts," K-State coach Bruce Weber said after the game. "Our guys were ready to play. We played at the magical level. Nijel (Pack) had one of those magical games. Markquis (Nowell) was really, really effective.MORE
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