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TEXAS (9 - 10) at KANSAS ST (15 - 4)
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Wednesday, 1/30/2013 8:00 PM
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802KANSAS ST-8-9
TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-10-5.29-85-764.430.640.9%39.061.927.135.3%37.3
Road Games1-8-65-44-562.628.840.8%37.470.831.039.7%38.6
Last 5 Games1-4-43-22-262.828.841.8%33.866.628.639.5%37.2
Conference Games1-5-54-23-265.529.242.4%35.569.830.538.8%38.5
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)64.430.623-5640.9%5-1630.0%14-2163.0%391112196165
vs opponents surrendering66.731.324-5642.2%6-1933.0%13-1967.3%361013187154
Team Stats (Road Games)62.628.824-5840.8%4-1627.4%11-1860.7%371013205166
Stats Against (All Games)61.927.120-5835.3%5-1825.1%17-2371.1%371111199143
vs opponents averaging68.832.524-5742.6%6-1933.6%14-2069.3%361013188144
Stats Against (Road Games)70.831.023-5739.7%5-1628.9%21-2874.7%391113178134

KANSAS ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-4+6.57-91-468.432.743.1%37.858.225.140.4%32.4
Home Games10-1+15-30-072.234.944.0%41.053.623.536.9%31.9
Last 5 Games3-2+12-31-064.632.645.7%28.662.028.446.0%33.4
Conference Games4-2+23-31-
KANSAS ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.432.725-5843.1%6-1834.5%12-1964.8%381316187124
vs opponents surrendering65.730.824-5642.1%6-1833.8%12-1868.4%341013177133
Team Stats (Home Games)72.234.926-5944.0%6-1933.5%13-2165.0%411417177134
Stats Against (All Games)58.225.121-5340.4%4-1529.3%11-1864.2%32910176154
vs opponents averaging68.632.525-5644.1%6-1834.5%13-1970.5%351013177134
Stats Against (Home Games)53.623.519-5336.9%4-1625.4%11-1764.1%32910187163
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS 74.9,  KANSAS ST 72.9
TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2012TEXAS ST75-63W-15L -27-6839.7%431420-5834.5%4118
12/19/2012N CAROLINA85-67W5W143.5O30-7440.5%461321-6731.3%4718
12/22/2012@ MICHIGAN ST56-67L12W126U19-5236.5%321821-4744.7%3616
12/29/2012RICE57-41W-18L -18-4936.7%461415-4731.9%2313
1/5/2013@ BAYLOR79-86L11W132.5O33-7444.6%441323-6435.9%4513
1/9/2013W VIRGINIA53-57L-4.5L128U19-5534.5%391419-6230.6%4511
1/12/2013@ IOWA ST62-82L9L139O24-6139.3%371125-5743.9%375
1/21/2013@ OKLAHOMA67-73L7.5W129.5O27-6144.3%341525-5248.1%3213
1/26/2013TEXAS TECH73-57W-11W -25-5446.3%301020-5437.0%3619
1/30/2013@ KANSAS ST              
2/4/2013@ W VIRGINIA              
2/9/2013OKLAHOMA ST              
2/13/2013IOWA ST              
2/16/2013@ KANSAS              
2/19/2013@ TCU              

KANSAS ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/18/2012TEXAS SOUTHERN78-69W - -31-5556.4%381526-5745.6%2613
12/29/2012MISSOURI-KC52-44W-23L -17-5332.1%401116-4833.3%3619
12/31/2012S DAKOTA70-50W-23L -27-5450.0%391716-4932.7%2413
1/5/2013OKLAHOMA ST73-67W-3.5W -27-6045.0%391220-4940.8%2912
1/12/2013@ W VIRGINIA65-64W-1.5L -25-4951.0%281424-4751.1%2714
1/16/2013@ TCU67-54W-11.5W114O27-5648.2%34818-4837.5%3112
1/19/2013OKLAHOMA69-60W-7.5W -22-5044.0%25825-5347.2%3916
1/22/2013KANSAS55-59L3.5L -20-5735.1%281021-4645.7%3513
1/26/2013@ IOWA ST67-73L4L -28-5550.9%281226-5448.1%3510
2/2/2013@ OKLAHOMA              
2/5/2013@ TEXAS TECH              
2/9/2013IOWA ST              
2/11/2013@ KANSAS              
2/18/2013W VIRGINIA              
TEXAS: Assuming Myck Kabongo is eligible to play this season (NCAA violations), this is a Rick Barnes squad that has the potential to be dangerous if it finds its groove. But Kabongo (9.6 PPG, 5.2 APG) will have to bear a heavy load, replacing the production of J'Covan Brown, who carried the team last year with 20.1 PPG. Kabongo and Sheldon McClellan (11.3 PPG) should form a potent backcourt duo, but the question is if they will be able to battle on the blocks. Six-foot-10 center Cameron Ridley is a top-10 recruit, but he should take time to develop and will have a heavy load to bear from day one. The McDonald's All-American will be joined in the post by another first-year player standing 6-foot-10, Prince Ibeh, who should actually complement Ridley well as a more athletic post player who plays excellent defense.
KANSAS ST: Kansas State welcomes former Illinois coach Bruce Weber to the fold as the head coach and he inherits a solid squad with four returning starters. That includes leading scorer Rodney McGruder (15.8 PPG, 5.2 RPG) who is a threat from deep but is also adept at using his body to score down low. Will Spradling (9.3 PPG) is also a key returning member of the backcourt having played 31.2 MPG last year. The frontcourt has undeniable size in 6-foot-11 forward Jordan Henriquez (7.6 PPG, 5.8 RPG) and sophomore bull Thomas Gipson (7.0 PPG, 4.7 RPG), but that duo will need to contribute more buckets than they have in the past for this team to threaten. Weber will need time to build the program here, with no top recruits coming in to help the crew coming back from last season.
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*Texas-Kansas St. Preview* ==========================


Texas (9-10) at Kansas State (15-4), 8:00 p.m. EDT

Texas knows what it's like to go through a skid similar to the one Kansas State currently is experiencing.

Looking to avoid their longest losing streak in four years, the 18th-ranked Wildcats hope to get back on track at the expense of the Longhorns on Wednesday night.

Kansas State (15-4, 4-2 Big 12) had won eight straight games including their first four in conference play before falling 59-55 at home to then-No. 3 Kansas last Tuesday. The Wildcats followed with a 73-67 defeat Saturday at Iowa State, marking their first loss to an unranked opponent this season.

"Now we had a reality smack," said first-year coach Bruce Weber, whose team also lost to current No. 1 Michigan on Nov. 23 and current No. 7 Gonzaga on Dec. 15. "We've got to get back to where we were and do the things that we did well to give us a chance."

The Wildcats fell to 1-4 when getting outrebounded and forced only 10 turnovers, 4.5 below their season average. Good defense has been a staple of Weber's team, allowing a Big 12-low 58.2 points per game.

"The things that made us good for most of the season is that we guarded and out-toughed and outplayed people," Weber said.

Another defeat Wednesday would saddle Kansas State with its worst slide since dropping four in a row Jan. 10-21, 2009.

"We'll be fine. We're going to compete at a high level," guard Shane Southwell said.

The Longhorns remained upbeat despite dropping their first five conference games, then earned a 73-57 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday. That ended the longest losing streak of coach Rick Barnes' 15-year tenure at Texas (9-10, 1-5).

"We aren't a losing team, so we don't prepare to lose," said guard Julien Lewis, who scored a season high-tying 18 points Saturday. "From now on, we just have to keep winning."

Though the Longhorns rank ninth in the 10-team Big 12 in both shooting percentage (40.9) and points per game (64.4) while committing a conference-worst average of 15.8 turnovers, their defense has been solid. They rank second in the nation behind Kansas in field-goal percentage defense (35.3) and are tops in the country in 3-point defense (25.1).

Texas, though, is 0-4 in true road games and knows it will have its hands full against a Kansas State team that is 11-1 at Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats have won each of the last two meetings there, including a 71-62 victory over No. 1 Texas on Jan. 18, 2010.

"We're playing them at home, so I think we still need to go out and play and worry about ourselves in that regard - focus on what we can control," associate head coach Rob Lanier said. "We believe that we belong (among the top teams in the conference). It's just a matter of maturing to a level where we really understand and do what it takes to win."

Texas won the last meeting 75-64 on Feb. 11, holding Kansas State leading scorer Rodney McGruder to 11 points and ending a three-game losing streak in the series.

McGruder, though, scored a career-high 33 in an 84-80 win in the most recent matchup in Manhattan on Jan. 18, 2012. He's been held to 13 in each of the last two games after averaging 19.6 during the Wildcats' eight-game win streak.

"McGruder is a quiet assassin," Lanier said. "No matter how he has played for the first 35 minutes, at the end of the game, he is a guy that you need to worry about and those are the guys scare me."

Last Updated: 5/22/2018 3:01:58 AM EST

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