The matchup I can't wait to watch is Iowa State going on the road to play Kansas State. The Wildcats were a struggling team just four games ago, losing two in a row and having to go on the road to Baylor and Missouri -- where they pull back-to-back upsets. K-State did it with defense, holding both teams to 38 percent field goals and 30 percent from the 3-point line. They will have to be solid again against Iowa State, which beat them on a last-second shot by Royce White in Ames. The Cyclones are a tough matchup for two reasons: They are one of only two teams in the country that have four players who have made 45 or more 3-pointers, and they have White, who is one of the most unique players in the nation. White can play point guard or power forward and he leads the team in points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks."
(Off on the right in the "can't wait to see" section)
Simon has seen us play a few times and done several other big xii games, but he doesn't have us or ksu in his top 25. Not complaining. I respet his opinion, and just find it interesting and potentially telling.
Great preview. Though I think Babb now leads the team in steals.
Yeah, I think Ejim has more steals per game as well. This write up is the exact same thing Miles says about us every game. Just a regurgitation. I like his fandom, which I believe is genuine, but I'm not really sure he's all that smart.
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