K-State Stays Winning Over KU In OT

Just a quick Tuesday tribute that inspired us to dig deep for tribute to hottie Rachel and find a couple of decent stories shared if only to give a moment of pause to at least half of JoCo residents far too interested in their college glory daze gone by . . .

"K-State won the game on its final two possessions. First, it took the lead on an alley-oop dunk from Markquis Nowell to Keyontae Johnson with 25 seconds remaining. Then it protected the lead on the final possession of the night when it prevented the Jayhawks from even mustering up a shot. The Wildcats have now won each of their past two home games with thrilling dunks by Johnson in the final moments."

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Johnson leads K-State over Kansas in OT thriller

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The first Sunflower Showdown of the season surpassed expectations as K-State was able pull out an 83-82 overtime victory. K-State led a majority of the game but the Jayhawks were able to fight their way back into the game thanks to the play of Jalen Wilson, who finished with a career-high 38 points and nine rebounds.

Three takeaways from Kansas State's overtime victory against KU in Sunflower Showdown

Jerome Tang's first experience in the Sunflower Showdown was a memorable one. The Kansas State men's basketball team defeated the rival Kansas Jayhawks 83-82 in overtime on Tuesday at Bramlage Coliseum in a game that could be classified as an instant classic. K-State won the game on its final two possessions.

SUNFLOWER SHOWDOWN: Kansas State Wildcats best rival Kansas Jayhawks in battle to the last second in overtime

It was a Sunflower Showdown that delivered on the "showdown" promise.Basketball fans were on the edge of their seats, especially if their favorite team hailed from the state of Kansas.

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