The Wildcats struggled at Allen Fieldhouse, shooting just 32 percent as a team, splitting the regular season series with their in-state rivals. This comes just three weeks after they blew out the Jayhawks on their home floor.
Kamau Stokes had 12 points to lead Kansas State, who had just one player finish in double figures in the loss. Dean Wade was held to just eight points and five rebounds before fouling out late in the second half. Barry Brown Jr. was a major disappointment on this night, shooting just 1-for-8 for four points in an overall tough night for the road team.
The Jayhawks will have to put together a major run to finish on top in the conference, as they move on to visit the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats will host the Baylor Bears on Saturday night.