March 9, 2011
Offensive change redirects K-State's season
Two games into Kansas State's Big 12 basketball schedule, it didn't take a basketball expert to hear the alarm bells. The Wildcats opened with a 14-point loss at Oklahoma State and then came home and dropped a game in Bramlage Coliseum to the Colorado Buffaloes. No offense to the Buffaloes, a program that is showing progress under first-year coach Tad Boyle, but a home loss to CU usually means you're not very good. That's exactly how Coach Frank Martin and his K-State assistant coaches approached the situation.
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