Can K-State overcome long NCAA odds?
Wildcats’ quarterfinal vs. Baylor may be Big 12 tourney’s biggest game.
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The biggest storyline in the Big 12 Tournament revolves around a 28-to-1 long shot to win the event.
The Big Three of top-ranked Kansas, No. 9 Baylor and No. 11 West Virginia have surprisingly little at stake in Kansas City, Mo., this week, at least relating to the NCAA Tournament.
Iowa State and Oklahoma State are locks to hear their names called this Selection Sunday, too.
Kansas State, now, that’s where the action is.
The Wildcats (19-12, 8-10) hover right on the bubble. Planting The Seeds, the American-Statesman’s projections, has them as the last team in the field. ESPN’s Joe Lunardi places the Cats second among his “first four out.” CBS’ Jerry Palm lists the Cats as one of his “last four in.”
Clearly, K-State is living on the edge, which makes Thursday night’s quarterfinal against Baylor perhaps the biggest game of the tournament, short of the championship bout.
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