February 13, 2010
No. 9 Wildcats pick up pace in second half
To the average spectator, it looked like a case of a top-flight team locked on cruise control and in serious need of a wakeup call, but Kansas State's Frank Martin insists that wasn't the case at all. Instead, the third-year coach welcomes the blame for the error-riddled first half of his team's 68-51 win over Colorado, saying the 20-minute slopfest was merely a byproduct of a failed coaching experiment.
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