Despite the Wildcats’ 82-72 loss to No. 21 Baylor on Wednesday night, coach Bruce Weber is what the Kansas State men’s basketball program needs for the long term. Many people doubt Weber’s abilities, but athletic director John Currie isn’t one of them.
Four days after a thrilling upset of then-No. 1 Oklahoma, Kansas State was unable to match that intensity Wednesday night in a 82-72 loss to Baylor. The Wildcats also had no answers for the Bears’ 2-3 zone defense, and it was easy to analyze why.
Senior Ryan Rosburg broke his career-high in scoring for the second straight game, but even his first career double-double — 24 points and 11 rebounds — wasn’t enough to keep Missouri from its 20th straight road loss in SEC play Wednesday night at Vanderbilt.