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  • Kamau Stokes on K-State's final play, D.J. Johnson on foul call

    Kansas State guard Kamau Stokes explains why the Wildcats' last play in a 51-50 loss to West Virginia didn't work and D.J. Johnson reacts to the late foul called on him.

Kamau Stokes on K-State's final play, D.J. Johnson on foul call

Kansas State guard Kamau Stokes explains why the Wildcats' last play in a 51-50 loss to West Virginia didn't work and D.J. Johnson reacts to the late foul called on him.
Chris Fickett The Kansas City Star