Kansas State’s Carlbe Ervin drives past Wake Forest’s Mitchell Wilbekin in the first half Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio. The Wildcats traveled across three time zones for the first-round game Friday against Cincinnati.
Kansas State’s Carlbe Ervin drives past Wake Forest’s Mitchell Wilbekin in the first half Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio. The Wildcats traveled across three time zones for the first-round game Friday against Cincinnati. John Minchillo Associated Press
Kansas State’s Carlbe Ervin drives past Wake Forest’s Mitchell Wilbekin in the first half Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio. The Wildcats traveled across three time zones for the first-round game Friday against Cincinnati. John Minchillo Associated Press

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