Wildcats win despite first-half struggles

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November 20, 2019 - 10:22 AM

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Xavier Sneed had 21 points and six rebounds, Cartier Diarra had seven points and eight assists as Kansas State escaped a scare from Arkansas-Pine Bluff 62-51 on Tuesday night.

 The Wildcats continue to struggle in the first half and still haven’t led at intermission yet this season.

“If we continue to do that as the competition gets better, we won’t be able to come back,” coach Bruce Weber said. “We’ve had to grind out some things, but we are learning and growing from it.” 

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