December 2, 2010
Free throw woes plague Wildcats
Kansas State players did a little extra running at the end Wednesday night's practice at Bramlage Coliseum. Chests heaved and sneakers squeaked to reaffirm the importance of one key element that when lacking can crush a team's season in March. Through seven games, it's been the biggest deficiency facing the fifth-ranked Wildcats, an issue they hope to solve starting now. In short, K-State knows it must make free throws.
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