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Even in a losing effort Saturday at West Virginia, Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins gave us a reminder of just what we'll be missing in 2014-15.
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Oklahoma State guard Phil Forte III, left, loses the ball as he is defended by Iowa State guard Monte Morris during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Ames, Iowa, Saturday, March 8, 2014.
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Brady Heslip scored 15 of his 18 points in the second half to help Baylor take a 74-61 win over No.
Iowa State basketball player Bubu Palo wants to make something perfectly clear: If he doesn't play on Saturday, his Senior Day, do not hold it against coach Fred Hoiberg or anyone else associated with the university.
Just how rare has it been for Iowa State and Iowa to have success in the same season? I started my research with the 1980-81 season.
No. 16 Iowa State has dropped its last two games, road losses to Kansas State and Baylor, after going 7-1 in February.
The so-called "big three" of Iowa State was at two-thirds strength last Saturday against Kansas State.
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Big 12 scoring leader Melvin Ejim struggled with his shot all game, and Georges Niang was ineffective for No.
Brady Heslip's final regular-season game at the Ferrell Center may just be the victory that helps get Baylor back into the NCAA tournament.
Baylor is coming on strong of late, having won five of their last six games after starting the Big 12 season by losing eight of their first ten games.
Two of those teams meet Tuesday night in Waco as the Baylor Bears host the #16 Iowa State Cyclones.
Dustin Hogue isn't the only area native succeeding in the Big 12. Mount Vernon graduate Isaiah Cousins has shown major growth in his second season at Oklahoma, where he has improved in every statistical category from his freshman season.
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