Kansas St Stuns #4 Kansas in Overtime 

Tylor Perry scored eight of his 26 points in overtime as Kansas State upset fourth ranked Kansas 75-70 in Manhattan, Kansas. 

After giving the Wildcats the lead with a layup with 2:41 left in overtime, Perry hit a 3-pointer to make it 70-66 in favor of Kansas State with 1:54 left. After Hunter Dickinson basket made it to 70-68, Perry hit two free throws to extend it to 72-68. Dajuan Harris cut it to 72-70 with a pair of free throws before Kevin McCullar had a chance to tie it but missed the front end of a one-and-one on the ensuing possession.

Kansas State also got 19 points from Cam Carter and 13 points from Kaluma to help Kansas State end a four-game losing streak. Kansas was led by Hunter Dickinson’s 21 points; also McCullar and Harris had 15 points each and K.J. Adams Jr. added 13 points in the loss.

When Perry hit three free throws, the Wildcats led 55 to 52 with less than five minutes left in regulation. After Dickinson scored inside, Carter’s three point basket gave the Wildcats a 58-54 lead. Kansas went on a 6-0 run to regain the lead on a layup by McCullar with 1:42 left. Kaluma scored with 23 seconds left to give Kansas State the lead, however Adams slam dunked tie the score with 14.2 seconds left to send the game to overtime.

Kansas State came out shooting from long range, hitting 3 for 7 beyond the arc.

Kansas took a 32-30 lead at halftime. The Wildcats were led by Carter with eight points while the Jayhawks had four players with seven points apiece.

Kansas State is 15-8 overall and 5-5 in the Big 12; Kansas has an overall record of 18-5 and a 6-4 record in Big 12 play. 

Credit Photo – Kansas St Athletics 

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