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Wildcats shut down West Virginia

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West Virginia’s Devin Williams (5) looks to pass the ball under pressure from Kansas State’s Thomas Gipson (42) and Shane Southwell during the first half of a Big 12 Conference basketball game on Saturday afternoon in Manhattan.

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MANHATTAN — Bob Huggins has heard the praise toward Kansas State’s defense, but after seeing the Wildcats firsthand he sees both ends of the floor as a solid product.
Shane Southwell and Thomas Gipson scored 20 points apiece and Marcus Foster added 15 as Kansas State beat West Virginia 78-56 on Saturday.
Kansas State turned in its second-best performance in assists with 22 on 28 made baskets.
“They came down and they got shots inside the last 10 seconds (of the shot clock) and everyone wants to talk about their defense, and their defense is good, don’t get me ...

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