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Baylor’s FT shooting helps edge Kansas State, 76-74

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Kansas State forward Nino Williams is pressured by Baylor forward Cory Jefferson.

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MANHATTAN — Kenny Chery kept stepping to the free-throw line and kept knocking them down.
Ten times in a row.
The stretch of perfection came in the midst of 17 straight made free throws for Baylor, and was part of a 29-point outpouring by the junior guard that helped the streaking Bears hold on for a tense 76-74 victory over Kansas State on Saturday.
“Our senior leadership got us together and said, ‘We need to make free throws,’” said Chery, who finished 13 of 14 from the line. “We made them.”
Kansas State had the ball with three-tenths of a second ...

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