Tuesday, February 28, 2006

A Bright Future for KSU Men's Basketball

It looks like the Men’s Basketball program is heading to another year without a post season tournament appearance. They may get into the NIT tournament, but that is starting to look doubtful also. This has been a year of highs and lows for the Cats. Of course, the biggest highlight was going on the road and beating KU for the first time in 31 attempts. The Cats have played hard in every game and lost 7 games in OT or by 2 points or less. This is a young team, with 10 of the 11 leading scorers returning next year.

In other words, next year could be a great year for the Cats. Let’s not lose sight of that. Jim Wooldridge is near the end of his sixth year at Kansas State and the Wildcats have steadily improved since his arrival.

Coach Wooldridge appears to do everything the right way and is building a program we can all be proud of. Let’s hope for the best for the remainder of this year, and look forward to what could be a great year for KSU basketball next year.

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