Texas Vs. Kansas State Final Score: Longhorns Have Big Second Half To Defeat Wildcats, 75-64

The Texas Longhorns did a complete 180 degree turn around in the second half against the Kansas St. Wildcats. Texas was trailing 13 points at the half but were able to double up Kansas State 48-24 in the second half to win 75-64.

Texas started the second half on a 16-2 run to trail Kansas State by one after only seven minutes of play, and Texas took their first lead in the second half at the 8:45 mark when J'Covan Brown hit a three-point shot to give Texas a 56-54 lead.

From that point on Texas never trailed again, and were able to build their on their lead by stopping the Kansas State offense and making 13 of 15 of their free throws over the last five minutes in the second half. The free throw difference was the key as Texas was 35 of 48 from the line compared to Kansas State who was only eight of 12.

Texas was led in scoring by Brown who had 23 points and Alexis Wangmene contributed with 15 points and 13 rebounds.

For more on Texas basketball, head over to Burnt Orange Nation, while Bring On The Cats has everything you need to know about Kansas State hoops.

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