More road woes for K-State Wildcats

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — K-State’s troubles away from Manhattan continued Saturday in Morgantown, WV. The Wildcats lost at West Virginia 81-71 for their fourth straight setback on the road.

Juwan Staten led the Mountaineers with 35 points. K-State (15-7/5-4) was led by Marcus Foster’s 20 points. The Wildcats are one-four in true road games.

Their next two will be at home against Texas on Saturday, followed by a Big Monday date with Kansas on Feb. 10.

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