October 21, 2010
K-State steps to center court
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jacob Pullen will tell you a story about the clerk in an Ohio gas station. Curtis Kelly will hit you with a similar one about a stranger on a New York subway. Get either member of the Kansas State duo started down the road and you'll be there for a while. Asking whether the players and the school they represent on the hardwood have become more recognizable is a recipe for opening a floodgate of chatter.
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