As the season goes on, Jacob Pullen keeps getting stronger.
During a 61-57 win at Nebraska on Wednesday, the senior guard scored a game-high 27 points, and led Kansas State to an important road victory.
It was the third-straight game in which he has put up impressive numbers. Against Oklahoma, he also scored 27. Against Kansas, he wowed a national TV audience by scoring 38.
He is now at 1,993 points for his career, which gives him a shot at passing Mike Evans (2,115) for the K-State record if he continues to stay hot.
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He has also played his way into the conversation for Big 12 Player of the Year. Winning the award won’t be easy, considering the Wildcats aren’t competing for a Big 12 regular season championship, but Pullen is beginning to make a case all the same. (more…)