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.
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…)