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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Bruce Weber
Kansas State basketball coach Bruce Weber has received a one-year contract extension through the 2018-19 school year after leading the Wildcats to 47 wins in his first two seasons, the most victories by any coach in his first two years in school history.
It seemed almost cruel to ask Kansas State coach Bruce Weber in the immediate aftermath of a close, season-ending loss to Kentucky to turn his attention just that quickly to next season.
Kansas State coach Bruce Weber wasn't unhappy with walk-on Brian Rohleder, whose dunk in warm-ups earned a technical foul that put his team in a hole against Kentucky even before their game began Friday night.
"Life Is a Wheel: Love, Death, Etc., and a Bike Ride Across America" (Scribner), by Bruce Weber
Kansas State coach Bruce Weber stared at the box score printed on the sheet of paper, a black-and-white rendition of the colorful, back-and-forth game the Wildcats had just finished.
Finding effective substitution patterns has been a source of frustration for Kansas State coach Bruce Weber and his assistants. A few heated discussions have taken place, but they might have found their answer against No. 15 Iowa State.
Wesley Iwundu was in the right place at the right time, recovering a loose ball and answering with a three-point play to take a 57-56 lead with 55 seconds to go and give Kansas State the final boost it needed and secure a much-needed 60-56 road win over Texas Tech on Tuesday night.
With six days to prepare for a team that has struggled all season on the road, Oklahoma turned Saturday's home game against Kansas State into a confidence booster heading into the final four games of the Big 12 season.
Kansas State was coming off a three-game stretch that included a hard-fought win over Texas, a heart-stopping overtime victory over Kansas and a double-overtime defeat at Baylor.
Kansas State's Will Spradling remembers beating Kansas back in 2011, how the students flooded out of the stands in Bramlage Coliseum and joined in a merry celebration at midcourt.
Bruce Weber never doubts Marcus Foster's ability to fill up a stat sheet.
One of these days, Kansas State coach Bruce Weber might trust his team to push the pace a little more.
The way Kansas State coach Bruce Weber saw it, his 22nd-ranked Wildcats had two chances to lose to Texas on Tuesday night.
Nino Williams was having a confidence crisis in November.
After watching San Diego State use the post trap to frustrate Kansas last Sunday, Kansas State coach Bruce Weber thought maybe his team could find success using that same game plan.
"A significant part of building a successful program is continuity, and this type of commitment ensures that we have all the parts necessary to continue to build upon what we have accomplished the last two seasons," Weber said in a statement.
And Weber says 6-8 freshman Jereme Richmond could be very good.