Kansas State and Vanderbilt each made 27 shots in the contest, including five each from three-point range, but the difference in the contest was at the free throw line where the Commodores went 15-of-20 and the Wildcats were 2-of-4. K-State shot 53-percent from the floor on 27-of-51 shooting and was 5-of-11 from beyond the three-point line.
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