KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) It was only fitting that Barry Brown would surpass Jacob Pullen for the most steals in Kansas State history on the same night the Wildcats used their stingy defense to shut down Vanderbilt.
Brown finished with three steals to give him 211 for his career, and the senior guard added 12 points to join three other Wildcats in double-figures scoring, leading Kansas State to a wire-to-wire 69-58 victory over the high-scoring Commodores on Saturday night.
I wanted to come here and leave a legacy somehow, some way, definitely with wins but then with individual accomplishments, said Brown, who eclipsed by one the steals total Pullen piled up during his standout career from 2007-11. This means a lot.
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