After finally making it into the NCAA Tournament with its offensive balance, Kansas State showcased its array of scorers in the First Four.
Kamau Stokes scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half of a wide-open game on Tuesday night, and the Wildcats' versatility was the difference as they pulled away to a 95-88 victory over Wake Forest.
Eleventh-seeded K-State (21-13) got its first NCAA Tournament win in five years and a trip to play No. 6 Cincinnati on Friday in Sacramento as part of the South Regional. The Bearcats are known for their tight defense.
"It's a good matchup for us," said Wesley Iwundu , who had 24 points. "You know they're a tough...