MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) There were times last season that Marcus Foster felt like all eyes were on him.
Thousands of people in the stands. Dozens of players on the benches. The opposing coaching staff, the five opposing players on the floor. Heck, even the officials were keeping an eye on him.
That tends to happen when you start putting up ridiculous numbers. The unheralded freshman for Kansas State turned into a breakout star in the Big 12, pouring in 34 points against Texas, 29 more against Baylor and leading the Wildcats in scoring at nearly 16 points per game.