Nov 22, 2021 12:30 AM

Kansas State meets Arkansas in the Hall of Fame Classic

Posted Nov 22, 2021 12:30 AM

KANSAS STATE (2-0) vs. 16/15 ARKANSAS (3-0)

21st Annual Hall of Fame Classic presented by Hotels.com

Monday, November 22, 8 p.m. CT at T-Mobile Center (18,972)  Kansas City, Mo.

TELEVISION

ESPNews / WatchESPN

RADIO

K-State Sports Network

107.9 FM / 1420 KJCK AM

LIVE STATS

www.kstatesports.com

http://www.statbroadcast.com/events/tournament.php?tid=870

TICKETS

www.t-mobilecenter.com/events/detail/hall-of-fame-classic-4

(816) 949.7100

Single Game: $15, $40, $80, $100

COACHES

Kansas State: Bruce Weber (Wis.-Milwaukee ’78)

Overall: 485-285/24th season

At K-State: 172-130/10th season

vs. Arkansas: 2-0 (0-0 at K-State)

Arkansas: Eric Musselman (San Diego ‘87)

Overall: 158-53/6th season

School Record: 48-19/3rd season

vs. K-State: 0-0 (0-0 at Arkansas)

SERIES HISTORY VS. ARKANSAS

Overall: K-State leads 8-3

In Kansas City: K-State leads 2-0

Active Streak: Arkansas, 2

Weber vs. Arkansas: 2-0

K-State vs. SEC: 167-153 [30-18 at neutral sites]

Weber vs. Eric Musselman: First meeting

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP

Kansas State (2-0)

G: #3 Selton Miguel

G: #13 Mark Smith

G: #21 Nijel Pack

F: #25 Ismael [Ish] Massoud

F: #20 Kaosi Ezeagu

Arkansas (3-0)

G: #1 J.D. Notae

G: #4 Davonte Davis

G: #5 Au’Diese Toney

F: #10 Jaylin Williams

F: #23 Kamani Johnson

K-STATE TRAVELS TO KANSAS CITY FOR HALL OF FAME CLASSIC

  1. Kansas State (2-0) will face its first significant challenge of season this coming week, as the Wildcats head east to Kansas City to play in the 21st annual Hall of Fame Classic presented by Hotels.com on Monday-Tuesday, November 22-23 at the T-Mobile Center.
  2. The Wildcats will play No. 16/15 Arkansas (3-0) in the second semifinal game on Monday around 8 p.m., CT on ESPNews following the conclusion of the first game between Cincinnati (4-0) vs. No. 10/10 Illinois (2-1).
  3. The winners of the two semifinal games will play in the championship on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m., CT on ESPN2, while the consolation game is set for 6 p.m., CT on ESPNews.
  4. This will be the third time K-State has participated in the Hall of Fame Classic, advancing to the championship game in its previous 2 appearances before falling to Top 10 foes Duke (2010) and North Carolina (2015).