Kansas State is one step closer to reaching the Final Four. The Wildcats advanced in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament after a 98-93 victory over Michigan State.
The Wildcats will play Florida Atlantic in the Elite Eight on Saturday and head coach Jerome Tang is not ready to leave the dance floor.
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Tang showcased his latest dance move in a viral video of him celebrating with his team during a postgame celebration. The first-year coach has the Wildcats headed to their first Elite Eight appearance since the 2018 season.
“You know, they’ve all played this game for a really long time, and they all see the game a certain way,” Tang said after the game. “My job is not to make them see it the way I want it played. My job is to figure out how they play best and then put them in an environment where they can do that. So, they know I have confidence in them. I know they want to win.”
Tang has led the Wildcats to a 26-9 record this season. During the NCAA Tournament, Kansas State also defeated Montana State and Kentucky. Kansas State joins Texas as the lone Big 12 teams remaining in the tournament.
“We’re kind of just taking everything 1-0 every day and every aspect of the day,” Tang said. “I’m really thankful for the opportunity.”
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