KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Police say they’ve cited a Kansas State student for disorderly conduct after he body-checked a Kansas player during an on-court celebration following the Wildcats’ upset victory Monday over the visiting Jayhawks.
Kansas State police on Wednesday identified Nathan Power as the Wildcats fan who collided with Kansas forward Jamari Traylor after Kansas State’s 70-63 victory over eighth-ranked Kansas.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Overnight Storm Threat
University police say a cooperative Power met voluntarily with them Tuesday, after police sought public help in identifying a photograph showing the student who made contact with Traylor.READ MORE: Chicago Lead Water Pipe Replacement Program Hasn't Started, But It's Already Being Expanded
Power didn’t immediately respond Wednesday to an Associated Press interview request sent to his student account. A message left at his Kansas City-area home wasn’t immediately returned.
A student identifying himself as Nathan Power also apologized in a letter Wednesday to the university newspaper.MORE NEWS: With COVID On Rise, Some Bars Are Willing To Require Proof Of Vaccinations To Avoid Another Shutdown
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