Kaiden Schroeder, 9, was all grins Saturday as he slapped hands with K-State players, including wide receiver Curry Sexton, as the team warmed up in Manhattan before K-State defeated Kansas 51-13. Kaiden’s journey with the team will take him to a bowl game with his family thanks to generous donations by the “K-State family.”
Kaiden Schroeder, 9, was all grins Saturday as he slapped hands with K-State players, including wide receiver Curry Sexton, as the team warmed up in Manhattan before K-State defeated Kansas 51-13. Kaiden’s journey with the team will take him to a bowl game with his family thanks to generous donations by the “K-State family.” SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Kaiden Schroeder, 9, was all grins Saturday as he slapped hands with K-State players, including wide receiver Curry Sexton, as the team warmed up in Manhattan before K-State defeated Kansas 51-13. Kaiden’s journey with the team will take him to a bowl game with his family thanks to generous donations by the “K-State family.” SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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