Even at Kansas State, where Bill Snyder has become famous for coaching walk-ons into pros, Ryan Mueller’s journey from an unrecruited Kansas City high school player to one of the best pass rushers in the Big 12, if not the nation, is extreme.
The last five times Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder has welcomed back his leading passer from the previous season, the Wildcats have won 11 games. It happened in 1998 with quarterback Michael Bishop, 2000 with Jonathan Beasley, 2002 and 2003 with Ell Roberson, and then again in 2012 with Collin Klein. This year, Jake Waters will attempt to prove the equation.
Through the years, K-State senior defensive back Randall Evans has made a list of personal goals that has included everything from intercepting passes to sacking quarterbacks to winning national awards. This season, he has a new priority. He enters his fifth and final season as K-State’s active leading tackler. He wants to retain that title.
This “motion picture review” of MGM’s “The Wizard of Oz” appeared Sunday, Aug. 20, 1939, in The Kansas City Star. The film played a one-week exclusive engagement starting Aug. 18 at Loew’s Midland theater, 1228 Main St.
Mill Valley offensive lineman Evan Applegate announced on Friday via Twitter that he committed to Kansas State University. He helped the Jaguars to a 10-1 record last season, which included an undefeated regular season and Kaw Valley League title.