The average person wouldn't be overjoyed to awake on a Sunday morning, on their birthday no less, and head to the office to get started on another grueling work week.
Bill Snyder is not, by any stretch, an average person.
He's the guy who eats once a day, so precious is his time. The guy who built Kansas State into a national powerhouse from almost nothing. The guy who turned 73 on Sunday, one day after beating rival Kansas 56-16 to remain undefeated, and had very clear plans on celebrating his birthday.
''I'll be right over there,'' he said, pointing his finger as his office.
The sixth-ranked Wildcats wouldn't be where they are without Snyder's tireless work ethic, barreling through another season that is rapidly turning into one of the best in school history.
They've already beaten Oklahoma on the road. Knocked off Miami. Dominated their in-state rival for the fourth consecutive year, and head to Iowa State next week with enough momentu...