RYAN MUELLER RUMORS & GOSSIP

K-State has heard about trap games -- and swears KU won't be one of 'em

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Ryan Mueller believes in trap games. He also believes that the Kansas Jayhawks aren't one of them, that 3-8 record be damned. Because even if this isn't TCU, even if isn't Baylor, even if it doesn't move a single needle west of Scott City or east of Prairie Village, it's one of those weeks he'd rather slide bareback over a tarmac of hot coals than lose. "I'm from...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
November 25, 2014  |  Discuss

No. 20 K-State wary of opening against FCS foes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Ryan Mueller still finds it hard to talk about one year later. Kansas State was opening a new season amid high expectations. The school was dedicating a $90 million renovation to its football stadium. A bronze statue of coach Bill Snyder that stood to the west of the press box was unveiled amid much pomp and circumstance. Then the Wildcats were humbled by a team...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

K-State's Mueller doesn't just embody character -- the dude is one, too

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- All great free spirits start somewhere, and Ryan Mueller's tightrope walk between genius and madness starts in third grade. It starts with a giant sheet of white paper, a bunch of utensils and one simple instruction from his teacher. "Be creative," she says. He's charged, along with the rest of the third graders, with making a hat to present to his mom for Mother...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

The MVP of Kansas State's spring game? 9-year-old Kaiden Schroeder

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- The MVP of Kansas State's 2014 spring football game nailed the handoff but missed the hint. On Friday, the family of Wildcats star defensive end Ryan Mueller called up Jenny Schroeder in McPherson, Kan., to tell the good news: "Operation: Kaiden's Play" was a go. Jenny and Chris Schroeder's son, 9-year-old Kaiden, is battling acute lympocytic leukemia (or, ALL...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas State lets young cancer patient score Spring Game TD

During last year’s spring game at Nebraska, the Huskers made a little boy’s dream come true. Jack Hoffman, then a 7-year-old suffering from cancer, was brought into the contest. Nebraska ran a play and Hoffman dashed into the end zone for a 69-yard touchdown.  Today, Kansas State followed in the Huskers’ footsteps. Kaiden Schroeder is a young boy also suffering from cancer...
Via College Spun
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss
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