KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Even if he still can't feel his hand, Michael Tysver still wants Cody Clark to feel the noise.
So he'll stick one bud in his ear and the other in Cody's. Then he'll turn on the player and crank it up, just like old times, good times, when they'd sit in the car and sing along at the top of their lungs.
"A bunch of different songs," Tysver says. "The big one I probably play a lot is 'Drops of Jupiter' by Train. He really likes that song. We'll play usually Luke Bryan, Kanye West, Kenny Chesney. Yeah, I'll play a bunch of songs we used to listen to a lot."
And what does he do?
"Nothing," Tysver says softly.
Not a thing?
"There are times where I start playing it, and he opens his eyes real big. And there have been times when he'll move his eyes around. To me, I feel like he can hear the music."
But, as of yet, Clark -- one of two Kansas State fans injured in a traffic accident at Scottsdale, Ariz., just a few hours after the Wildcats' Fiesta Bowl loss to Orego...