Daily Archives: October 10, 2017

Fast-rising Wildcat Dalton Schoen has moved quickly up the receiver depth chart

Third-year mechanical engineering Kansas State student Dalton Schoen is a smart young man.

Dalton Schoen is a walk-on receiver from Overland Park with deceptive speed. At 6-2, 208 pounds, he might remind some long-time K-State fans of another big receiver from a decade ago. But he wouldn’t go there when asked to compare himself to Jordy Nelson, the former walk-on from Riley County.

“It’s impossible to compare myself to someone like that,” Schoen said.

Fall golf offers many advantages-and great views-to area golfers

The weather may be cooling down and the daylight getting shorter, but the fall season could be one of the best golfing times. At the end of the summer, most put their clubs away until the spring. However, there are advantages playing fall golf compared to the other seasons of the year.

Even though the weather is getting cooler as the season changes, it actually makes for better days to play a round of golf compared to the summer.

“You’re not going to be totally worn out or exhausted from the heat when you fall golf.

Chiefs lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif will have a second career as a medical doctor

How many NFL teams can boast they have a 6-5, 322-pound offensive lineman who is about to pass his medical exams and get his full M.D.? The Chiefs do…and his name is Laurent Duvernay-Tardif.

Duvernay-Tardif was drafted by the Chiefs in the sixth round in 2014 out of McGill College in Montreal. Most Chiefs fans had not heard of McGill College, much less Duvernay-Tardif. He was a conversation-starter at best.