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Kansas State’s Mueller leads NCAA in sacks

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MANHATTAN — The nation’s sack leader doesn’t play in the Southeastern Conference, nor did he play prep football in some hotbed such as Florida or Texas that churns out Division I prospects.
No, Ryan Mueller went to a small high school in Kansas, and is now a star for Kansas State.
The junior defensive end from the Leawood, Kan., had three sacks in last week’s win over Texas Tech, giving him 10½ for the season. He also leads all Division I players with 15 tackles for loss, helping to pace a vastly improved Kansas State defense.
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