Forcing and subsequently recovering a fumble yourself is impressive enough. But Kansas State's Ryan Mueller took it to another level against Baylor.
While chasing Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty, Muller dove towards him and stripped the ball out of Petty's hand. And then as the ball came out of his hand, Mueller enveloped it while he hit the turf before the ball went out of bounds.
Kansas State ball, and one heck of a play.
While the Wildcats did their best to stifle the vaunted Baylor offense that had scored 70 points in three straight games, the Bears beat Kansas State 35-25.
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