As Auburn game looms, Bill Snyder has a message for Kansas State fans: ‘Just be who you are.’

Whenever Bill Snyder addresses Kansas State fans in a public setting he likes to remind them of a 27-20 victory over Southern California in 2002. The Trojans were ranked 11th at the time, and the Wildcats rode the momentum of that win to an 11-2 record.

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‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’ explores sorrow and separation

“The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” debuted at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival as two films. Billed as a work in progress, the movies took the form of twin chapters of a single narrative. Running a little over three hours, the films – subtitled “Him” and “Her” – told the tale of a couple in crisis, spinning events, in “Rashomon”-like fashion, from the respective vantage points of a lost and lonely New York restaurateur named Conor (James McAvoy) and his estranged, depressive wife, Eleanor (Jessica Chastain).


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