Happy Birthday to the architect of “the greatest turnaround in college football history“…
Just look at the numbers:
Bill Snyder career wins in his first term as coach, 1989-2005: 136
KState wins from 1938-1988: 127
Bill Snyder bowl games (As of the BWW Bowl against Michigan last year): 15
K-State bowl games from 1938-1988: 1
Seriously, GREATEST EVER!
Toto released Hold the Line!
This is one of my all-time favorite classic rock songs!
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats opened on Broadway!
The show closed September 10th, 2000 after 7,485 performances! That is a Broadway record.
Willie Nelson‘s single Always on My Mind was certified gold and platinum!
A crowd of some 125,000 people were sitting or standing in Central Park to see Pope John Paul II.
The pontiff’s message at the outdoor mass was geared to the role of young people in the church and the world:
You young people will live most of your lives in the next century, You must help the holy spirit to shape the social, moral and spiritual character.
For the first time since 1995, a Garth Brooks album failed to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 Pop Albums chart. Garth Brooks in…The Life Of Chris Gaines was a major failure for Brooks.
The worst part about it was, Creed was number one that week with their Human Clay album!
What were you thinking, bro?!
Chris LeDoux got a new liver! He underwent transplant surgery at the Nebraska Health System hospital in Omaha.
The world lost this legit cowboy in 2005.
Here’s my all-time favorite Chris Ledoux song! Photo Finish
and then lastly…
In California, Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor in the recall election of Governor Gray Davis.
They actually elected The Terminator! LOL!