Bill Snyder, who drew up the blueprint for how to take a loser program and make it a competitor, has told his team that he will retire at years end. Synder has been the K State coach for the last 17 years, which included a run of 11 straight bowl games. The last two years, however, have been tough for Snyder as the Wildcats will not go bowling for the second straight year. Despite that, Snyder will still be remembered for his 135-68-1 record in a tough place to win.
KANSAS STATE COACH TO RETIRE