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Topic - Bill Snyder
His voice still carries the same monotone quality. The verbiage about "youngsters" and the need to constantly improve has never changed. Even the tennis shoes are the same as always.
Many schools already have had their spring football games, those glorified scrimmages that are usually just for show. Kansas State is just getting into the meat of its practice schedule.
For starters, four Big 12 teams haven't even revealed who their No. 1 quarterback will be with only a few practices left before the season openers.
The first time that Kansas State coach Bruce Weber approached Bill Snyder about speaking to his team, the `ol football coach jokingly said that the Wildcats were playing too well and that he didn't want to mess things up.
Snyder's new deal, which includes an automatic rollover provision, increases his salary to $2.75 million for the 2013 season with annual increases of $100,000.
Bill Snyder turned 73 in October, so it was only natural that folks across college football would start wondering just how long the maestro of Manhattan would remain on the sidelines.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder has signed a new five-year deal that includes an increase in compensation to $14.75 million over the life of the contract.
All season, Kansas State was content to live in the moment.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder has been voted the AP Big 12 coach of the year after leading the Wildcats to the third conference championship in school history and a berth in the Fiesta Bowl.
Oregon and Kansas State were atop the BCS standings just two weeks ago, each needing two wins for a likely trip to the BCS championship.
Every week, the pressure on Collin Klein becomes a little more oppressive.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is hopeful injured quarterback Collin Klein will be available for next Saturday's game at TCU.
Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein spent the final 25 minutes of Saturday night's win over Oklahoma State watching from the sideline, the coaching staff having taken away his helmet to keep him from trying to get back in the game.
They've never met, never even talked, but they'd probably be best of friends.
Tommy Tuberville and Texas Tech sure took a lot of the head-scratching out of how to slow down No. 17 West Virginia. Just in time for fourth-ranked Kansas State, too.
"Well, right now I told Daniel that if he wants to try his hand at wide receiver, then I would certainly give him the opportunity," Snyder said. "He is working at the wide receiver position, and he is growing. From a learning standpoint, he understood all the schemes, so he knew assignments for wide receivers. What he did not understand was the execution and how to go about doing it."
"I would not pick one right now," Snyder said. "DeMarcus is at the top of the chart because he came out of that position from the fall, but I think we see some promise in the two younger guys."