Bill Snyder is back at Kansas State for a 28th year
The legendary head coach returns for another season.
Why wouldn’t you want to coach another year if you’re Bill Snyder?
The program is still solid, and the team is still winning, and it’s a whole lot of fun.
The legendary head coach will turn 79 next October with a record of 210, 110-1. He’s coming off his eighth-straight bowl season, his second straight bowl win, and a solid 8-5 season.
Next season, all five offensive linemen are back, the quarterback situation is terrific with Alex Delton and Skylar Thompson returning. All 11 starters from the Cactus Bowl should be back to a deep, dangerous team.
The defense loses some key parts of the front seven, but the secondary is loaded. The kicking game needs work, but it’s Kansas State – the special teams will be fine.
Is it a good enough team to win the Big 12 title? It’ll be close enough to want to stay around to give it a shot.