MANHATTAN, Kan | K-State coach Snyder retiring after 27 seasons, 215 wins

MANHATTAN, Kan | K-State coach Snyder retiring after 27 seasons, 215 wins

MANHATTAN, Kan — Bill Snyder already was considered the architect of the greatest turnaround in college football history before he decided to return from a three-year retirement to resurrect Kansas State again.

Now, the 79-year-old coach is heading back into retirement.

Snyder decided to step away Sunday after 27 seasons on the sideline, ending a Hall of Fame tenure in Manhattan that began in the Big Eight and weathered seismic shifts in college football.

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