Coach Bill Snyder retires after 17 seasons as Head Football Coach at Kansas State.">
November 15-Bill Snyder made it official today. He's retiring after seventeen years at Kansas State.
Snyder coming off a back-to-back losing season, including a loss on Sunday that saw his team miss his 2nd straight bowl game. He told a packed audience this is the right time to step down. He says his health is fine, but moving on now is the best for him, his family and K-State.
Snyder spent 17 seasons with Kansas State, leading the Wildcats to 11 bowl games. He's a three time winner of National Coach of the Year award.
Kansas State announced plans to rename the football stadium to "The Bill Snyder Family Stadium" after Saturday's game against Missouri.