Kansas State Rumors & News

  • Report: Bill Snyder wants to return to Kansas State next season

    USA Today "With a team that could have up to 17 returning starters, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder says he wants to return next season, according to a report from KStateonline.com. The 78-year-old coach has a record of 209-110-1 in 26 years of coaching, all with the Wildcats. After undergoing treatment..." December 13

  • K-Statement: Bill Snyder ‘will remain coach until he decides otherwise’

    College Football Talk "Kansas State has responded to the events of Thursday and, wow, what a response. Early yesterday afternoon, a report surfaced that indicated K-State had a verbal agreement with Jim Leavitt to ultimately take over the football program in place but that arrangement was nixed by legendary current..." November 17

  • Report: Jim Leavitt’s verbal deal to take over at K-State nixed by Bill Snyder

    College Football Talk "It’s not exactly a state secret that Bill Snyder wants his son, special teams coordinator Sean Snyder, to take over for him when he steps down a second, and presumably final, time as Kansas State’s head coach. Thursday brought forth a striking example of just how far the Wizard of Manhattan will..." November 16

  • Kansas State OL Scott Frantz cherishes acceptance after informing teammates he's gay

    ESPN "Asked to divulge a personal secret during an offseason team-building exercise last year, Kansas State offensive tackle Scott Frantz told his Wildcats teammates that he is gay. "I came out to my teammates, and I've never felt so loved and so accepted ever in my life than when I did that," Frantz..." July 13

  • Ex-K-State WR involved in release imbroglio transfers to Appalachian State

    College Football Talk "After public pressure helped get him out of the Little Apple, Corey Sutton is going to resume his collegiate playing career on the East Coast. On his personal Twitter account Friday night, Sutton (pictured, No. 12) announced that he is “[b]lessed to say I will be continuing my collegiate career..." June 24