Bill Snyder informed his coaching staff on Tuesday that he plans to return to Kansas State for another season, according to a source. Snyder shared the news in a coaches meeting at K-State’s football complex, the source said. K-State finished its season last week with a 35-17 victory over UCLA in the Cactus Bowl; Snyder said he was uncertain about his coaching future afterward. “That hasn’t been decided yet,” he said at the time. Snyder previously said he needed more time to speak with family and school administrators before deciding if he wanted to continue coaching or retire at the age of 78. He has now apparently made up his mind, ending weeks of speculation about his future. A K-State media spokesperson said he had no update on the topic. Attempts to reach Snyder for comment were unsuccessful.