Bill Snyder is back in charge at Kansas State and is looking forward to returning the program to its glory days. Snyder’s highlights include: losing Big XII title games to huge underdogs, trips to the Alamo, Holiday, and Cotton Bowls, and playing as many non-NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Division teams as possible. Watch some of Scott Howard’s favorite K-State highlights below:
People close to the program report that Snyder is ready for the season and even remembers he is a football coach almost 43% of the time. Snyder, who played quarterback at college football power William Jewel during the Eisenhower administration, is best known for his remarkable turnaround of the Wildcat football program. Under his cataract-clouded watch the Wildcats went from one of the worst programs in the country to a respectable also-ran in the Big XII. But don’t be fooled by his advanced age – Snyder is energized, ready for the challenge, and working as hard as ever, three days a week 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a 45 minute lunch break. Watch out Tennessee Tech, he is breaking down your game film and drawing up plays to crack your defense wide open … right after his nap. Reports say Snyder is reading the “internets” to stay current with episodes of the current television hit “Wings” so he can relate to his players.
When he isn’t yelling at players to get the hell off of his lawn he is busy molding the next generation of Kansas State greats like Martin Gramatica, Ell Roberson, and Biscuits.
Kansas State fans are excited by the retun of Snyder. Many report massive sacrifices to ensure they can pay their electricity bill in the fall and catch K-State on the “tube”. So watch out Big XII, Snyder and K-State are back … but keep in mind: if you beat them too badly, it might be considered elder abuse.