Seventy-eight year old Bill Snyder is the oldest coach in the top division of college football, and ended his 26th season as Kansas State’s coach with a 35-17 win in the Cactus Bowl Tuesday night. Snyder’s contract has a provision that says he can remain coach as long as he wants. But he said earlier this month that he’s not sure whether he’ll return for the 2018 season. And as Greg Echlin reports, that uncertainty is making some K-State fans anxious.
Greg Echlin's story comes to us courtesy of the Kansas News Service.