MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNT) – Kansas State University’s head football coach Bill Snyder is undecided on his future plans.
The 78-year-old Hall of Fame coach addressed the matter, following the Cactus Bowl in Phoenix, Arizona where the Wildcats beat the UCLA Bruins 35 to 17., during a press conference Tuesday evening.
Snyder first oversaw the football program between 1989-2005. He then returned to the sideline in 2009 for his second tenure with the Wildcats.
Snyder publicly announced his battle with throat cancer in February of 2017. He completed his final round of treatment in April.