Update 12/2/2018, 2:35 pm ET: Bill Snyder is set to announce his retirement today.
Who will replace Kansas State Football's head coach Bill Snyder?
With K-State's season in the books after finishing 5-7, multiple sources have confirmed that Bill Snyder will retire at the age of 79. Snyder's first stint as the head football coach at Kansas State was from 1989-2005. Snyder decided to retire for a short period of time but wanted to return to coach the Wildcats just three years later. With Snyder now gone, what college football candidates could be front-runners for the job? Current Kansas State special teams coach Sean Snyder would love to follow in his dad’s footsteps and become a head coach, but is that what KSU wants?
On the other hand, Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt could be an obvious option with his tenure in Manhattan, but does his troubled past with players raise too many red flags? Or could Kansas State hire a group of 5 coach or an FCS coach, such as NDSU’s Chris Klieman? Tune in to find out!
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Here is the complete list of 10 coaches the Kansas State Wildcats could hire to replace Bill Snyder:
#10 Sean Snyder
#9 Gary Patterson
#8 Mike Leach
#7 Ricky Rahne
#6 Brent Venables
#5 Josh Heupel
#4 Major Applewhite
#3 Jim Leavitt
#2 Seth Littrell
#1 Chris Klieman
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