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Kansas State president asks fans to stop the vulgar chants targeting Jayhawks

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — The president of Kansas State has asked Wildcat basketball fans to stop using vulgar chants targeted at the Kansas Jayhawks when the rivals meet in Bramlage Coliseum. 225 more words

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K-State makes hiring of former Wildcats QB Collin Klein official

A Little Manhattan legend will indeed kickstart his on-field coaching career at his alma mater.

Following up on the reports that surfaced over the weekend… 406 more words

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#BillSnyder :The Greatest where it counted most #SnyderStrong #EMAW

When we define greatness we often refer to records, banners, and rings.Based solely on these standards of greatness Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder would not warrant mentioning. 331 more words

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Kansas State's Bill Snyder Diagnosed With Throat Cancer

Some upsetting news coming from Manhattan, Kansas today as the school’s longtime head football coach, Bill Snyder, was diagnosed with a form of throat cancer. Snyder is expected to be with the team for the start of spring practice next month, which is encouraging. 276 more words

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Longtime Bill Snyder assistant Del Miller retires

Kansas State co-offensive coordinator Del Miller, who coached alongside Bill Snyder for 20 years, is retiring.

“I’m very appreciative of the opportunity I’ve had here at Kansas State,” Miller said in a… 303 more words

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Bill Snyder to continue coaching after being diagnosed with throat cancer

Reports surfaced in recent days about Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder being treated for an undisclosed medical condition.

On Monday, Snyder announced he has been diagnosed with throat cancer but does not plan to step aside from his coaching duties as he combats it. 265 more words

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Bill Snyder Has Cancer, Plans To Continue Coaching

The Wichita Eagle reported over the weekend that Kansas State Wildcats head coach Bill Snyder was receiving treatments at a Kansas City hospital. Snyder in a statement today revealed the reported treatments are for throat cancer. 73 more words

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