Gene Taylor’s candor separates him from others in his position.
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Chris Klieman chuckled at the question.
The first time Bill Snyder retired from Kansas State, he said it took him “about six months” until he came to grips with no longer coaching football.
Gene Taylor and Dean Bresciani were the only two people who didn’t believe the sky was falling in Fargo, North Dakota, on Dec. 8, 2013.
Alex Delton didn’t think Bill Snyder would retire.
Bob Stoops has nothing but the highest regard for Bill Snyder, and nothing but the fondest memories of Manhattan.
After 27 seasons at the helm, in two different stints, Bill Snyder is finally stepping away as Kansas State’s head football coach.