Kansas State Has Reportedly Found Its New Head Coach

first_imgKansas State's football team returns to the locker room.MANHATTAN, KS – SEPTEMBER 18: The Kansas State Wildcats return to the locker room after pre-game warm-ups ahead of the game against the Auburn Tigers at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium on September 18, 2014 in Manhattan, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)The search for Bill Snyder’s successor at Kansas State appears to have reached its conclusion as the Wildcats have reportedly found their new head coach.According to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman, the Wildcats are expected to offer the job to North Dakota State head coach Chris Klieman.Per the report, Klieman will accept the position but stay with NDSU through the end of their FCS Playoff run.Klieman is 67-6 in five years with the Bison, winning three FCS national titles during his tenure.BREAKING: #KState is expected to offer #NorthDakota State’s Chris Kleiman the head coaching job tonite, per source.. All indications point to him accepting the job & he’s expected to coach NDSU as far as they go in FCS Playoffs. He is 67-6 at NDSU and has won 3 national titles.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 10, 2018Klieman will have huge shoes to fill at Kansas State. Snyder led the Wildcats to two conference titles during his multiple stints with the team, including all nine of the team’s bowl wins.The team went so far as to name their home stadium after him: Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium.Snyder announced his retirement after his 27th season at the helm for the Wildcats.Kansas State went 5-7 this past year, their first losing regular season since 2008.last_img

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