2018 K-State Football
Tysyn Hartman, Curry Sexton and Alex Delton take us through Snyder’s last 10 seasons with insightful memories and stories about K-State’s legendary coach.
Former Wildcats Jeff Kelly, Andrew Shull, Nick Leckey and Ian Campbell reflect back on their memories of Bill Snyder and how he impacted the Kansas State program prior to his first retirement.
Before we start speculation as to what the future might hold for K-State football, it’s important to pause and reflect.
It’s the end of an unprecedented era.
A Marquette beat writer shares his insights on why the Golden Eagles’ offense isn’t flying high just yet and says K-State should cause some matchup problems for a defense that looks better than recent versions.
A decision on Bill Snyder’s future could come as early as tomorrow, but no matter what happens, the man who built this program will never return.
It’s the regular season finale for the Wildcats, and they will attempt to make sure it’s not the final game of the 2018 season.
As Farmageddon approaches we turn to a friend of the podcast for insights on one of the Big 12’s best defenses and how Matt Campbell’s blueprint for success could be applied to the post-Snyder era — and why it’s a little different.
TCU and Kansas State will play a football game Saturday, so Melissa joined us to all work through our sadness at how this season has gone.
It’s time to replace Bill Snyder.
The editor of the popular Oklahoma-centric college football blog and podcast says the Sooners offense will cause some serious problems for K-State, but Alex Barnes could do the same when the ‘Cats have the ball.