Kyler Murray and Quinnen Williams lead this year's college football All-America team. Who else made the cut?
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- Kansas State target Littrell to stay at North Texas
- Kansas State's Snyder announces retirement
- K-State CB Shelley arrested for traffic violations
- Chasing Big 12, K-State starts $200M-plus plan
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Interesting rumblings today on Kansas State. I've heard various candidate combinations, all with North Dakota State's Chris Klieman, most with Memphis' Mike Norvell, some with Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt. Troy's Neal Brown, I'm told, also in consideration. Brown is unique because he followed a veteran coach (Larry Blakeney) and took over a Troy program that had been struggling a bit, like Kansas State is now. He's 30-8 since 2016.
Seth Littrell has decided to remain at North Texas after Kansas State had expressed interest in one of the nation's up-and-coming coaches to replace Hall of Famer Bill Snyder.
You know about the stars of college football, but these 10 players flew under the radar this season while performing as well as anyone in the nation.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Peter Burns discuss Bill Snyder hanging up the whistle (2:30) the CFP field (7:50), Kyler Murray's case for the Heisman (24:04) & more. Plus, Walk-Ons (38:04) & Extra Points (49:18).
The 79-year-old coach won one game his first season, but retires with 215 victories, a Hall of Fame career and his name on the stadium.
Kansas State Wildcats coach Bill Snyder announced his retirement Sunday after 27 seasons.
Snyder built Kansas State football. He is Kansas State football. He's won 215 games at a place that managed two winning seasons in the 34 years before his arrival. But is Snyder's time finished?
David Montgomery ran for three touchdowns, including the winner with 4:34 to go, and 25th-ranked Iowa State rallied from 17 down in the fourth quarter to stun Kansas State 42-38 on Saturday night and snap a 10-game skid against the Wildcats.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Iowa State scores 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to stun Kansas State, ending the Wildcats' season at 5-7. Bill Snyder's future will be a focal point of discussion in the coming days.
Clay Helton getting fired at USC could put a relatively slow coaching carousel into overdrive. Will the Trojans make a change?
Skylar Thompson returned from a concussion to throw for 213 yards and a touchdown, Blake Lynch hit four field goals and Kansas State's defense grounded high-flying Texas Tech in a 21-6 victory over the sloppy Red Raiders on Saturday.
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
Kansas State dominated Texas Tech today, winning 21-6 on Senior Day in frigid Manhattan. The Wildcats must win at Iowa State next week to go to a bowl. The big question ahead: Will we see 79-year-old Bill Snyder back on the sideline at this stadium?