Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder is expected to retire.
That’s according to the Manhattan Mercury, who cites a source with “direct knowledge to the situation.” A formal announcement by the Kansas State University athletic department is expected later on Sunday.
Multiple media outlets are also reporting that there is expected to be a team meeting on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Bill Snyder just completed his 27th year as head coach–10th in his second stint with the Wildcats. K-State finished 5-7 and missed a bowl game for the first time in eight years.