See all the updates from Snyder’s appearance below.
Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder:
Bill Snyder, right off the bat, “I don’t have a lot to tell you.”
— Suzanne Halliburton (@suzhalliburton) July 20, 2015
— Damon Sayles (@DamonSayles) July 20, 2015
Bill Snyder, right off the bat, “I don’t have a lot to tell you.” — Suzanne Halliburton (@suzhalliburton) July 20, 2015
KSU has 7 QBs on its roster. Bill Snyder: “Probably 4 of them should be competitive for the position.”
— Kirk Bohls (@kbohls) July 20, 2015
Bill Snyder is probably the only Big 12 coach that every Big 12 fan base likes. — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) July 20, 2015
Snyder says the Big 12’s new contact rule will not affect Kansas State. “It’s identical to what our needs are.”
— David Ubben (@davidubben) July 20, 2015
Snyder has the same strategy for both press conferences & games: Hold the ball as long as possible, score a few points & kill the clock. — Fake Willie Wildcat (@FakeWillie) July 20, 2015
Snyder on Big 12 expansion: “I’ve long been an advocate of a certain way but only because of its value to Kansas State.” ….
— Chris Williams (@ChrisMWilliams) July 20, 2015
Snyder on new contact rule this year “it doesn’t alter our schedule. It won’t change anything.”
— Jake Lebahn (@JakeLebahn) July 20, 2015
Snyder talking about home advantage K-State enjoys. Absolutely right. Great crowd, tough place to win. Potential landmine for Baylor, TCU — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) July 20, 2015
Bill Snyder speaks about K-State fans. “I’m so proud of them.” pic.twitter.com/l8Q1283KDn
— David Scott Fritchen (@DScottFritchen) July 20, 2015
Bill Snyder referencing Pete Carroll’s visit to K-State with USC and his love for K-State fans. The tradition continues!
— Kellis Robinett (@KellisRobinett) July 20, 2015
Snyder, asked to name some Big 12 expansion targets, defers. “I identify issues. Solutions are a different story.” — Don Williams (@AJ_DonWilliams) July 20, 2015
When Bill Snyder is done coaching, what will he do? He wants to heavily invest in community-based organizations and family time.
— Big 12 FB Nation (@Big12FBNation) July 20, 2015
Bill Snyder said he didn’t return to coaching because he missed football that much. He felt like he was needed, did it for the people. — Brice Cherry (@BriceCherry) July 20, 2015
Bill Snyder said he came out of retirement at K-State to guide young players and give them a better chance in life.
— John Werner (@JohnWernerTrib) July 20, 2015
“If asked, I would certainly try to help.” — Snyder, on recommending potential expansion options — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) July 20, 2015
— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) July 20, 2015