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Wildcats searching for solution to recent bowl game struggles

Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder stands with his team before a Big 12 Conference football game against Kansas in Lawrence on Nov. 30.

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MANHATTAN — Under Bill Snyder, Kansas State went from arguably the worst program in the history of college football to a perennial contender, a job nobody thought possible.
Snyder stepped away for a brief retirement, only to return and lead the Wildcats back to the Big 12 championship.
So when it comes to football in the Flint Hills, most people believe Snyder has all the answers. But even Snyder is puzzled by Kansas State’s struggles in bowl games, especially of late.
“It is obvious that one of my many failings is that I do not have the answer to that ...

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