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Barton County welcomes Kansas State football coaching legend

Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder speaks with Mike Clark, director of development for K-State’s athletic department.

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The guest of honor received a standing ovation.
Kansas State’s football coach Bill Snyder, a living legend, delighted a Central Kansas Catbackers crowd Friday at The Club at StoneRidge with memories from last year’s 31-14 Buffalo Wild Wings bowl victory over Michigan. Wes Essmiller serves as local president for the Central Kansas Catbackers.
Snyder said he’s always kept a simple philosophy — get better today and tomorrow than you were yesterday. He credits end-of-the-season preparation and focus on detail for K-State’s success against Michigan. Quarterback Jake Waters threw for 271 yards with Tyler Lockett getting 10 catches ...

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