Friday, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder, one of the most respected men in the industry, was officially elected into the College Football Hall of Fame. The news doesn't come as a surprise, given Snyder's accomplishments. In two stints as the head coach in Manhattan, Snyder has been named Coach of the Year in either the Big Eight or Big 12 a total of seven times. He's won the Paul "Bear" Bryant award - given to the national coach of the year. He's won at least 10 games in nine different seasons. He's also led the program to 16 bowl games.
The school has put together an impressive four-minute tribute video to honor Snyder for his accomplishments. K-State fans will surely enjoy it:
Friday, Snyder confirmed that he'd be back in 2015 for yet another season. Expect the Wildcats to be competitive again.