Bill Snyder had a right to be really frustrated this week. His Kansas State team, after all, came within roughly 30 seconds of beating a ranked Oklahoma State team on the road and remaining undefeated. Instead, OSU kicker Ben Grogan hit a 37-yard field goal with 32 seconds left to give the Cowboys a 36-34 win.
The 76-year-old coach probably was frustrated with the end result, but he didn’t let that affect his incredible kind-heartedness.
Snyder sent Grogan a hand-written congratulatory note this week.
I have so much respect for Coach Synder and the Kansas State Football program, so cool for him to do this! pic.twitter.com/E6rhnoMHro
— Ben Grogan (@Ben__Grogan) October 9, 2015
Nobody handles losing better than Snyder. It doesn’t happen often to the legendary Kansas State coach, though.