A legendary college football head coach might have coached his final game this evening.
Kansas State lost to Iowa State for the first time in a decade, as the Cyclones rallied from a big deficit to topple the Wildcats, 42-38.
This might've been the final game of Bill Snyder's career.
There has been rampant speculation about iconic Kansas State coach's future and many around the program believe it's time to move on.
"Let the Snyder watch begin," tweeted college football insider Pete Thamel.
Associated Press college football writer Ralph D. Russo believes it's time for Kansas State to make a change.
Kansas State finished the year 5-7, missing a bowl game for the first time in a long time.