Bill Snyder Signs New Five-Year Contract with K-State
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State coach Bill Snyder has signed a new five-year contract that will solidify his services through the 2017 season. The new contract, which has an automatic rollover provision after the completion of each season mirroring the agreement signed in 2009, increases Coach’s compensation to $2.75 million for the 2013 season, while annual increases of $100,000 will bring the five-year total to $14.75 million through the 2017 season. The new deal has been approved by the K-State Athletics, Inc., Board of Directors and President Kirk Schulz.
“We are thrilled Coach Snyder has accepted this new contract and proud of the competitive improvement our team has made — both on the field and in the classroom — under his leadership,” K-State wrote in a press release. “Coach Snyder’s daily drive, focus and energy in continuing to build the K-State football program are truly remarkable and inspirational. While he is not one to focus attention on himself, President Schulz and I felt that it was important to recognize, in this very significant way, his tremendous leadership and commitment to continuing to lead the K-State football program.”
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