MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -Kansas State has called a news conference for Monday morning amid multiple reports that Bill Snyder, who retired as Wildcats coach three years ago, has been rehired.
Snyder, 69, stepped down with a 136-68-1 record after reviving what had been the losingest program in major college history. The school refused to say who its selection is, insisting an official announcement would be made Monday morning.
The new coach replaces Ron Prince, who was fired three years after following Snyder.

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