MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -Bill Snyder will return as football coach of the Kansas State Wildcats for the second time.
Kansas State announced the appointment in a news release Monday morning. A news conference was scheduled to introduce the 69-year-old Snyder as the new coach.
Snyder retired three years ago after turning around the football program at Kansas State in what has been called ``the Miracle in Manhattan.'' He left with a 136-68-1 record and was replaced by Ron Prince.
Prince was fired with three games left this season but finished out the schedule.

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