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January 31, 2013 12:24 PM

Bill Snyder signs new five-year contract with Kansas State

Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder has signed a new contract worth $14.75 million over the next five seasons, making him the fifth-highest-paid coach in the Big 12. Snyder, 73, will be 78 when the contract runs out after 2017. “This has been an extraordinarily successful run of Kansas State football,” K-State athletic director John Currie said. “It was important for us to recognize that and take care of him.”

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