Vahe Gregorian writes: At 75, the Wildcats head football coach remains elusive about a timeline for his departure, but it’s inevitable if not imminent. Whenever that is, K-State will be charged not with replacing the helm of a system but a rare presence more resembling a force of nature.
Vahe Gregorian writes: At 75, the Wildcats head football coach remains elusive about a timeline for his departure, but it’s inevitable if not imminent. Whenever that is, K-State will be charged not with replacing the helm of a system but a rare presence more resembling a force of nature. File photo by Ross D. Franklin The Associated Press
Vahe Gregorian writes: At 75, the Wildcats head football coach remains elusive about a timeline for his departure, but it’s inevitable if not imminent. Whenever that is, K-State will be charged not with replacing the helm of a system but a rare presence more resembling a force of nature. File photo by Ross D. Franklin The Associated Press

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