Kansas State University football coach Bill Snyder was the keynote speaker for the Hall of Fame banquet that happened on December 8th at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhattan, New York. There were over 2,000 people in attendance and everyone was more than delighted to get to hear from one of the most popular coaches in the collegiate world right now. At the event, it was also announced that as of the 2016 season, the teams in The Big 12 will have to play one of their three non-conference games against a Power Five Conference school or Notre Dame.
The. St. Joseph, Missouri native got his start in the sports industry while he played as a quarterback for the University of Missouri and William Jewell College where he earned his bachelor’s degree. By 1965 he had also earned his Master’s Degree from Eastern New Mexico University which working as an assistant coach for a high school team. From 1966 to present day, Snyder has been coaching for high school and college teams that include University of Southern California, Indio High School, University of Iowa and Kansas State University. The two-time Big 12 winner has won several awards over the last four decades for his incredible coaching talent.
Snyder was the guest speaker for the Hall of Fame banquet that happened in Manhattan, New York earlier this month at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. It was a huge success and the audience was honored to have the coaching legend come to the event.
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