First-and-10: Bill Snyder turning Kansas State into a powerhouse once again - NCAA Football - Sporting News
Barry Switzer once said Bill Snyder accomplished “the coaching job of the century” in transforming perpetual loser K-State into a Big 12 powerhouse. You don’t get that title by walking into Alabama or Oklahoma or Texas and steering what is already a living, breathing machine.
Kansas State's Bill Snyder is worthy Big 12 praise; Mailbag - Stewart Mandel - SI.com
To appreciate just how incredible Snyder's career has been, consider this: Snyder's winning percentage in 21 seasons at Kansas State is .659. The program's winning percentage in its other 92 seasons of football is .357. Even with its modern success, K-State's all-time winning percentage (.439) is lower than all but three BCS programs (Northwestern, Indiana and Wake Forest)
Many theories for the Big Ten Conference's poor performance - ESPN
There's plenty of ammunition for Big Ten critics. But the reasons for the league's poor performance are more difficult to ascertain.
Nebraska Cornhuskers AD Tom Osborne going to retire - ESPN
Tom Osborne, who put together one of the most successful coaching runs in college football history before serving in Congress and taking the reins as athletic director five years ago, is retiring.