No surgery for Snyder
Kansas State’s biggest offseason injury wasn’t to a player. It was head coach Bill Snyder, who tore his ACL and MCL during spring drills. Did he have surgery? “No. We prolonged it and it’s gotten too late,” Snyder said. “So we’re going to have to put it off until after the season. I’m not sure whether we will or won’t. It depends on whether I decide to go back to playing golf or not.”
The injury happened in April when two players landed on the 70-year-old’s knee during a drill.