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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Report: Kansas State targeting Chris Klieman as head coach

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Kansas State looks like it has its eyes on a replacement for Bill Snyder.

The Wildcats are targeting Chris Klieman as their next head coach, according to Football Scoop. Klieman, 51, has been the head coach at North Dakota State since 2014 and has gone 66-6 at the FCS powerhouse program.

Football Scoop’s report comes around the same time that North Texas’ Seth Littrell withdrew his name from consideration for the job.

Two reporters have said they believe Kansas State is down to Klieman and Memphis’ Mike Norvell as their finalists.

Kansas State historically was a terrible program until Snyder built them into a winner. Even in his second stint as head coach he had success, posting winning seasons in 7 of 10 seasons. The Wildcats were 5-7 this year.

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