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From The Couch – K-State Ring Of Honor Member Martin Gramatica

From The Couch – K-State Ring Of Honor Member Martin Gramatica

  Martin Gramatica was added to the Kansas State Football Ring of Honor in 2008.  He is undoubtedly the best kicker in K-State history and arguably one of the best kickers in NFL history.  He was inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2003 and the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016.  This was a lot of fun for me to write and I hope you enjoy learning a little bit more about Martin Gramatica. “Gram├ítica…

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From The Couch – Kansas State Ring of Honor Member Sean Snyder

From The Couch – Kansas State Ring of Honor Member Sean Snyder

  Sean Snyder was a member of the inaugural class of the K-State football ring of honor in 2002.  He was also inducted into the K-State athletics hall of fame in 2016. Here’s a little bit of information I found about his career as a football player and as a coach. “Born Sept. 21, 1969 in Anaheim , Calif..”…www.kstatesports.com JM:  Sean was born when his Dad, Bill Snyder, was coaching at Foothill High School in Santa Ana, California. “Earned first-team…

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Seven questions I’d love to ask Bill Snyder!

Seven questions I’d love to ask Bill Snyder!

Bill Snyder is releasing his autobiography this fall, co-authored by D. Scott Fritchen, titled “My Football Life and the Rest of the Story.”  If I ever get the opportunity to talk to Bill Snyder again, there are a bunch of questions I’d like to ask him.  I’m hoping some of these questions will be answered in his book. I thought it would be fun to make a list of questions to ask and hypothesize what his answers might be.  As…

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Great Games in K-State Football History – Number 1 – K-State 35 Oklahoma 7, December 6, 2003

Great Games in K-State Football History – Number 1 – K-State 35 Oklahoma 7, December 6, 2003

I tried to pick one photo that would accurately reflect this game and I chose the photo above showing Darren Sproles outrunning the Oklahoma defense, who appeared just a blur in the background. This has to go down as the biggest game in K-State history and my proudest moment as a K-State football fan.  My Dad had Chiefs season tickets at the time and season ticket holders got first dibs on the tickets before the season even started.  We thought…

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