Bill Snyder, Kansas State coach, to write children’s book

In this file photo, Colsen Harding has his helmet autographed by Kansas State coach Bill Snyder at the Catbackers Banquet earlier this year at Bettis Family Sports Complex. The longtime coach is planning to write a children’s book. (2017 file photo/Keith Horinek/The Capital-Journal)

WICHITA — Longtime Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder is planning to write a children’s book.

The Wichita Eagle reports that publisher Kraken Books says the 77-year-old Snyder is writing a children’s book called “Take it from Me.”

Few other details about the book were released immediately.

Snyder is preparing to coach his 26th season at Kansas State this fall. His teams have won 202 games and two Big 12 championships during his career.

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