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Kansas State Wildcats Football Head Coaches: Kansas State Wildcats Football, Bill Snyder, Bo Mcmillin, Charlie Bachman, Pappy Waldorf (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 15 sep 2010


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 138. Not illustrated. Chapters: Kansas State Wildcats Football, Bill Snyder, Bo Mcmillin, Charlie Bachman, Pappy Waldorf, Vince Gibson, Stan Parrish, Bill Meek, Ron Prince, Doug Weaver, John R. Bender, Ellis Rainsberger, Sam Francis, Ralph Graham, Fay Moulton, Bus Mertes, Wesley Fry, Zora G. Clevenger, Wade Moore, Cyrus E. Dietz, Guy Lowman, G. O. Dietz, Albert Hansen, Ward Haylett, Reuben F. Booth, Mike Ahearn, Ira Pratt, Billy P. Williamson, A. W. Ehrsam, Lud Fiser, Hobbs Adams. Excerpt: The Kansas State Wildcats football program (variously "Kansas State", "K-State" or "KSU") is the intercollegiate football program of the Kansas State University Wildcats. The program is classified in the NCAA's Division I Bowl Subdivision, and the team competes in the North Division of the Big 12 Conference. The team has an all-time record of 45960441 as of the conclusion of the 2009 season. The team plays in Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas. The KSU Marching Band, also known as the Pride of Wildcat Land, performs at all home games and bowl games. According to some sources, Kansas State's football team began play on Thanksgiving Day 1893. A team from Kansas State defeated St. Mary's Academy 18-10 on that date. Other sources name Kansas State's first game as a 24-0 victory over a team from Abilene, Kansas, on November 3, 1894. However, the first official game recorded in the team's history is a 14-0 loss to Fort Riley on November 28, 1896. In its earliest years, the program had a different coach every year generally a former college football player who had just graduated from college. Often, the coaches also played with the team during the games. Some of the coaches during this era include Fay Moulton, who went on to win Olympic medals as a sprinter; Cyrus E. Dietz, who became a justice on the Illinois Supreme Court; and ...

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