Kansas State athletic director John Currie announced tonight the details of Bill Snyder’s new multi-year contract.
The contract is retroactive to February 1 and includes annual compensation, which will total nearly $10 million over a five-year agreement.
The new deal was approved by the K-State Athletics board of directors earlier today and signed today by Snyder.
“Coach Snyder is one of the true legends of college football,” Currie said in a statement. “He is an outstanding ambassador for this University, community and state. I have said numerous times that my first impression of Kansas State was the toughness and determination of a football team led by Coach Snyder at the 2001 Cotton Bowl, and we are excited about the direction of our football program under his leadership.”