K-State coach Bill Snyder dealing with health issue

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If Klein can be as successful in his coaching role as he was under center for the Wildcats, the Kansas State football fans are going to be in for a treat.

Klein, 27, spent last season coaching quarterbacks at Northern Iowa. He is expected to fill the same role at K-State and replace current co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Del Miller, who has chose to retire, according to the sources. GoPowercat.com first reported the hire. He finished his college career with 4,724 yards and 30 touchdowns passing, on top of 2,485 yards and 56 touchdowns rushing. He also been absent from recent home K-State basketball games, including Monday's contest against Kansas, which he usually attends during the offseason.

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In a coaching environment where Bill Snyder has reportedly fought hard to keep his staff together, the move is both surprising and not very much so.

There is frequent speculation from year to year about when Snyder might retire, but talks of that cooled down this season after a successful season with a young team.

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We reached out to K-State's athletic department Friday night, but have not heard anything back. He's been the coach in Manhattan for 25 seasons, and will forever be known as the architect of one of the greatest turnarounds in the history of the sport. Snyder is now taking some time off to address his health, but is expected to coach next season for Kansas State.

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