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Bryan Fischer - April 2017
He's not called "The Wizard" for nothing. Kansas State football coach, Bill Snyder, is back to work after completing treatment for throat cancer earlier this year. Snyder is set to begin his 26th season as head coach of KSU and indicates he has no intention of stopping anytime soon.
SNyder states that he's finished with treatments and is experiencing the after-effects that come with treatment. Though he states "the hardest part is the after effects that come with it" he also recognizes that "millions of people have done it" and he doesn't allow it to prevent him from continuing the job he loves.
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Original source: collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com