Kansas State's Snyder yet to decide on possible 2018 return

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Bill Snyder completed his 26th season as Kansas State head coach Tuesday when the Wildcats defeated UCLA in the Cactus Bowl, and the veteran hasn't ruled out returning for a 27th just yet.

Snyder addressed speculation on whether or not he has coached his last game for the program, insisting he has not yet decided, according to Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.

Reports emerged last month that Snyder had nixed a plan to make current Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt his head coach-in-waiting, and the university later stated that the job is Snyder's for as long as he wants it.

Over the course of two separate stints with the program, Snyder has a combined 210-110-1 record, with nine seasons of 10 or more wins, nine bowl victories, and two Big 12 conference titles.

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