MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State football will host its annual coaching clinic at the Vanier Family Football Complex and Bill Snyder Family Stadium April 13-14, providing coaching staffs with the resources to develop as a coach and mentor to young student-athletes.
Open to coaching staffs of all levels from youth league to community college, the clinic provides participants the opportunity to observe two Wildcat team practices, presentations by all K-State coaches, as well as drill demonstration and breakout sessions with the Wildcat coaching staff.
Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder, a 2015 College Football Hall of Fame inductee, will speak to the group on two occasions in addition to presentations from Wildcat coordinators on offense, defense and special teams.
Registration is $45 per coach if completed prior to April 1 and $55 per coach thereafter. For more information, including clinic schedules and order forms, visit www.kansasstatefootballcamps.com, contact Kacey Harper at 785-532-5876 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following an 8-5 campaign in 2017 – which featured wins in five of its last six games and a Cactus Bowl victory – Kansas State begins spring practice on March 28, with the Purple/White Spring Game set for April 21.
Season tickets for the seven-game 2018 home slate will go on sale on March 1. Details will be announced in the coming weeks.
Asst. Director/Athletics Communications | K-State Athletics