Kansas State Coaches Begin Earning Bonus Money

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Kansas State Coaches Begin Earning Bonus Money
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MANHATTAN — Coming off a 10-win football season and a trip to the Cotton Bowl, Kansas State athletic director John Currie rewarded the coaching staff that made it happen. He gave Bill Snyder a $250,000 raise, boosting his annual earnings to $2.2 million, and he gave Snyder’s nine assistants new contracts that featured a 20-percent pay bump, bringing their combined salaries above $2.2 million.

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