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Janie Harris | NCAA.com | February 16, 2017

Fans, players show Kansas State's Bill Snyder support after cancer diagnosis

Kansas State coach Bill Snyder announced Monday that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer.

He spoke at length in a release from Kansas State Athletics about his condition, explaining that he has been receiving treatment and doctors have projected a positive outcome for him.

An outpouring of messages of prayers and well wishes for the hall-of-fame coach began popping up on Twitter after the announcement.

Also, during Kansas State basketball’s recent match up with Iowa State, Wildcat fans and team members signed a giant get-well-soon card for Snyder.

He said responsibilities will fall to his coaching and support staff for now, but he said fans should expect to see him for spring football. 

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