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The stadium's namesake football coach is responsible for the recognizable Powercat logo that decorates the memorabilia of K-State fans worldwide. Coach Snyder introduced the logo shortly after his arrival in Manhattan.
Brought my disabled son here to enjoy a father to son bondage. I was so immersed in the atmosphere that I completely forgot where I left him. That was 5 years ago. I miss him.
Go cats go!
The castle of the K-State kingdom. Come early, tailgate with friends, watch a Wildcat Victory, achieve bliss.
Last game was 37-7 against UMass. Great game, perfect weather!
Learn the fight song!!!!
Remember when you thought you were going to beat us?
Go Wildcats! You can hear the roar of the crowd and see a wave of purple on autumn days at the football stadium renamed in honor of legendary football coach Bill Snyder.
This place has been good to the Wildcats. From 1996 to 2000, they won 26 consecutive games here. That’s the 25th-longest street in NCAA history.
Try the purple kettle corn! Best concession I've ever had.
Originally named KSU Stadium, the facility was built at a cost of $1.6 million and financed from student fees, athletics gate receipts and contributions.
Before retiring, Coach Snyder asked for the stadium to be named after the ones he loved instead of just him, and his wish was granted before the 2006 campaign.
If you want to be on the jumbotron stand by Delta Chi!
Tailgate was were its at!
Be sure to watch the marching band at pregame and halftime!! It's a lot of hard work, and the shows are always awesome!!
Fun fun way good tailgating
The Bill is awesome
Tailgated, and screamed til I was hoarse in the most electric venue in the Big 12!