After three years out of the game Bill Snyder is trying reconstruct a Kansas State program he originally built into a national power. The Wildcats are 2-2 heading into their Big-12 opener in Arrowhead Stadium this weekend against Iowa State and says the only goal this season is to make improvement each week and not focus so much on who the opponent is each week.
Snyder says it’s about trying to correct all the mistakes they make and enhance the spirit and emotion and discipline and effort with which they play. Snyder says they have focused much of their time on fundamentals. He says it’s not on one particular element of the game, it encompasses every facet of the game.
Snyder says he has been impressed with the work of new Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads and says he put together a good staff. He says they are sound and play hard and don’t get out of position. Snyder says they are vastly improved and getting better every day.