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Lud Fiser
... He served as the head football coach at Kansas State University in 1945, compiling a record of 1–7 ... Fiser was also the head baseball coach at Kansas State in 1947 and 1948, tallying a mark of 25–16 ... Fiser was a native of Mahaska, Kansas, and a 1931 graduate of Kansas State University, where he was a two-year letterman on the football, baseball and ...
Sean Snyder - College Career
... He transferred to Kansas State, following his father, Bill ... by the AP and the AFCA and was named the First first-team All-American at Kansas State since Gary Spani in 1977, a span of 15 years ... Snyder finished his senior season by rewriting the Kansas State punting record book and broke the Wildcat records for best punting average with 52.8 ...
Current Sports Events - Days of The Month - 1 December 2012 (Saturday) - American Football
... ACC Championship Game in Charlotte, North Carolina Florida State 21, Georgia Tech 15 ... In Manhattan, Kansas Kansas State 42, Texas 24 ... Oklahoma and Kansas State claim a share of the Big 12 championship, with Kansas State winning the tiebreaker for the BCS berth ...
Mark Gietzen - Political Activities
... opposed Wichita taxpayer funding of art projects, converted a Democrat stronghold in the state of Kansas to a Republican stronghold, created a solid pro-life majority in the Sedgwick County ... He resigned as chairman on June 10, 1996, in order to run for the Kansas State Senate ... He was also a candidate for the same Kansas State Senate seat (28th district) in 1988 and 1992 ...
Lud Fiser - Head Coaching Record - College Football
... Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Kansas State Wildcats (Big Six Conference) 1945 Kansas State 1–7 0–5 6th Kansas State 1–7 0–5 Total 1–7 ...

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