January 16th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The salary pool for Chris Klieman’s inaugural staff of football assistants at Kansas State comes out to $3.55 million. That is nearly the same amount of money Bill Snyder had to use on his final coaching staff before retiring after a transformational 27-year run with the school last month. K-State paid his assistants $3.58 million last season. Add on Klieman’s base salary of $2.3 million and the Wildcats are spending $5.85 million on football coaches in 2019. They spent more last season ($7.08 million) with Bill Snyder earning $3.5 million. That will help the athletic department offset some of the money it owes former coaches following his retirement. – Kellis Robinett, Kansas. Read More.

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