Venables headed to Kansas State?


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From National Football Post:

While he reportedly weighs whether to take over for Kevin Steele at Clemson, the report Monday night that Kansas State defensive coordinator Chris Cosh could be on his way to South Florida could change the game for Venables once again.

For a long time, many believed that Venables would be the heir apparent to Bill Snyder at Kansas State, the alma mater of the Sooners' co-DC. Could the Wildcats bring him aboard and allow the 72-year-old Snyder to walk away in a year or two? After all, Snyder has rebuilt the program for a second time after reaching the 10-win mark this past season. Venables, who served as linebackers coach at K-State from 1993-98, has nothing more to accomplish on the assistant level. Why not a return to Manhattan?

No one quite knows the challenges of winning at Kansas State like Snyder. However, Venables is the one coach in the college game who has the best chance of at least replicating that success in Manhattan once Snyder decides to walk away once again.

But if the Wildcats don't want to lose out on a good thing, they have to act fast. After all, Venables is a wanted man.

From Tulsa World 12:11 PM EST: Source: Venables absolutely not interested in K-State coordinator job.

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