Report: Plans for Littrell to replace Snyder fall through

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KWCH) It appears negotiations with the top pick to head up K-State's football program have fallen through.

It was no secret the university was looking at Seth Littrell of North Texas to replace

Tom Martin, with KCTV 5, a CBS-affiliate in Kansas City, says a source tells him Littrell wanted to "clean house and bring his entire staff to Manhattan."

Apparently, the university didn't like the idea -- and said no.

Littrell's name has been at the top of the list since the university announced Snyder's retirement after nearly 30 years with the program.