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.
Source adds that buyout terms may have also played a role in Littrell and KState not getting a deal done. No secret Littrell would like opportunity to coach at Oklahoma down the road.— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) December 7, 2018