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Corey Sutton released from K-State football scholarship; Bill Snyder apologizes

Former Kansas State wide receiver Corey Sutton on Friday was released from his athletic scholarship with the Wildcats. Sutton, from Charlotte, N.C., had been fighting to get a release after announcing earlier this month that he planned to transfer. The release comes a day after K-State football coach Bill Snyder defended his program’s philosophy about granting transfers and referenced a player who failed two drug tests without naming the player. Snyder apologized and K-State says Sutton can transfer to any of the 35 schools on his list.

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Bill Snyder: K-State players understand his rules on transferring

Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder responded to wide receiver Corey Sutton’s recent complaints, saying it “doesn’t make sense” to release players from scholarships.
Blair Kerkhoff The Kansas City Star
Bill Snyder: K-State players understand his rules on transferring 2:20

Bill Snyder: K-State players understand his rules on transferring

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Jacie Hoyt introduced as UMKC women's basketball coach

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Coach Bill Snyder on the Wildcats spring game

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Gene Taylor introduced as new AD at K-State

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