-- PHOENIX -- Bill Snyder isn't going anywhere just yet.
After a 35-17 win over UCLA in the Cactus Bowl at Chase Field, Kansas State's 78-year-old head coach said his coaching future in Manhattan, Kansas, has not been determined.
"That hasn't been decided yet," Snyder said, after asking a reporter if he had put out the report that Tuesday night may have been Snyder's last game.
Snyder was hired by Kansas State in 1989 -- at age 49 -- and retired in 2005, only to return in 2008. He has coached the Wildcats to 19 bowls overall -- including six in the Phoenix area, three of which were at the Fiesta Bowl -- and eight in a row.
Kansas State finished the season 8-5, giving Snyder a career record of 210-110 -- all with the Wildcats.