Will Bill Snyder coach a 27th season at Kansas State? That remains to be seen.
Snyder, who is 78, remained coy when asked about his future after the Wildcats defeated UCLA in the Cactus Bowl, 35-17.
"That hasn't been decided yet," Snyder said after ESPN asked him about retirement.
Snyder already retired once, in 2005, only to return in 2008. The program suffered during that four-year span, which prompted Snyder to return.
He has led the Wildcats to eight consecutive bowl appearances and 19 overall with Kansas State.
With Kansas State's win over UCLA, Snyder now has a 210-110 record with the team.