Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Stadium Picture
Kansas State University Wildcats K-State
Blakeway brand 40" x 13 " print (unframed)
- This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the Kansas State Wildcats during a football game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Located in Manhattan, Kansas, Bill Snyder Family Stadium opened as KSU Stadium in 1968 with a capacity of 35,000. In 2006, it was renamed in honor of legendary head football coach Bill Snyder, who turned a struggling Wildcats team into a recurrent championship contender in the Big 12 Conference. Today, the stadium seats 52,200 fans - its largest crowd exceeding 53,800. Founded in 1863, Kansas State University, originally named Kansas State Agricultural College, is the oldest public university in the state and has an enrollment topping 23,300 students.
- Grade "A", pH neutral, heavy art stock. UV resistant ink.
- Framed: mounted and backed up with foam core. The frame is 3/8" black aluminum with glass. Outside dimensions are 40 " x 13 ".
- Deluxe Framed: mounted and backed with foam core. The frame is 1 " black aluminum with tapered glass. It also features a double mat in school colors. Outside dimensions are 44" x 18".