Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the work has never stopped for Kansas State’s football staff. The Wildcats’ coaches won’t have to keep working remotely and virtually much longer.
In a video posted to the program’s official Twitter account Friday, head coach Chris Klieman announced that he and his staff will return to the football offices this week.
Monday, May 18, we’ll get back together as a staff continue on our preparations for the 2020 season. We’ll all be able to go back to Vanier, said Klieman, referring to the Vanier Family Football Complex, and get together.
All players, he said, wrapped up spring semester finals last week. When the coaches return to their offices next week, Klieman said they will continue holding virtual meetings with players.
We’ll have eight hours a week where we’ll get an opportunity to talk football with those guys,” Klieman said.
That remains the plan until June 1. That’s the target date — provided nothing changes — for players to return to Manhattan and resume their weight training under the watchful eye of K-State’s strength and conditioning staff.