Personal: Born in Keokuk, Iowa, he and his wife Cindy have three children, Andy, Lindsay, and Sarah. A three-year letter-winner as a defensive back for the Hawkeyes from 1967-71, Hayes earned a degree in Finance/Insurance in 1971.
Personal: Born July 29, 1949, in Byron, Georgia ... married to the former D'Anne Mitchell ... the couple has two children, Marion II and Mallory. Earned his bachelor's degree in physical education. Was a two-year starter for the Wildcats ('70, '71) at offensive guard, earning third-team All-America and first-team All-Big Eight honors in '71 and playing in the '71 Senior Bowl and North-South Bowl ... played four years in the CFL after being a seventh-round pick of the New York Jets.
Personal: A native of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Cox earned a bachelor's degree in general studies from Idaho in 1989. He and his wife, Jill, have three children, Zac, Jake and Addison. Cox earned four letters as a linebacker at Idaho from 1983-86, starting for three seasons. He played for head coaches Dennis Erickson and Keith Gilbertson. He still ranks among the Vandals' all-time leaders with 252 career tackles.
Seiler is a former walk-on who transfered to K-State from Oklahoma State where he was a member of the Cowboy wrestling squad. The Goddard, Kan., product earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors during his final three years in Manhattan while becoming one of the biggest contributors on defense. In 2005 he was honored with the program's Nancy Bennett Award, representing fight, spirit and a positive nature. As a senior in 2006, Seiler made 21 tackles, including a career-best four sacks. He registered at least one tackle in 11-of-13 games and had multiple stops six times as he helped the Wildcats earn a trip to the 2006 Texas Bowl.
Personal: Seiler graduated from Kansas State in 2006 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He also holds a master's degree from Wichita State.
Personal: A native of Columbus, Ohio, Dimel and his wife, Julie, have a son and a daugher. Dimel played for K-State from 1983-86, lettering at tackle in 1985 and '86.
Miller began his coaching career at the high school level in 1972 when he became head coach at Plainfield High School in Plainfield, Iowa. In 1975, he left to become the defensive coordinator at Eagle Grove High School in Eagle Grove, Iowa. He then served as head coach at Eagle Grove from 1977-78.
With the opportunity to run his own program, Miller left Kansas State in 1995 to take over as head coach at Southwest Missouri State. He guided the Bears to a 21-23 record in four seasons, including their first winning mark in three years in 1996 at 7-4.
Personal: A native of Marengo, Iowa, Del is married to the former Jan Schafbuch. The couple has three sons, Todd, Tad and Troy (deceased). Bachelorís degree in physical education in 1972 and masterís degree in physical education in 1976.
Personal: Dickey is married to the former Lisa Bradshaw, a native of Jetmore, Kansas, and a member of the Arizona women's basketball team from 1983-85. The couple has five children. Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Arizona University in 1987. As a player he started at offensive guard at Arizona from 1983-84 - compiling a streak of 1,230 consecutive offensive plays (including all 840 offensive plays of the 1983 season). He was named second-team all-Pac-10 in 1984 and was Arizona's Offensive Most Valuable Player. Before going to Arizona, he completed an all-conference junior college career at Scottsdale Community College.
Personal: A 1993 All-America and All-Big Eight performer for the Wildcats, Andre accumulated 3,443 all-purpose yards, including 1,556 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns on 95 receptions and 1,458 kickoff-return yards on 60 returns in his four years. He still sits in K-Stateís top 10 in 13 offensive or return categories, including top marks in both single-game all-purpose yards per play (27.0 vs. Missouri in 1993) and career all-purpose yards per play (18.2), and a second-place ranking in both career kickoff-return attempt and yards.
Drafted in the third round of the 1994 NFL Draft by San Diego he had a five-year professional career playing for the Chargers, Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers. A two-time Pro Bowler and 1994 NFL All-Rookie squad honoree, Coleman helped the Chargers win the 1994 AFC Championship and earn a trip to Super Bowl XXIX in which he established eight Super Bowl records at the time, including a then-record 98-yard kickoff return touchdown.
This Hermitage, Pa., product returned to Manhattan in the summer of 2011 to complete his degree in social sciences. He and his wife, Brandi, have two daughters, Kyla and Shyla.
Sean received his start as a part-time assistant coach with the Wildcats in 1994 and served in that capacity until 1996, when he began focusing his efforts on the administrative side of the program as the Director of Football Operations. In 1999 he was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations and Associate Athletics Director in 2001.
Personal: The son of legendary K-State head coach Bill Snyder, Sean Snyder earned his bachelorís degree from K-State in money and banking in 1994. He is married to the former Wanda Boyett, the couple has three children and one grandchild. A member of Kansas Stateís inaugural Ring of Honor Class in 2002, Snyder was one of the programís most prolific punters during his playing days at K-State from 1991-92. Following his collegiate career, Snyder signed a free agent contract with the Phoenix Cardinals in 1993 and the following year with the San Diego Chargers.