When football is a family affair, a school will look to help in the search

Kansas State football fans know all about family.

The school has been through many years when it comes to its football program, from its first game being played on the campus, to when the school was founded in 1890.

But that hasn’t always been the case.

The team has had ups and downs, but it’s always been a family operation.

Now, the school is looking to help its fans make their way to the next game in a different way.

K-State President Tom Williams told reporters this week that the school will be using an online search service to help fans find games that will be broadcast nationally on FOX Sports Kansas City.

The search service will be called the Kansas State Search.

It will allow fans to search for games by location, team name, game time, conference title and conference championship, and will be available for both mobile and desktop devices.

Williams said the search will not be limited to the K-State football team, and he said there will be other events like basketball, baseball and golf.

“This is just another way for K- State fans to get into the game, and hopefully we can bring back some family-friendly excitement,” Williams said.

Kansas State football fans know all about family.The school has been through many years when it comes to its football…