Martin Says He's Happy at Kansas State
KANSAS CITY (AP) - Kansas State coach Frank Martin says he's happy coaching the Wildcats. That doesn't mean he wouldn't listen if Miami came calling. In an interview on a nationally syndicated radio show hosted by Tim Brando, Martin said Tuesday no one had called him about any other position and he has a great job at Kansas State working with great people. But he also said that in his business, "it's hard to ever sit back and say `never say never' because then you get called a liar." Martin is a native of Miami and was a successful high school coach there. He's been successful at Kansas State in his first job as a head coach, succeeding Bob Huggins four seasons ago. The Miami job came open this week when Frank Haith left for Missouri.