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Thread: SEC school Auburn Stealing signals again?

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    SEC school Auburn Stealing signals again?

    Kansas State switched up their offensive signals Thursday night because coach Bill Snyder believed Auburn was stealing signs.

    "They're getting our signals," Snyder told ESPN sideline reporter Samantha Ponder, adding that the Wildcats changed up some of their signals during halftime.

    http://espn.go.com/college-football/...ignal-stealing



    So I guess this is becoming a major issue with this SEC school. Does anything actually think the SEC or NCAA will look into this?

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    Re: SEC school Auburn Stealing signals again?

    What's wrong with stealing signs if you can figure out the signal system?

    Now, if they actually have a spy inside the K St. camp feeding them info - that's another story.

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    Re: SEC school Auburn Stealing signals again?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklyn Nole
    What's wrong with stealing signs if you can figure out the signal system?

    Now, if they actually have a spy inside the K St. camp feeding them info - that's another story.
    Not sure, but Coach Snyder has been coaching for over 50 years and I can't find where he has ever accused another team of doing this.

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    I don't have a problem with signal stealing. It is up to the coaches to protect them. If I were able to see and interpret anothers teams signals, I would not ignore that advantage.

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    Re: SEC school Auburn Stealing signals again?

    Quote Originally Posted by PYnole
    I don't have a problem with signal stealing. It is up to the coaches to protect them. If I were able to see and interpret anothers teams signals, I would not ignore that advantage.
    Isn't there a different in what you stated and having someone on the sidelines that their sole job is to try and steal the signals?

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    Huh. I seem to remember Oklahoma State holding towels around the head coach in their first game this year...

    Everyone does it.

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    Re: SEC school Auburn Stealing signals again?

    Quote Originally Posted by weagle98
    Huh. I seem to remember Oklahoma State holding towels around the head coach in their first game this year...

    Everyone does it.

    Exactly.

    Snyder is just pissed because Auburn is really good at it.

    Boo hoo Coach Snyder - get yourself a better set of signals.

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    Changing their signals didn't seem to help K St in the second half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PYnole
    I don't have a problem with signal stealing. It is up to the coaches to protect them. If I were able to see and interpret anothers teams signals, I would not ignore that advantage.
    Yep, agree.

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    K-State lost because its kicker was terrible and then then the deeper more athletic team over took them in the second half.

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    If a football team has signals that an Auburn fan can steal, they deserve to be stolen.




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