Auburn degraded Kansas State satisfactory and block on Thursday, 20-14, though Wildcats manager Bill Snyder called shenanigans.
Snyder indicted Auburn conduct manager Gus Malzahn of hidden signs during a initial half of Thursday’s game. Snyder told ESPN’s Sam Ponder in a halftime talk that Malzahn was “getting a signals.” Malzahn resolutely denied a allegations in his postgame interview.
It isn’t a initial time Malzahn faced such accusations — FSU conduct manager Jimbo Fisher done a same explain after a 2014 inhabitant championship game.
If he was stealing signals before halftime — where K-State simply could have been leading, 20-10, if not for dual missed margin goals and a forsaken touchdown locate — it positively wasn’t really effective.
Posted: Sep 19, 2014