Former Kansas State associate head coach and special teams coordinator Sean Snyder has been out of coaching his his father, the legendary Bill Snyder, retired from the team following the 2018 season.
Well according to a new report, Sean Snyder may be on the radar of another Big 12 team. Anwar Richardson of Orangebloods reports that Tom Herman is considering Snyder to be the Longhorns’ next tight ends and Special Teams coach.
Sean Snyder, son of legendary Kansas State coach Bill Snyder, had a "lengthy" interview in Austin on Thursday for Texas' vacant TE coach/special teams coordinator position, according to my sources. Unclear if he's the top candidate. Safe to say Tom Herman doing his due diligence pic.twitter.com/OTwDAvyX8W— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) January 16, 2020
This news comes one day after Nebraska is reportedly looking at Snyder for its Special Teams job.
Snyder’s entire career has been spent in Manhattan. After playing for his father as a punter in the early 1990’s, he was with the program rising up to director of football operations from 1994 to 2010, and then became the associate head coach and special teams coordinator during a run from 2011 to 2018.
Phil Steele’s publication named him the 2015 and 2017 Special Teams Coordinator of the Year.
From 2014-17, Kansas State was top-10 nationally in special teams efficiency, according to ESPN’s metrics, and No. 1 in 2017.
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