Kansas State coach Bill Snyder, one of the more lovable coaches in college football, isn’t shy about speaking his mind from time to time. On the Big 12 coaches conference call this morning, he gave a pretty funny answer when asked how he planned on slowing down Baylor this upcoming Saturday. The Bears, who racked up 864 yards of offense and scored 73 points this past weekend against West Virginia, are averaging over 70 points per game in 2013. Snyder apparently doesn’t plan on letting them even have the ball. Per Fox Sports Southwest’s David Ubben:
Bill Snyder says the plan on slowing Baylor is to take the first snap and go into the locker room.
— David Ubben (@davidubben) October 7, 2013
Admittedly, it’s a better plan than some other coaches have come up with this year, given the results on the field.
It’s refreshing to see a coach gives such props to another conference foe. But if you’re a KSU fan, you’re probably hoping he has a better scheme for Saturday.