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    Offensive Explosions or Defensive Meltdowns

    BOTC Exclusive Audio: Curtis Kitchen Interviews Bill*Snyder - Bring On The Cats

    Please put aside who you cheer for on Saturdays and listen to Bill Snyder's thoughts. Yes, old Bill is not exactly a public speaker and is painful to listen to but my guess is that Paul Rhoads agrees 100% with what Bill has to say.



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    Re: Offensive Explosions or Defensive Meltdowns

    Just in case some of you do not realize it, Bill Snyder and Del Miller are considered to be the people that first made the Wildcat formation an offensive force. Michael Bishop was that first dreaded QB that made the Wildcat a force and feared formation in college football. Of course, Clay Stapleton would say it was nothing he had not used many years ago. Clay would be correct.



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