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EDSBS POINT-COUNTERPOINT: SHOULD YOU STEAL SIGNALS IN FOOTBALL?

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AN IMPORTANT DEBATE

Jamie Squire

Last night during the Auburn/Kansas State game Bill Snyder gently suggested that, in his halftime adjustments, one thing the Wildcats needed to do was conceal their signals better. This implies that Auburn was reading Kansas State's offensive signals sent in to the quarterback, and thus knew what was coming on every play.

This question is our important poll question of the day: should we be worried about stealing playcalls in college football?