Michigan State has yet another coaching vacancy to fill this off-season. Assistant coach Mark Snyder will be following former defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett to Florida State as the Seminoles new defensive ends coach. Snyder served in the same capacity for MSU this past year, after two years as the linebackers coach. He has also been the team’s special teams coach for the past three seasons.
It was an up and down tenure for Snyder with Michigan State, and while the need to replace another assistant coach this off-season isn’t great for continuity purposes, this loss isn’t even close to as big as losing Barnett.
I had previously been critical of Snyder’s work as special teams coach coming in to this season, and even more so after the poor start the special teams got off to this year.


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