Kansas State football opened up its preseason camp this week, and head coach Bill Snyder sounded off on the NCAA’s ban on two-a-day practices.
According to the Wichita Eagle’s Kellis Robinett, Snyder said that “everyone is in turmoil” due to the earlier start to preseason camp than in previous years — a result of the team needing more days to complete a sufficient amount of practices.
It isn’t the first time that Snyder has been critical of the NCAA’s new regulation that has gone into effect ahead of the 2017 season. At Big 12 Media Days in July, Snyder said the new rule was “not fair” and that he was “disturbed” by the thought of being “short in the number of preparation days” heading into the season, according to Robinett.
Snyder wasn’t alone in voicing his opposition to NCAA’s new regulations. Washington State head coach Mike Leach said on Tuesday that the NCAA is creating “some of the stupidest rules under the sun,” in response to the two-a-days ban.