Snyder Resigns As Marshall Football Coach

HUNTINGTON (AP) -- Marshall football coach Mark Snyder is resigning.
Synder said in a news release issued Sunday that he made the
decision after meeting earlier in the day with athletic director Mike Hamrick.

The 1988 Marshall graduate said the two men agreed his resignation was in the best interests of the program.

Synder said he was honored to lead the Thundering Herd the past five years. Marshall went 21-37 during his tenure.

Marshall finished its season Saturday with a 52-21 loss at UTEP that dropped the Thundering Herd to 6-6.


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  • by Jessie Location: Alderson WV on Nov 29, 2009 at 04:04 PM
    Well all I can say is until we find a A.D., it will be the same --- looks like Bobby Bowden may be free.
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