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Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder talks about the agent problem in college football and how he protects his players.
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No we have sessions with our youngsters which brings some people in -- visit with our youngsters. You know what we try to encourage young people and their families I think you have to communicate with the families as well. It's our it's our preference. What we ask of our players is that. And families is that when and contacted by outside sources. That they can share with them that. At the end of the season that they would certainly be willing to visit with them if they persistent calls that they make that. That they would exclude them from the possibility of serving and representative fashion. That individual we put together -- panel. Myself and a member of the athletic department and someone from. Appropriate. Fields business. Field law field. To meet with. Prospective agents that youngsters might be interested in. So their families can come to campus and sit down and and quote unquote interview. Respect you. Prospective representatives. Program we checked we -- that we run -- -- Players' association. And some other areas to determine. Background. Individuals -- shown interest in announcers. But nevertheless it's still and that doesn't. Necessarily. Stop the -- And kind of problems can still exist and not paid enough to believe -- you know it always takes place exactly. I was like. Is -- this year I think its major issues confidently.