How much do any of us really know about the long snapping craft? Very little until it goes awry and implodes a punting play. For a crash course on this fine art and essential skill, we turn to Newhouse. The redshirt sophomore talks with The Bootleg about what makes for a good long snap. He also discusses improvements he has made both physically and technically since the 2004 season, as well as the chemistry between him and punter Jay Ottovegio, his classmate and friend.
Brent Newhouse Scout Profile
Brent Newhouse video interview (Part I) -
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