Snodgrass, a workmanlike guard from Nitro, W.Va., likes the fact that everyone on the offensive line has seen a good deal of work this spring, and has gotten the chance to show what they can do as they learn the new offensive scheme.
"The coaches have done a good job of getting everyone in there so they can choose the best five for the job," said Snodgrass, who is battling for playing time on the inside of the line.
Even though West Virginia has played quickly at times during his career, Snodgrass lists the fast pace of the offense as the biggest change from last year. Techniques and assignments haven't changed a great deal, so getting used to the tempo of the attack, which has ranged from fast to warp speed, is the biggest adjustment for the unit that will be critical in making it effective.
In this interview, Snodgrass discusses those changes and identifies the defensive linemen that are the most difficult for him to handle -- a roster that includes his roommate.