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Snap Decision

It's no secret that most members of special teams often go unrecognized for their efforts. While kickers and punters do get a bit of notoriety, the blockers and other specialists on the team usually get none, unless a major problem occurs on their watch.

Given the choice, most players would probably opt for another position – one with the chance of more notice – but West Virginia's Cody Nutter chose the less publicized role of long snapper over the position of tight end that he came to Morgantown to play. After two seasons with the Mountaineers where Nutter split his practices between tight end and long snapper, the Parkersburg, W.Va., native...

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