During the halftime break Thursday night, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder told ESPN’s Samantha Ponder that his staff wasn’t doing a good enough job of ‘disguising signals’ against Auburn and Ellis Johnson’s defense.

This isn’t the first time the Tigers have been accused of cracking the code for signals and using it to their advantage. Earlier this season, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said ‘some people in that stadium and on that other sideline knew a little bit more about us’ following the Razorbacks’ 45-21 loss at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

During the BCS Championship Game in January, Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher said he used towels in the second half to combat the Auburn sideline from stealing signs.