Snyder hasn't brought up the milestone to his team, but they know.
“I don't talk about it a whole lot but there's a lot of attention to it in town,” Snyder said. “They know it. It'll just come when it comes.”
He's also received quite a few phone calls and visits from former players, with several showing up last week and more expected this week.
Snyder took over as the head coach in Seminole in 1980 after several years as an assistant there.
He's considered leaving a few times but never pulled the trigger.
“It's entered my mind a couple times,” Snyder said. “Then I start looking around and thinking, ‘Gosh, I have it better than 99 percent of the people I know. Seminole hasn't changed much. The kids are still the same. You can coach a kid as hard as you want in football. The kids understand that and the parents understand that.
“I've had so many players and assistant coaches and I'm only on my fifth superintendent since I've been here. We've never not had great support from our administration.”