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Football Offense of 1939 in High Schools-Part 10

Special thanks to Jim Barg for the materials and Guy Savoie for the text conversion Originally Published: February 11th, 2008 Athletic Journal — 1939 Kentucky Diagram 91 is a double reverse inside the weak-side tackle with a trap on the tackle. Five goes to his left and blocks the opposing end; 6 and the center […]

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Triple Wing

Originally Published: November 25, 2007 12 Feb 1966 Dear Bill: Am very sorry that I have not gotten some material to you on the triple wing back as I promised. We have been getting this office transferred to Bill Murray at Duke and I haven’t had a chance to go into the archives and dig […]

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Dutch Meyer’s TCU Spread

Originally Published: November 12, 2007 OLD SCHOOL FOOTBALL NEWSLETTER 2007 – ISSUE 4 – By Hugh Wyatt – www.coachwyatt.com Before you start firing off e-mails denouncing me for breaking my pledge to write about OLD SCHOOL FOOTBALL by writing about something with the word “SPREAD” in it… Relax. Bear with me. The book shown above […]

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Double T — Double Trouble

Special thanks to Jim Barg and Bryan Lane for the materials Originally Published: October 22, 2007 “Revolutionary Football” — 1953 By Vassa CateHead Football Coach, Waycross High, Waycross, GA Yes, the double-T is double trouble and with the clear interpretation that the rules committee has now put upon the use of the double quarterback, look […]

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Principles of the Double T

Special thanks to Jim Barg and Bryan Lane for the materials Originally Published: October 1, 2007 “Revolutionary Football” — 1953 By Herbert “Swede” Phillips With the defense rapidly catching up with the T formation offense, some coaches are turning to the single wingback formation, substituting power and deception for speed and quickness. Others will seek […]

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