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Q & A with Slingin’ Sammy Baugh

Sammy Baugh

Originally Published: May 11, 2011 Author: Tex NoelExecutive DirectorIntercollegiate Football Researchers Association The following is a Q & A that I had with former TCU quarterback, Slingin’ Sammy Baugh, November 10, 1993. Interesting, it was 20 years to the day I watched my very first college football game, as Northwestern rallied to defeat Indiana, 21-20. […]

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Menominee’s 49 Short Option Play

Menominee run play

Originally Published: April 5, 2010 Author: Jeff Bayerl In the Beginning Since the beginning of time…or at least since 1966, Menominee has run the single wing under Ken Hofer. In the late 1960’s, 1970’s and the early to mid-1980’s we were a running team. We threw the ball 6-8 times per game to keep the […]

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The “A” Formation: Simplified and Updated-Part 2

Originally Published: March 2, 2010 Author: Ted Seay Q&A Part One: The Passing Game Direct Snap: Let’s move on to the passing game. Apart from the QB Boot, which is a run-pass option, what does the aerial attack look like in your revised “A” formation offense? Ted Seay: As with everything else in football, I try to […]

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The “A” Formation: Simplified and Updated-Part 1

Originally Published: February 8, 2010 Author: Ted Seay Q&A Part One: The Run Game DS: Ted Seay, you’ve recently released an “A” formation PowerPoint presentation titled The “A” Formation: Simplified & Updated. This follows a previous “A” PowerPoint in 2007 and a Word document a year or two before that. I understand your interest in the “A”, […]

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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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