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IF YOU'RE A DOUBLE-WINGER, YOU OUGHT TO TAKE A LOOK.

(4) BRAND-NEW IN 2015: A BASIC "OPEN WING" PACKAGE WITH THE QB UNDER CENTER.

TV did a pretty good job of explaining what happened on Bama’s winning touchdown play.

It was incredibly careless defensive execution, especially by the Georgia CB on the single receiver side.

Somehow, though, Bama had a kid - a true freshman at that - ready to step in and demonstrate a high level of preparation, in as pressure-packed a situation as you could find.

Granted, there are more ways these days , including extra coaches and VR aids, but it’s still not likely that Tua got near the practice reps that Jalen Hurts did.

Meanwhile, football players get in through the side door - the football program is able to bypass Stanford’s almost unbelievably selective admissions process in order to admit its recruits.

Knowing how coveted a spot at Stanford is - an amazing 80 per cent of those admitted choose to enroll - I’d have to say that when a football player walks away from the Stanford experience so he can go join the circus, he’s become a casualty of our materialistic culture.

(In the pros, leaving the starter in the game, even in blowouts, is the norm, but it’s to be expected when he's got performance clauses in his contract calling for bonuses for completions, yardage, touchdowns and what-not.) *********** Based on what they said and how they act, I’d have to say that Bama’s quarterbacks are exceptional young men, both of them reflecting the kind of quality upbringings that too few of today’s kids enjoy. *********** Alas, football season’s over, and now we find out what all those other channels are for.

Tua sounded like a kid who was raised well when he said in a post-game interview that his parents would be upset with him if he didn’t thank the Lord. Stumbling across a Nat Geo special on Tsunamis, I decided to stay with it to see where it was going. You can’t have been where my wife and I have been for a good part of the past decade without knowing about it.

(5) THE RAM AND LION FORMATIONS - COMBINED WITH AN UNBALANCED LINE, THEY PRODUCE A REALLY NASTY WEDGE THAT'S BEEN A MAINSTAY OF MY OFFENSE SINCE THE MID-90'S. FOR THE FOOTBALL HISTORY BUFF, THERE ARE SOME CLIPS OF 1950'S PRINCETON TEAMS RUNNING THE WEDGE, AND OF WYOMING'S "SIDE SADDLE T", FROM 1954 EVERY PURCHASOR OF THE SET WILL BE ADDED TO THE OPEN WINGERS' MAILING LIST - AT INTERVALS, I WILL MAIL OUT SUGGESTIONS, IDEAS, COACHING TIPS AND IN-DEPTH EXPLANATIONS I’ve been selling my “EVOLUTION OF AN OFFENSE” DVD for .95 and it’s been a good enough seller - but not nearly enough Double Wing coaches have seen it, nor have they been to any of my clinics or camps - which means that in many cases they’re running a 20-year-old Double Wing.

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