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January 1998

January 1998


High-Flying Hornets

No TE, no FB- but a 2,000 yd.
by: AFM Editorial Staff
© January 1998

Emporia State University, an NCAA Division II school in the prestigious MIAA (Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association) Conference, featured the most balanced, yet explosive offensive attack in all of college football. Utilizing an attack with four receivers, no tight ends or fullback, the Hornets established 42 ESU, 30 MIAA, and nine NCAA records.

No tight end and no fullback. Wait a minute, is this the run-and-shoot? Hardly. To say that the Hornets have achieved these accomplishments by simply implementing the much maligned run-and-shoot offense would be a stretch. The ESU offensive scheme, known as the "Sting-and-Shoot", may be the system to take this somewhat radical brand of offensive football to the next step in its evolutionary process.

Not since the inception of the Run-and-Shoot by Glenn "Tiger" Elli....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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