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December 2004

December 2004


No Huddle? More Chances

The Lambuth Univeristy Eagles use the no-huddle offense to change the tempo at which they run plays. The result - more snaps per game.
© December 2004

In 2002 the Lambuth University Eagles went 6-4 and averaged 55 snaps per game. During the spring of 2003 we put in the no-huddle offense. Our general offensive scheme did not change, just the tempo at which we ran the plays. In the 2003 season we increased our snaps per game to 70 and improved our overall record to 9-3, won a conference championship, and a trip to the playoffs. This is roughly a 27% increase in the number of chances to score. In the 2004 season we fully expect our average number of snaps to increase again.

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