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October 2005

October 2005


Stopping the Wing-T

Defending the Wing-T is an Exercise in Discipline
by: Steve Silverman
© October 2005

It is one of the most confounding offenses found in either high school or college football. Mention the Wing-T at any meeting of coaches and the majority if being honest will admit that it is one of their worst nightmares. It is an offense that is as unpredictable as any in the game and the team that is unprepared for it will be placed in peril and will most likely be embarrassed.

Few coaches will put their team at that disadvantage. Through scouting and film study, most coaches know when they are about to be attacked by a Wing-T team. Knowing what you are facing is one part of the battle. Stopping it effectively is something quite different.

The Wing-T features motion, misdirection, surprise and counterattack. Many coaches who use this offense will explain that their team does not need to have a superior group of ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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