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September 2000

September 2000


The Diary of a New Coach - Part I

© September 2000

Norman, Okla., is 17 miles south of Oklahoma City and perhaps most famous for being home of the Oklahoma Sooners. Football has deep roots in Norman. Norman High School, a Class 6A school with a strong football tradition itself, has nine state championships.

NHS runs out of the offset I-formation and our base plays are either 42/43 Crunch (an iso on the playside backer) with a complimentary 26/27 Counter, or an option attack, depending on our personnel. Most of our passing is from a three-step drop, a sprint-out, or a play-action rollout off of our Crunch and Counter with our defense a base 4-4.

The 1999 class of freshmen has been anointed the revival of Tiger football. We had big linemen coming in and a quarterback with what seemed like a bionic arm. The class ahead of them went undefeated, and together, the two classes are expected....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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