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September 2007

September 2007


Aerial Attack with the Tight End

Texas Tech’s offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen utilizes their tight end to make them one of the most prolific offenses in the country
by: Terry Jacoby
© September 2007

The most amazing aspect of what Texas Tech has accomplished in Mike Leach’s reign in Lubbock is the consistency of a prolific passing offense. Since 2001 the Red Raiders have finished no worse than fifth in the nation in passing offense among all Bowl Subdivision schools. For four straight years – 2002 through 2005 – they led the nation. The players change, but the results don’t.

After splitting duties as Co-offensive Coordinator over the past few years, Dana Holgorsen becomes Leach’s full-time OC this fall. One of the ways Holgorsen plans to continue the Red Raiders dynamic passing attack is by incorporating the tight end in his offense. He talked about this subject with AFM.

Your offense has been called a “spread offense.” How would you describe it?

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