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July 2008

July 2008


Take What They Give You: The Veer Offense in Simplest Form

How Jeff Curtis creates an offensive advantage by using numbers, alignment and width
by: Mike Kuchar
© July 2008

If it ain’t broke, why fix it? Though a little cliché, no truer words have been spoken about the football program J.T. Curtis established in River Ridge, Louisiana. Talk about tradition; since John Curtis Christian High School began playing football in 1975, the Patriots have won a total of 22 state championships in all three classifications in Louisiana with their last one coming in 2007. What’s more outstanding is that they have been crushing opponents running the same exact offense – the split back veer – year after year. With so many different programs buying into the ‘flavor of the month’ offensively, switching schemes like they switch socks, John Curtis has remained consistent and dominant with the scheme they run. In some ways it has become not just an offense but a disciplinary code that has been embedded in the school’s rich hist....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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