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Revamping the Wing-Tby: Mike Kuchar
Senior Writer, American Football Monthly
© October 2008
Who says you canít teach an old dog new tricks? Sure, the Wing-T offense has been around for over half a century and is continued to be used productively at every level of high school and small college football. The down blocks, traps and misdirection schemes have been giving defensive coordinators conniptions ever since the legend himself, former Delaware head coach Tubby Raymond, ran the Wing-T. This scheme has begun to morph into a different style. Good coaches are always trying to find ways to tweak their system to get the most of their athletes and adapt to the times, and slowly but steadily the Wing-T is starting to do the same.
Yes, on any given Saturday you will see your conventional buck sweep, fullback traps and wing back counter sallyís but thatís not all you will be seeing. Many coaches around the country are findin....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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