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December 2009

December 2009


Ditching Your Huddle – With so many teams going to the no-huddle offense, should you?

by: David Purdum
© December 2009

Until recently, the only time most teams would dare to run plays without taking the time to huddle up to get the play call and the snap count from the quarterback was during the two-minute offense, when saving precious seconds was critical. Not any more. Today, dozens of pro and college teams have instituted full-time no-huddle offenses with the simple goal of gaining an advantage over the defense by keeping them off-guard. High school teams are even beginning to follow suit.
The no-huddle offense can be relentless. “You take charge of the tempo of the game by running this offense,” said University of Wyoming Head Coach Dave Christensen, who brought his no-huddle attack to Laramie after an ultra-successful run as Missouri’s offensive coordinator. “You dictate the tempo of the game rather than having the defense dictate to you.....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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