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December 2009

December 2009


From Huddle to No-Huddle in 5 Simple Steps

by: Sam Nichols
Head Coach - South Haven H.S. (MI)
© December 2009

Over the past few years, no huddle offenses have become increasingly prevalent among D-I football teams. While no-huddle has found its way into the high school game to a certain extent, many coaches still avoid this concept because of the perceived communication barriers. They watch college QBs constantly changing the play and get headaches thinking about how that could work on their team. At the same time, it is hard to deny the advantages that you can gain from the no huddle such as controlling the pace and eliminating defensive substitution.
When we decided to go to no huddle, our main concern was simplicity. We wanted a system that could be installed in a few short days and not take attention away from teaching offensive plays. After some brief research, we decided that wrist play cards offered us the best way to get the ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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