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Vol II 2016
Hal Mumme – The Godfather of the Air Raid Offenseby: AFM Editorial Staff
© Vol II 2016
Considered the original architect of the Air Raid Offense, Hal Mumme developed his passing game after studying the playbook of LaVell Edwards, the near-legendary coach of BYU. Mumme first brought the offense to Texas when he was the head coach at Copperas Cove High School. Mumme studied Edwards and built the high school program into a consistent power with the strength of a wide open passing attack. In those days the I-formation was king but Mumme saw possibilities with three and four receiver sets. Later he became the head coach at Iowa Wesleyan where he first installed the Air Raid. He then had stops as head coach at Valdosta State, Kentucky, Southeastern Louisiana University, New Mexico State, McMurry University, and currently Belhaven University in Mississippi.
Mumme’s offense features widely split linemen, a four or five....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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