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October 2006

October 2006


Point-Counterpoint: Goal Line Offense vs. Defense

by: David Purdum
© October 2006

GAME TIME: INSIDE THE FIVE

West Georgia and San Diego are located 2,103 miles apart. But in today’s transcontinental showdown, only four yards separates these two teams from a big win or disappointing defeat. Trailing by eight late in the game, San Diego has marched inside West Georgia’s five. Harbaugh has all his time outs left, so time is not an issue. Putting the ball in the end zone against a fired-up West Georgia defense is.

Harbaugh: “We’d like to get into two tight ends, two backs and a receiver or we’ll get into a muscle group, which is three tight ends and two backs. We cut our splits down, cut it down to a foot split, and we always use inside footwork and inside hat placement.”

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