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MODERNIZING THE WING-T By emulating Auburn's modified Wing-T offense, you can have a dynamic, deceptive running attack.© May 2014
During last season’s SEC championship game, when Verne Lundquist pointed out that Gus Malzahn was a proponent of the Wing-T when he coached high school football in Arkansas, Wing-T coaches everywhere must have smiled. Lundquist even mentioned the legendary Tubby Raymond and his book, The Delaware Wing-T - An Order of Football. Not only was a former high school coach succeeding on college football’s biggest stage, he was doing it with a modified, modernized version of the Wing-T.
What Auburn has done puts the Wing-T, with unique modifications, back in the forefront of today’s offenses. Auburn has taken the basic concepts of Wing-T football (misdirection, deception and great blocking angles) and given it an extreme make-over, making it the “hot” offense in coaching circles. Here are a few of the concepts that will help you use ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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