(EVEN IF YOU'RE ALREADY RUNNING THE DOUBLE WING, I BET THERE ARE SOME TIPS THAT WILL HELP YOU RUN IT BETTER) (2) DETAILED VIDEO ON HOW I TEACH THE UNDER-CENTER SNAP - IF YOU'RE A SHOTGUN GUY, WOULDN'T IT BE NICE TO BE ABLE TO SPIKE IT OR SNEAK IT?
(3) A SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE STACK-I PACKAGE - I'VE BEEN RUNNING THIS FOR 20 YEARS NOW AND I'VE NEVER PUT IT ON A VIDEO.
Translation: he’s giving up his senior year at one of the most desirable - and desired - colleges in the country. The guy was second team All-Pac 12, which means he will likely be a middle-round NFL draft pick - at best. Every year, the “ultimate dream” of others - thousands of America’s brightest kids - is to be admitted to Stanford.
IF YOU'RE A DOUBLE-WINGER, YOU OUGHT TO TAKE A LOOK.
(4) BRAND-NEW IN 2015: A BASIC "OPEN WING" PACKAGE WITH THE QB UNDER CENTER.
Hurts, the son of a high school coach, is one class kid. Where it was going, it turned out, was the Cascadia Subduction Zone, the fault that lies offshore and runs along the Northwest coast, roughly from British Columbia’s Vancouver Island to Northern California. So I kept watching, and I’ll be damned if it didn’t zero in on Ocean Shores, Washington - home of the North Beach High School Hyaks. They showed a shot of Ocean Shores, which is essentially a six-mile-long sandspit no more than a couple of miles wide at its widest, and then brought on learned geologists and seismologists, who assured us that, yes, there will be a Tsunami. And when it does come, it will kill hundreds of thousands.
Yanked from the lineup in the biggest game of the year, humiliated in front of a national TV audience, he showed dignity and aplomb in his every action and comment. And - if we happen to be at our place on the beach - we’ll have 30 minutes’ warning. Not the wall of water so much as the thought that there’s just one road out of town - 6,000-some panicked people trying to get on that one road leading to high ground (20 miles away).
*********** Even more astounding than the decision by Saban to pull his starting quarterback - last year’s SEC Player of the Year - was the fact that his backup quarterback was game-ready.