Archive | September, 2015

BACK(S) TO THE FUTURE: GEORGIA TECH AND THE RETURN OF OPTION FOOTBALL

Here is a good article written by Michael Weinreb for Vice Sports, with some quotes I provided. The roots of option football are at least seven decades deep, and run back to a coach at the University of Missouri named Don Faurot, who invented a system known as the “split T” largely because he didn’t […]

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For Johnson It’s Always Personal

Paul Johnson has always had a chip on his shoulder when it comes to criticism of his precious triple-option football. “There are things Paul harbors, I believe, from years ago that still grate on him,” said Navy athletics director Chet Gladchuk. “The thought that his offense wouldn’t work at Navy or that it wouldn’t work […]

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The Brotherhood – Navy Football: It’s American

Photo: Paul Gillespie

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