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The Hurry-Up/2-Minute Drill

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© June, 2010


by John Bowen
Head Coach, Hephzibah High School (GA)

This is not intended for the coach that desires the hurry up, no huddle concept of football that is embraced by so many coaches in today’s game. It is a traditional approach to the clutch moments before halftime or the end of the game. Often, a score at that time can be the difference in winning and losing in dramatic fashion. Our hurry-up package is something that has helped us in key situations throughout the years. The ease in which it is installed and practiced has made us an effective two-minute team when the game situation dictates it. We have had s ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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