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Attacking The Outside LB With Motion In The Wing-T Keeps Defenses Indecisive

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© December, 2003

by Billy King
Head Freshmen Coach, LaSalle Academy, Providence, R.I.

FOR AS LONG as I can remember, it seemed that every team that ran the wing-T offense would send its wingback in motion behind the backfield when running the belly or counter play.

DIAGRAM 1: Wingback In Motion On Belly, ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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