Ron Jaworski… Side Saddle Wing T QB

“The coach, the late Dike Beede…was the last collegiate proponent of the sidesaddle T. The sidesaddle T is a bizarre formation that is something of a cockeyed wing T. Jaworski would line up a yard behind the left guard to receive the snap from center. A tailback and a fullback lined up five yards deep, as they would in a pro set, and on every play a wingback would go in motion, pausing briefly behind the center as if to receive the snap. The wingback would then continue toward the sideline as if he had the ball, and the center would hike it sideways to  Jaworski.”

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Posted on April 17, 2013, in Coach Grice, Coaching Ideas. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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