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Post by Central30 »

What are some you ur favorite plays??

a couple i like was the Central Claysburg game when it was 3rd and 23 and central threw a short pass and pulled a Randy Moss and pitched the ball back to Hilemen and ran for a 1st down and Penn Cambria when they line up in trips and throw it out to the recever and then the recever throws a long pass and i really like the flea flicker
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Post by S Cube »

the hook and ladder that central ran last nite was executed to perfection...
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Post by ham55 »

I always liked the option reverse. Start out looking like the normal option but the WR to the side the option is being run to comes back and as soon as the ball is pitched he grabs it up and goes the opposite direction. Seemed to work well for the Bisons in the 02 season with Deek Harris running it, dont kno what happened to it this year tho. :?
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We ran the counter option play 55 in high school too. Great play but the timing of the pitch to the WR has to perfect, if its behind him big problems; usually a turnover but if the pitch is good look out!
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the old hook and ladder
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hook and ladder
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I saw in the paper Heights pulled off the "wet ball trick" against Penn Cambria for a big play. Its a shame that was their only big play all night.
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Lion Right Pass or for SouthPaw it was Lion Left Pass - Fran Harlan introduced it in 1983 and Ridge made a living off of it for 10 years and SouthPaw kept it going for years in the Junior High Program - the Lion Pass only got better with age as wine does as Harlan & SouthPaw added a few options off it for the WR / QB to modify at the line of scrimage - did not matter what the backers did or the d-backs it gave various options and kept the the field of play spread-out - hats off to Fran Harlan and the Lion Pass!
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