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Surprisingly there’s isn’t any double wing being run in this area. I know most basic things such as stance and alignments and basic play package, but I need more. I did work with him for one season at Woodburn (2009) and I enjoyed the experience. But the greatest of them all might have been a guy who played in the 1950s, when he had to play both ways, at a time before the Trojans adopted the I-formation, which featured one star back.
I especially admired the kids because although they were overmatched, week in and week out, they worked hard and never gave in, and we threw some scares into some of the big-time programs like the Albany schools and the Corvallis schools. Jon Arnett came out of Manual Arts High in Los Angeles, and from his very first game as a sophomore (freshmen weren’t eligible) it was obvious he was a great one.
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Greg did find some good players at his new school, including his B-Back, Jaylen Pickle, who has signed with Kansas State.
(An FBS prospect really stands out at a small high school.) But every bit as good, in my mind, was Cimarron's A-Back and middle linebacker, Josh Seabolt. Somewhere in NFL Coaching 101 they must spend a week teaching aspiring coaches that short yardage situations call for a pass, so on first down and one, the Bills passed.
*********** Remember the way we used to howl about the officials’ refusing to call “assisting the runner? When you can’t/won’t enforce a rule, you might as well remove it from the book, which is what they finally did. I liked the way he played on and made something happen. Most kids have played basketball, and they all know that after the coach has just spent an entire timeout diagramming a play, they'll go back out on the floor - and 90 per cent of the time, the play the coach diagrammed doesn’t work. *********** Incomplete passes, out-of-bounds plays, timeouts (up to three per team, since they like to save them) and review after review - the never-ending last minute or so of basketball games has made its way to football.
” It got to be a joke, watching teammates get behind a runner and push him the last couple of yards across the goal line for the winning touchdown. Too many young QB’s can go all to pieces when the play breaks down. *********** Longtime friend and Double Wing coach Greg Koenig finished his first season at Cimarron, Kansas with a trip to the playoffs.
On both sides of the ball, he was something to see. A back-shoulder fade to the left to Kelvin Benjamin. I refer you to Murphy’s Law - “if anything can possibly go wrong, it will.” I’ll be damned if Benjamin didn’t get caught pushing off. And things just don’t look quite so promising from the 11 as they do from the one. * Opposing players helped each other up after plays. I grew up in Woodburn Oregon and played under coach Tracy Jackson.