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Great read. It is cool to see how some concepts simply just evolve from many years ago. I remember years ago, reading a biography about Vince Lombardi "When Pride Still Mattered" (a great read for any fan of the game). When he was one of the 7 blocks of granite on the Fordham offensive line, they ran an option offense using zone blocking schemes, and that was in the mid to late 1930's.

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Haven't read that one. I'll try and check it out. Also read one on the "dollar" package the Rams used vs the Cowboys to combat their shotgun spread stuff. 7 DBS, 4 DL. Very interesting...

6 hours ago, Irishman said:

Great read. It is cool to see how some concepts simply just evolve from many years ago. I remember years ago, reading a biography about Vince Lombardi "When Pride Still Mattered" (a great read for any fan of the game). When he was one of the 7 blocks of granite on the Fordham offensive line, they ran an option offense using zone blocking schemes, and that was in the mid to late 1930's.

 

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