IF YOU'RE A DOUBLE-WINGER, YOU OUGHT TO TAKE A LOOK.

(4) BRAND-NEW IN 2015: A BASIC "OPEN WING" PACKAGE WITH THE QB UNDER CENTER.

He told me, “Hughie (that’s my Philly name, pronounced “You-ie”) don’t let them fool you. Please, God, give us a Super Bowl parade like this in every American city. *********** The most popular class at Yale is a Psychology (“Psych”) Class called “Psychology and the Good Life” - How to be Happy. (The “Export” business was a laugh - I doubt that it was sold west of Bridgeport.) Years later, I can afford good scotch now, but I’d give anything for a cold glass of Hull’s. I followed his career because he was a Philly guy, and I hope that he’s Up There celebrating the Eagles’ win.

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(5) THE RAM AND LION FORMATIONS - COMBINED WITH AN UNBALANCED LINE, THEY PRODUCE A REALLY NASTY WEDGE THAT'S BEEN A MAINSTAY OF MY OFFENSE SINCE THE MID-90'S. FOR THE FOOTBALL HISTORY BUFF, THERE ARE SOME CLIPS OF 1950'S PRINCETON TEAMS RUNNING THE WEDGE, AND OF WYOMING'S "SIDE SADDLE T", FROM 1954 EVERY PURCHASOR OF THE SET WILL BE ADDED TO THE OPEN WINGERS' MAILING LIST - AT INTERVALS, I WILL MAIL OUT SUGGESTIONS, IDEAS, COACHING TIPS AND IN-DEPTH EXPLANATIONS I’ve been selling my “EVOLUTION OF AN OFFENSE” DVD for $49.95 and it’s been a good enough seller - but not nearly enough Double Wing coaches have seen it, nor have they been to any of my clinics or camps - which means that in many cases they’re running a 20-year-old Double Wing.

Still plenty good, you understand - but not as good as it could be.

"He couldn't let his guard down with the defensive guys," Jarvis says, smiling. But with guys like me, on the offensive side of the ball, he joked around and told stories all the time."(In his senior year) Army rolled through every other opponent, including a 10-7 win at Air Force in the first game Army ever played in Colorado Springs. The doctor was in front of me, looking down at his checklist.

It was a memorable victory for everyone but Jarvis – who, to this day, has no memory of the last three quarters."I got kicked in the head in the first quarter," he says. Early in the third quarter our team doctor came down the sideline to check me out. Steve Lindell was standing behind me and he whispered the answers in my ear.

I wouldn't take anything for the years I spent in the Corps." Hayden Fry LIKE #4, DVD #5 IS LONG: 1 HOUR AND 23 MINUTES.

LIKE #4, IT INCLUDES A LOT OF MATERIAL THAT WASN'T COVERED AT THE KANSAS CITY CLINIC. (1) MY SLIMMED-DOWN DOUBLE WING PACKAGE - A MUST FOR ANY DIRECT-SNAP COACH WHO'S EVER THOUGHT ABOUT A LIMITED BUT EFFECTIVE "SURPRISE" OR GOAL-LINE PACKAGE.In those days the concussion protocol was pretty simple: 'What's your name? I had no clue what was going on."The team doctor told Cahill that Jarvis was fine to return and he did – scoring Army's only touchdown a few minutes later on an eight-yard-run during which he carried several Air Force tacklers into the end zone."I guess you have muscle memory in a situation like that," Jarvis says."I don't remember even being in Colorado and I certainly don't remember the touchdown, but I guess I played okay. I took their word for it." Mike Florio in NBCSN’s post-game show, said, “If the NFL would have more games like this in the regular season, they wouldn’t have a ratings problem.” If only.Chiefs Eagles Falcons Jaguars Packers Patriots Rams Saints Steelers Vikings (2) The Pete Rozelle Division. “On any given Sunday,” these teams can beat any other team in their own division, and usually any team in the lower division.On rare occasions they may even upset a team in the Bert Bell Division.By far the star of the show was center Jason Kelce, dressed as a New Year’s Mummer (it's an only-in-Philly thing, sometihg like Mardi Gras) who gave one of the greatest sports speeches of all time (trigger warning: might contain an F-bomb or two). Things sure were a lot simpler in “my day.” We didn’t need no stinkin’ class. Start with the 2,334 career rushing yards, that still rank him eighth on Army's all-time rushing list, even though freshmen didn't play varsity ball in the 1960s, not to mention the fact that his alma mater has played run-oriented, option football for most of the last 35 years.