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> Good no huddle coaches make good no huddle teams.
Yep. That's why I'm glad we got the guy who literally wrote the book.
Good meme friend
Gus Malzahn wrote a book about his offensive philosophy when he was still coaching high school.
Along similar lines, Gus Malzahn wrote a book about his offense. It's similar to what you describe but a slight variant of that.
Also, While not a new trend, or even as popular as the ones you described, the air raid offense is one of my favorite trends. It flourished mostly in the 80s under Lavell Edwards at BYU but itis still used today, notably by Mike Leach at Washington State.
Can't adapt his offense to fit his personnel? I suppose that's how he managed to make fucking Chris Todd look half decent, by running his offense the exact same way he would with Cam Newton? His offenses have finished in the top 30 nearly every year he's been a head coach or OC at the FBS level... But he misses on one QB recruit in JJ and has to force guys who aren't ready into action as a result and suddenly he's a bum who can't coach. Gotta love how short people's memories can be.
Also he literally wrote the book on one of the biggest football innovations of the last 30 years, so yeah, he is innovative.
The absolute best resource for getting started with a no huddle offense is Gus Malzahn’s book Hurry Up, No Huddle Offense. here’s the book
As far as practice plans and drills to get your kids able to execute that type of offense you can’t beat the Tony Franklin System. This is great stuff here