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University of Houston Coaching Staff. University of Houston Football Veer-T Offense - Page 6. 1969. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 27, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/728/show/642.

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University of Houston Coaching Staff. (1969). University of Houston Football Veer-T Offense - Page 6. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/728/show/642

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Title University of Houston Football Veer-T Offense
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Publisher University of Houston
Date 1969
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Transcript This book is a good deal more clinical than it is philosophical. It represents our offense as we know it today. Much the same as in all football, I'm sure our thinking has been greatly influenced by our exposure to other coaches. My mentioning anything about football would be presumptuous without acknowledging those who taught me what football was all about. Colonel Earl H. "Red" Blaik was and probably still is one of the great minds of the game. He probably had and discarded more ideas in a month than most coaches will have in a lifetime. I can still remember listening to Blaik, Lombardi, and Warmath discuss the fine points of football. As if that wasn't enough, I was privileged to serve on Duffy Daugherty's staff at Michigan State. Not only is Duffy one of the great minds in football, but as one who understands the "Human Equation" in football he has no peers. As you can probably understand much of what appears on the following pages were heavily influenced by the above mentioned men. Further when I say I believe this or that, what I am saying is, this is what I have been taught and have found to be valid. In formulating an offense it is necessary to have a focal point from which everything else must come. If this is the case, things become more logical and more easily understood by the players. If the players truly understand the big picture, 1