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University of Houston Coaching Staff. University of Houston Football Veer-T Offense - Page 9. 1969. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 15, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/728/show/645.

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University of Houston Coaching Staff. (1969). University of Houston Football Veer-T Offense - Page 9. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/728/show/645

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Title University of Houston Football Veer-T Offense
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Date 1969
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Transcript HUDDLE THE PLACE WHERE THE QUARTERBACK RULES SUPREME 0 T © ©©©©© @© ©© CENTER Responsible for location of the huddle. We must get players into the huddle and ready for a play to be called. CALLING PLAYS Quarterback will call a formation (unless he wants our base formation) ; meaning we will always line up in our "base formation" unless the QB calls one; he will then call a two digit number (series & hole), the play and count. ILLUSTRATION: Formation: Base (unless a call given) Play Count : 13 Veer : Two STARTING COUNT; Down—36—GO--GO--GO HUDDLE BREIAK- We use a non-rhymic count. You will "fire out" on sound. This type of count is a definite advantage to the offense. 1. We can jet and fly backs easily. The QB starts the back in motion by moving his heel. He can hold the count until the motion man gets in a suitable offensive position to carry out his assignment; or obtain the defensive movement that you want or anticipate. It keeps the defense off balance. The center has no way of anticipating the count and snapping the ball early. We move better as a team. Through constant variation of the starting count, we can force our team to concentrate on the count; therefore, better execution. "Ready"All wide deployed people will leave the huddle. "Break"The entire team will go to the LOS QUICKLY. 2, 3, 4, 5,