Recruiting dual-threat quarterbacks key to spread
Originally Published: December 11, 2006By Tom Luginbill | Scouts Inc.
Remember the days when option football dominated the college football landscape? In the 1970s and '80s, the likes of Oklahoma, Nebraska, Texas and SMU were among the many teams that utilized an athletic quarterback, undersized lineman and the triple-option to run roughshod over opponents. Even teams that weren't traditionally option-oriented had some element of misdirection in their schemes.
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