Football 101: Mountaineers spread the wealth
Updated: November 28, 2006, 12:01 PM ETBy Bob Davie | Special to ESPN.com
Rich Rodriguez was the first coach in the country to run the spread no-huddle offense successfully at the major college level. He was also the first coach to adapt the scheme, staying ahead of defensive adjustments made to try to defend against it. No wonder offensive staffs from schools such as Florida, Texas A&M, California, Ohio State, Alabama and many others visited West Virginia last spring.
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