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Full House Formation

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My highschool and other highschools used it alot so no they did not invent it

It usually happens when your very dependant on your running game when you start to see so many big guys in the backfield

My HS would rack up about 500 yards a game and only throw around 5 attempts a game

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You know that old saying, "No such thing as a dumb question.".

Yeah, well, you just proved that one wrong buddy. Way to go.

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No, we didn't invent the fullhouse formation. We did, however, completely invent the wildcat formation in 2006. Sole credit goes to us there. Our coaching staff = complete genius

They probably didn't like Weinke throwing 60 passes so what better way to come back next week with a different game plan?

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Of course they didnt invent it, but they were the ones who brought it back to the mainstream just like Miami and the wildcat formation of this year.

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Yes. We invented the wishbone and the single wing.

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after much trail and error... testing and redesigning

John Fox invented the "female jock strap"

patent pending

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Didn't Fox invent "It is what it is"?

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Where does Danny Tanner lineup?

LOL

Rep if it was possible

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All I know is it BLOWS on Madden. f*ckers can't block.

That's because the game inserts TE1 as the 3rd back (along with RB1 and FB1). If you switch the package out to the 3 back set, it works much better - I've had success running counters out of it, it's not so hot for between the tackle runs. What it's best for imo is HB passes, getting Williams, Stewart and Hoover out there at the same time running flat routes and delays.

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