Starting from scratch paper
Two coaches for the developing Georgia State program talk playbooks and identity.
This story originally appeared in the June 1, 2009 issue of ESPN The Magazine. It is part of an ongoing series regarding the building of Georgia State's football program, the archives of which you can access here.
John Bond really doesn't want a playbook, something that could be stolen or lost. He's more comfortable with his pile of scrap paper and napkins, his doodles and graphs. And Georgia State's 46 year-old offensive coordinator would rather not talk about his schemes at all, ...
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