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Finding a QB isn't as tough these days

With more and more high schools running spread offense, colleges have options

Originally Published: July 22, 2009
By Tom Luginbill | Scouts Inc.

In any offensive system, the level of success achieved often will be a direct reflection of the ability and production of the quarterback. Now, in the age of the spread offense, a team had better have a QB who provides versatility and more than just an arm.

Decades ago, the triple-option wishbone attack dominated the college football landscape, much like the spread offense dominates these days, but the reality is that the quarterbacks have somewhat come full circle. Many of the characteristics ...

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