One thing that I\’ve never understood when transitioning from high school to college football is how few teams have quick snap clock plays. At Roswell High School where I used to play Center and Defensive end, our offense had a very purposesful set of no huddle 2 minute plays where everybody on the offense would know the play without being told. Auburn is ccurrently ranked #2, I believe party because they have this quick snap power. I\’m not really sure why more teams don\’t run a no huddle offense. It gives you a
I\’m not really sure why more teams don\’t run a no huddle offense. It gives you a few key advantages. These can help in your company, life, or on the field.
- Surprise the other team (extends to competition and customers)
- Give yourself more time.
- Saves you timeouts / spiking the ball
- Planned strategy