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Primal howls. Perfect book for the long plane ride to Alaska.
good story telling
An interesting look at the development of the modern football formation, from the Wing-T of the past to the current spread. It's heavier on the offense than on the defense, and the chronology is a bit dubious, but overall it provides an interesting primer on why teams line up the way they do. Coaches steal from one another all the time, as the book points out, and I thought it was fascinating the way one tweak here or there turned a "3-years-and..." offense into the run-and-shoot. Not a book of plays so much as formations, and not all-encompassing, but certainly a worthy addition to any football fan's library. Those who are more than casual fans but not coaching-level experts should eat this up.