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Great Teams and the people who love them » “Of course, you know that the play is usually to charge your opponent

Great Teams and the people who love them

July 31st, 2006

“Of course, you know that the play is usually to charge your opponent

Posted by mike in unknown teams

toward the centre
“Of course, you know that the play is usually to charge your opponent
toward the centre. Play to get around the opposing end on the outside
and block the runner. If he finds you’ve got past and are waiting for
him he will likely turn in and try to get through nearer the centre of
the line, and the centre of the line is the hardest to gain through. So
‘turn ‘em in’ is the regular rule, Thayer. On attack keep close to your
guard and help him on plays inside your position. Learn to work smoothly
with him. Usually you’ll be able to settle between you whether you’re to
help him or go out and help the end. It depends on the play and on how
strong the guard is. When you make a hole, make it clean; and don’t stop
when it’s made. Keep on playing until the ball is down. And don’t trust
the horn for it, either. See it down yourself.

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