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WHAT OTHER COACHES ARE SAYING
Coach D. Jones | Michigan
“I just wanted to update you on how are season went. We did in fact win our City Championship and made it to the State Title Game running the offense. It was awesome to see the kids adjust, and we also had many individuals and teams compliment us on how effective our offense was. The loved how the RPO looked and how we executed.”
Coach Turso | Washington
"We went from running about 45 plays a game to about 60 to 70 plays. Averaged about 35 points a game, got our 1st league title in 19 years. Spread them out, make the defense cover the whole field."
Coach Miller | Germany
"Ok coaches, we had our first outdoor, full pad training last Friday. During the scrimmage portion of our practice (30 minutes), we ran the no huddle for the very first time. We ran 43 plays in the 30 minute session. Guys are buying into the program 100%! O-liners at first were concerned about their stamina, but after last practice they are excited! They saw and sensed the uncertainty in the defense and it just got them hungrier!"
Coach Guidone | Ohio
“Coach Twiddy's system made it simple to teach the spread offense to my youth team. We were able to win our league the first 3 years we used the offense and were able to put up big numbers both on the scoreboard and the stat sheet. Any coach looking to play faster and run a spread style offense would benefit greatly from this system.”
Coach Allen | Texas
"When I say this program gave me everything I needed, it has EVERYTHING from install videos to handouts for o-lineman, recruiting information, and I also bought the weight training program. I would recommend this to any new coaches or coaches looking to become an offensive coordinator."