Number of no-huddle offenses on rise

By JOHN MARSHALL, AP College Football Writer Published: September 14, 2012
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— Rich Rodriguez worked on the defensive side of the ball as a player and assistant, so when he became the head coach at Glenville State, his offensive goal was simple: Make it as difficult to defend as possible.

Rodriguez knew he...

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