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The Delaware Wing-T

After he got his first head coaching job in high school, Gus turned to a book by "Tubby" Raymond, The Delaware Wing-T: An Order of Football. With Gus turning away from being a CEO and turning back toward being a football coach, let's take a look at the book that influenced his style so much.

The Delaware Wing-T: Considerations When Calling Plays

Gus is going back to being a football coach instead of a CEO, so we’re going back to the book he turned to when he first became a head coach in high school.

The Delaware Wing-T: Elements of the Offense

Gus is going back to being a football coach instead of a CEO, so we’re going back to the book he turned to when he first became a head coach in high school.

The Delaware Wing-T: How to Attack Defenses

Tubby Raymond gives suggestions and examples on how to use the Wing-T to put defenses in conflict.

The Delaware Wing-T: Defining the Defenses

Before you learn how to attack defenses, you need to know their strengths and weaknesses.

The Delaware Wing-T: What Separates It From The Rest

Tubby Raymond finally gets into what makes the Wing-T tick in chapter 3. Hint: It’s not the formation.

The Delaware Wing-T: Molding Players and Plays

After the prefaces, chapter 1 explains how the Wing-T evolved over decades of use. Chapter 2 helps a coach reach his players for maximum effect.

The Delaware Wing-T: More than Just a Playbook

When first getting into coaching, Malzahn turned to a Wing-T playbook. But it was more than just a playbook. It was an "order of football."