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A Journey indeed. Urban Meyer made a big splash on the football scene at the turn of the millenium as Bowling Green’s Head Coach by using an evolved ideology both on and off the field. Power Spread. Scott Frost makes up part of that new breed of Coaches as he’s taking PS to a new level in exploration and execution. PS2020. These coaches met on the field for the first time last Saturday which took me on my own little journey. PS to PS2020.

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     What in the world happened to Pro-Style Football??

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“The NFL doesn’t have the advanced PS Schemes of College but it’s starting to change. Even in this fractured, watered down version changes are a happenin’. Bill Belichick is the best of a conservative lot.” This was what I wrote in my last Super Bowl Commentary 3 years ago. This is no longer the case as Power Spread is used all across the NFL now. There’s going to be even more next year!

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The Final Frontier is at hand. No matter what happens in this game, the course of NFL football, and for that matter, all of Football, is about to change forever. Power Spread is here to stay and growing fast. The NFL was the last bastion, but they are finally adopting it as well. “Times they are a Changin.”

Get ready for the rest of Football History!

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One play in the 3rd Quarter of the Vikings Playoff Game epitomized the essence of Power Spread Football on the field in terms of Offensive Scheme. This kind of schematic idea or concept is where Kurt and I first started getting our “big” ideas about the new College Offenses sprouting up in the new millennium. We never liked the term “Spread” as it really didn’t describe the full effect of what was happening. Thus the term “Power Spread”. Read the rest of this entry »

Wentz needs to be more cautious after injuryEarly November:  I proposed that the Eagles could get to the Super Bowl without Carson Wentz. I wasn’t a big fan of Nick Foles, but it mattered not. Doug Pederson was the main reason for the Eagles resurgence, not Wentzylvania. As long as the Eagles had Pederson, they had a shot. Not only to get to SB 52…but to win it!(Photo: MARK J. TERRILL/AP)          Somehow I made it out of Philly alive!

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Andy Reid is the resident “genius” in the NFL. No disrespect to Bill Belichick who’s widely recognized as the best coach in the NFL and one of the best of all time, but when the talk shifts to Scheme, there’s no one more highly regarded than Reid.

His longtime student is Doug Pederson. Pederson’s  ability to scheme on offense rivals that of his mentor. His ability as a Head Coach surprisingly may surpass that of Andy Reid or anyone in the NFL at the present moment. Read the rest of this entry »