Is Tony Lewis out at Henderson County?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iam4thecats View Post
    Spread is a formation not an offense.
    The spread offense is an offensive scheme in American and Canadian football that is used at every level of the game including professional (NFL, CFL), college (NCAA, NAIA, CIS), and high school programs across the US and Canada. Spread offenses typically place the quarterback in the shotgun formation, and "spread" the defense horizontally using three-, four-, and even five-receiver sets. Many spread offenses also employ a no-huddle approach. Some implementations of the spread also feature wide splits between the offensive linemen. Many spread offenses use the read option running play to put pressure on both sides of the defense. Spread offenses also leverage vertical (down field) passing routes to spread the defense vertically, to open up multiple vertical seams for both the running and passing game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iam4thecats View Post
    I am partial to Paula Deans Pimiento cheese spread.
    Throw in some good old fashion chili..................and im all in......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bleedblue1032 View Post
    The spread offense is an offensive scheme in American and Canadian football that is used at every level of the game including professional (NFL, CFL), college (NCAA, NAIA, CIS), and high school programs across the US and Canada. Spread offenses typically place the quarterback in the shotgun formation, and "spread" the defense horizontally using three-, four-, and even five-receiver sets. Many spread offenses also employ a no-huddle approach. Some implementations of the spread also feature wide splits between the offensive linemen. Many spread offenses use the read option running play to put pressure on both sides of the defense. Spread offenses also leverage vertical (down field) passing routes to spread the defense vertically, to open up multiple vertical seams for both the running and passing game.
    Can I run over and edit wikipedia and quote it right back to you? A crowd sourced dictionary, really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iam4thecats View Post
    Can I run over and edit wikipedia and quote it right back to you? A crowd sourced dictionary, really?
    I've never heard a coach refer to it as a formation only an offense so I guess they know what they are talking about

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    College football spread offenses: Who spread defenses out the most in 2014? - Football Study Hall
    The word "spread" has come to describe about 38 different styles of offense in college football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iam4thecats View Post
    College football spread offenses: Who spread defenses out the most in 2014? - Football Study Hall
    The word "spread" has come to describe about 38 different styles of offense in college football.
    That's a good read! I think we are getting away from the reason this post was started was about the coaching situation at Henderson. I watched them a few times last year and one thing I noticed was they played with absolutely no passion for the game. Once they got behind by a touchdown you could pretty much call the game because they did not have a fire to compete. Only when they played mediocre competition did they show up. I was at the Memorial game and the Memorial QB was lighting them up early with his passing, the other game I watched was on TV and the defense just laid down and let Gibson Southern run wild. Both good teams Gibson Southern had an excellent year last year but Henderson should never be beaten that bad! That is a failure on the part of the coaching staff all the way down to youth football for not preparing these kids to play at a high level when they reach high school. Soccer is killing football and basketball in Henderson and I'm not sure if youth football isn't hurting the situation also. Most kids that play contact football at an early age just get tired of it by the time they reach high school. Peyton Manning said he didn't play contact football until he was 13 just 7 on 7. Whoever they bring in they must be able to get a feeder system together that works and get athletes on the football field and off the couch, plus the athletic department at Henderson has to be willing to allow kids to play more than one sport without it hurting their playing time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bleedblue1032 View Post
    That's a good read! I think we are getting away from the reason this post was started was about the coaching situation at Henderson. I watched them a few times last year and one thing I noticed was they played with absolutely no passion for the game. Once they got behind by a touchdown you could pretty much call the game because they did not have a fire to compete. Only when they played mediocre competition did they show up. I was at the Memorial game and the Memorial QB was lighting them up early with his passing, the other game I watched was on TV and the defense just laid down and let Gibson Southern run wild. Both good teams Gibson Southern had an excellent year last year but Henderson should never be beaten that bad! That is a failure on the part of the coaching staff all the way down to youth football for not preparing these kids to play at a high level when they reach high school. Soccer is killing football and basketball in Henderson and I'm not sure if youth football isn't hurting the situation also. Most kids that play contact football at an early age just get tired of it by the time they reach high school. Peyton Manning said he didn't play contact football until he was 13 just 7 on 7. Whoever they bring in they must be able to get a feeder system together that works and get athletes on the football field and off the couch, plus the athletic department at Henderson has to be willing to allow kids to play more than one sport without it hurting their playing time!
    Smart man.

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    I honestly don't care what offense HC runs as long as they win games. Clevenger ran the veer and was successful, Duffer ran the Franklin system and spread the field. You do have to be mindful and cater your offense to your players. No way Clevenger would have been successful running the Franklin system, passing 30 times a game because he didn't have Will Fidler at QB or a Chris Lamar at WR. Henderson flip flopped offenses last year switching from the spread to the power I and truth be told neither one was very successful. It was a coaching (Morris included)'and player problem not a offensive scheme problem.
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    Iam4thecats I sincerely apologize if somewhere in my post I didn't use the word "spread" in a fashion to your liking. Please do not rant for 2 pages about what it means and does not mean. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cols View Post
    So if we score 7 pick 6's and beat trinity 49-42, man our defense is bad but that offense sure is good.
    Trust me. You can shut out teams offense and your O scores 28, but the other team TD's scored off 3 Pick 6's and a fumble Recovery for a TD and win by a 2pt conversion and people on here will look a the score and say well they lost because of their D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iam4thecats View Post
    Smart man.
    Remains to be seen. he said soccer is killing football and basketball in Henderson. Sorry but soccer has zero to do with either sport in Henderson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cols 51 View Post
    I honestly don't care what offense HC runs as long as they win games. Clevenger ran the veer and was successful, Duffer ran the Franklin system and spread the field. You do have to be mindful and cater your offense to your players. No way Clevenger would have been successful running the Franklin system, passing 30 times a game because he didn't have Will Fidler at QB or a Chris Lamar at WR. Henderson flip flopped offenses last year switching from the spread to the power I and truth be told neither one was very successful. It was a coaching (Morris included)'and player problem not a offensive scheme problem.
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    Iam4thecats I sincerely apologize if somewhere in my post I didn't use the word "spread" in a fashion to your liking. Please do not rant for 2 pages about what it means and does not mean. Thanks.
    To be fair Duffer was successful before and after Will. Clay could have been successful running other offenses because he's a good coach. The scheme isn't what makes good coaches successful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    To be fair Duffer was successful before and after Will. Clay could have been successful running other offenses because he's a good coach. The scheme isn't what makes good coaches successful.
    Also Clay is now running Duffers offense at Danville.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    To be fair Duffer was successful before and after Will. Clay could have been successful running other offenses because he's a good coach. The scheme isn't what makes good coaches successful.
    Il agree to that. I just believe certain schemes are more easy for teams with certain talent. Will was pretty much your ideal Franklin system QB, great height, cannon arm, good accuracy. I just don't think he would of be AS successful in the veer, he wasn't a run the ball 15 times a game QB. Only point I was trying to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    Remains to be seen. he said soccer is killing football and basketball in Henderson. Sorry but soccer has zero to do with either sport in Henderson.
    Then obviously you pay no attention to youth sports.

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