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  1. Great State Debate: Spread quarterbacks rarely enjoy pro success

    Tom Luginbill

    Great State Debate: The spread offense is prevalent in high school and college, but pro-style passers thrive in the NFL.

    Story | Conversation | January 17, 2012
  2. Sustained excellence carries Adrian Peterson to ESPN RISE's footb...

    Doug Huff and Mark Tennis

    Sustained excellence carries Adrian Peterson to ESPN RISE's football player of the decade honor

    Story | Conversation | December 23, 2009
  3. Owls taking flight with spread offense

    Ethan B. Szatmary/Special contributor

    After switching from a power running attack to the spread offense in 2006, Garland is rewriting the school's record book in 2009. After decades of running, the Owls have discovered how to fly. The Owls (9-1) take on Tyler Lee (5-5) in a Class 5A Di...

    Blog | Conversation | November 19, 2009
  4. Little Elm clinches surprise playoff berth

    Jeff Andrews/Special contributor

    A new coach and a new offense turned Little Elm into playoff team in 2009. A year after going 1-9, Donald Stowers dumped Little Elm's spread offense in favor of a form of the triple option. After a slow start, Little Elm (4-6 overall, 4-3 in Distri...

    Blog | Conversation | November 09, 2009
  5. Tweaked offense producing for Frisco Wakeland

    Jeff Andrews / Special contributor

    A balanced offense is a more productive offense, or so Frisco Wakeland sees it. After a 5-5 season of airing it out in the spread offense, Wolverines coach Marty Secord tweaked his offense to include more two-tight end sets and less spread formatio...

    Blog | Conversation | October 15, 2009
  6. Defense leading the way for Southlake Carroll

    Jeff Andrews / Special contributor

    With all the success Southlake Carroll has had with its spread offense, stifling defense isn't the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of the Dragons. They are quickly changing that perception. Carroll (5-1 overall, 1-0 in District 6-5...

    Blog | Conversation | October 13, 2009
  7. With an innovative coach and a creative application of the rule b...

    Ryan Canner-O'Mealy

    Piedmont's A-11 offense -- unlike anything you've ever seen in football -- makes other high-octane attacks seem like child's play.

    Story | Conversation | September 30, 2009
  8. Malzahn inspires Arkansas' offensive attack

    Doug Huff

    Gus Malzahn transformed Arkansas prep football when he introduced the spread offense at Shiloh Christian High School. Three years after Malzahn left for the college ranks, the effects are still evident.

    Story | Conversation | October 29, 2008
  9. Passing records were made to be broken

    Doug Huff

    Career passing records set by quarterbacks three decades ago are being passed by today's signal-callers -- in a single season.

    Story | Conversation | October 02, 2008
  10. Ashley leads No. 2 St. Xavier to Ohio Division I state title

    Jamar Hudson

    Darius Ashley ran for a state record 271 yards as. No. 2 St. St. Xavier won their second state title in three years, writes Jamar Hudson.

    Story | Conversation | December 01, 2007
  11. For high school teams running spread offenses, 7-on-7 competition...

    Ian Rapoport

    For high school teams running spread offenses, 7-on-7 competitions have become a way to get more practice. Whether they're actually helping the teams is another story, writes Ian Rapoport.

    Story | Conversation | July 21, 2009
  12. Spread traces its roots to Depression-era prep football

    Jeff Miller

    The spread has made headlines in recent years because it aims to level the playing field while resulting in eye-popping passing stats. But the offense is no recent fad; it traces its roots to Depression-era Texas high school football, writes Jeff Miller.

    Story | Conversation | July 19, 2009
  13. Maryland's TD king embracing the spread

    Mike Loveday

    Arundel's (Gambrills, Md.) Billy Cosh become Maryland's high school single-season touchdown leader by embracing the very offense -- the spread -- that nearly kept him from attending the school.

    Story | Conversation | November 18, 2008