Most teams have that one play that they can turn to to bail them out of any situation. Everybody in the stadium knows it is coming, but the defense can't figure out a way to stop it. The opposing head coach throws his headset on the ground and wants to wring somebody's neck for not being in the correct position.
Oh, these bread-and-butter plays can be frustrating.
Like how basketball teams know who is going to take the last shot and baseball teams know who is going to pitch in Game 7, football offenses have that one play they can count on in times of need. Whether it's the Oregon running game or the Oklahoma State passing attack, these plays not only save games but help to form their teams' identities.
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