College Football Teams Making Huge Scheme Adjustments in 2013

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College Football Teams Making Huge Scheme Adjustments in 2013
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The sport of football is changing, and with that change, college coaches are left with a momentous decision: stick to what has worked in the past or adapt accordingly.

The game is getting faster, the players shrinking smaller, the defensive margin of error growing thinner each year. With so much speed on the opposite side of the field, traditional systems both offensive and defensive have begun at times to look antiquated.

Not every coach will bend with the rest of his sport. Don't expect Paul Johnson to hire a spread-offense coordinator at Georgia Tech any time soon. But every year, a few more coaches bring non-traditional schemes to traditional programs. 

And 2013 is no different.

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