To an average fan, it seems easy enough. Hand the football off. Pass it to an open receiver. Let the quarterback run with it.
Being an offensive coordinator for a high school football program is far from easy, however. When things are clicking and the team is enjoying success, it’s somewhat easy to call plays. When it comes time for adjustments and formulating a game plan for Friday night, the task is not always so easy.
So just what goes into deciding what plays are called and at what time during a game?
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