No players, no problem. One Minnesota high school keeps winning football games anyway

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    Pretty good story, even for Reilly.

     
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    It was dumb for them to give up their weakness: HUNH. Now the rest of the teams they play are going to run the nu huddle offense, and these poor kids will be doomed.

    It does sound like something out of the movies. Little Giants, pretty much.
     
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    SHOCKING some adults do that! :eusa_whistle:




    That's a great story, thanks for posting. I'm a sucker for stuff like that!
     
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    Nah, high school teams can't put together the no huddle that quickly.
     
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    Some might argue that high school kids can't play an hour of football on both sides of the ball, too. But these kids are doing it.
     

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