Two Quarterback Offenses

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  1. Spayer419

    Spayer419 Walk On

    Jun 23, 2012
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    I've noticed that some schools are using two QB offenses. I just want to reiterate what the TSO rule is for such as system.

    O.12.0 - Two QB Offenses: If you have one passing QB and one running QB, you should limit the rotation of them. Yes, it has happens "some" in real life, but that doesn't mean you can switch back and forth every play. Using two QBs in an offense should be done responsibly. Oklahoma's Bell-dozer package (Landry Jones, Blake Bell) and Texas' offense transition (Case McCoy, David Ash) are good examples.
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