We didn't run it this year, but will probably be installing it this spring. Been at this school for two seasons, went 4-6 and 5-5 running no huddle spread shotgun. Feel like we can help our defense(two platoon?) with the double wing and we were/will be a little lacking in O-line athleticism. Ran DW at my previous school for four seasons, going 2-8, 6-4, 6-4 and 7-3. Are you a double wing guy?
Let's just say I've been intrigued by the thought of running it, I can't seem to shake the option philosophy. Teams don't run it around here, so I was just trying to find out if it really is as dominant as all the gurus make it out to be. I know it isn't a cure all but I like the simplicity behind it. If you perfect the toss do you really get 5 yds a whack, Because I know the inside veer if perfected should get about 5 too. I am just real curious about this offense. and it seems that most people who run it ( on the net) anyway are all jr high coaches or down, no disrespect,
I'm not involved with the double wing, but there is a team here in MS that used it to get to the state 5A title game. The team is Ocean Springs High, and they are coached by Steve Jones. Ocean Springs traditionally hasn't been much in the way of football. In Coach Jones's two years, the program recorded 7 and 12 win seasons, including a trip to the title game. I watched the title game, and it was a beautiful thing to see. Ocean Springs lost to South Panola (a USA Today top 10 team), 21-39. That offense allowed them to do a lot better than most people thought they would do.