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Snap judgment for UNC defense


Opposing offenses are allowed to have only 11 players in the huddle, but many teams have second huddles with extra players near the sideline to disguise what personnel group they're sending on the field. Once those players run onto the field already knowing the play, the offense sometimes can snap the ball before defensive coaches make their adjustments and alert their players of the call. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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