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John Shoop, Part III: Play Calling


With an understanding of the overall philosophy of the UNC offense as explained by Coach Shoop, and his interaction with head coach Butch Davis during game week and on game days, what about the possibility for creativity within the pro-style model? As it turns out, contrary perhaps to popular belief, there is some. Shoop confirmed that during 2008 season North Carolina experimented with a read-option package involving Anthony Parker-Boyd as the quarterback. (Inside Carolina)


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