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Fedora's Tempo Rooted At MTSU


When Larry Fedora got his first offensive coordinator job, under Andy McCollum at MTSU in 1999, he had two choices. He could run the option, similar to his previous job at Air Force, or install something he had always dreamed about: a multi-tempo, no-huddle spread. The decision was made, Fedora said, when he got a look at the 6-feet-1 Wes Counts. (GoHeels.com)


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