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Inside the science of calling and communicating plays in a no-huddle offense

The one-man dance party begins at the whistle, at the end of each North Carolina play. A running back is tackled, a receiver steps out of bounds, a quarterback throws an incomplete pass, and Walt Bell, the Tar Heels’ tight ends coach, begins to move. The movements mean different things and convey unique pieces of information. “We call it football aerobics.” (Charlotte Observer)

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