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Defending Georgia Tech's Diamond Formation


North Carolina's defensive staff completed the majority of its game plan for Georgia Tech over the summer, only to watch Paul Johnson roll out a new diamond formation against Duke last Saturday. West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen developed the diamond set – an inverted wishbone with three running backs surrounding a quarterback in the pistol – in 2009 while he was the offensive coordinator at Houston. (Inside Carolina)


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