From old school to ultramodern
When he strolled into the seminar at the age of 23, Camron Wyatt couldn't help but notice: "Everyone was so old."
The greenhorn football coach joined a group of graying men that day to learn the Single Wing offense, a system predicated on running and blocking and the brainchild of Glenn "Pop" Warner.
But this was about 30 years ago, when smash-mouth football was king - before wide receivers doubled as sprinters, before the prototypical quarterback was 6-foot-5.
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