Even in the SEC, where change comes grudgingly if at all, the huddle is going the way of the drop-kick.
The arrival of four new football coaches has promoted further change in the way the SEC conducts its business. This season, half the offenses in the SEC will run variations of the no-huddle, spread offense.
What was once viewed as a gimmick better suited to high school football now has gone mainstream. When the SEC takes the plunge, it tells you how prevalent this offensive approach has become.
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