its a very successful play that helps alot
As far as I can tell, NO college football team currently uses the wishbone offensive scheme. Oklahoma, under Barry Switzer, made the wishbone a legitimate, winning offensive formation in the 70's. Navy runs the triple-option veer formation....though it is still a far cry from the wishbone, it does have its similarities.
Wishbone, waivers, wildcat formation, west coast offense and walk-on are football terms.
Walk is a baseball term. West coast offense, wildcat formation and wishbone are football terms. Wedge, whiff and woods are golf terms. Wrist shot and wrap around are hockey terms.
it depends on how you want to play the game. The i-formation or the wishbone is good for younger kids though.i recommend playing smash-mouth football..where you run up th gut all the time..in order to do this you need a good hard hitting running back and full back
The four four defense
Not standard formation
Its the formation used in a first and goal situation when your team does a running play
Yes he can.
it depends on the formation