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Ahead of the game

I’m not convinced that anyone actually understands American football. The bit I do get is that the quarter back is a key player, as are the wide receivers. The quarter back’s job is not to throw the ball directly to the wide receiver, but to throw the ball to where the wide receiver is going to be.

And that’s kind of what we do. Our material doesn’t appear on an academic syllabus, at least not yet. And when it does, we’ll have moved on. If you want to get ahead of the game, helmet and shoulder pads on. You need to be fleet of foot. What worked 10 years ago doesn’t work anymore. We want to position you for where the ball’s going to be.

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