DOLPHINS: SI links
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Thu Oct 22 20:39:34 GMT 2009
I think David Lee called it the Wildcat at his high school job. In
Arkansas they called it the WildHog IIRC. I also wish they called it
the WildPhin here but they probably didn't expect that it would come
to define the offense and the team and didn't think about marketing
On 10/22/09, Salas, Randy <Randy.Salas at startribune.com> wrote:
> That is a great write-up by Hyde on the Wildcat. Who knew that the "wildcat"
> is the player in motion, usually Ricky Williams? With all of the publicity
> that formation is getting, I kinda wish the Dolphins had renamed it rather
> than use Arkansas' name for it, especially since they just renamed it from
> the old single-wing. WildFin? Shark? Flipper?
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> Don Banks discusses Henne after his MNF breakout game.
> And Dave Hyde dispells Wildcat myths.
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