AMERICAN FOOTBALL

Chandler's 'Super I' trick play touchdown

Chandler Wolves broke its offensive huddle with all 11 players filed in a straight line, then the team split into a five-wide receiver set, quickly snapped the ball, and...

'After regaining momentum, the Wolves faced a third-and-14 deep in Valdosta territory. Chandler broke its offensive huddle with all 11 players filed in a straight line. (Shades of Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan offense that same year.)

The team broke into a five-wide receiver set, quickly snapped the ball, and Conover found tight end Aaron Howard wide open for a 32-yard touchdown before Valdosta knew what hit them.'

Check out the full report from John Duffley.