The WING-T


The Wing-T has been made famous by University of Delaware Coach Harold "Tubby" Raymond, and is a popular misdirection offense that can be hard to stop. Characterized by a wingback in the slot just behind the tight end, and a split end on the weak side, the offense places all three running backs in prime locations for counters, fakes, and other misdirection plays. The system also features the Quarterback Waggle, which gives the quarterback the chance to run or throw. The Wing-T also features one of the most effective plays in football: the bucksweep.

The Wing-T is also a great passing formation. With the tight end and flanker located where they are, there is vast potential for quick crossing patterns and out passes, and the strong side can be easily overloaded against zone defenses by sending the fullback into the flat underneath the flanker's route.

Coach McNew learned and adopted the Wing-T in '1993' and the rest is history.

The offense was adopted because the players at MHS were not as big but were extrememly fast. These type players made it difficult to line up in the "I" formation and play "smash mouth" football.
Coach McNew since 1998 has had 1 state runner up and 2 undefeated state championship teams.