October 2, 2008
Two-QB system offers unique threats
It was Joe Tiller who once said that when you use two quarterbacks, you really have no quarterback. Generally, that sentiment is accepted among college football coaches, but the Indiana staff has reason to believe there's an exception to the rule.
Against Michigan State, the Hoosiers unveiled a new offensive game plan that used two quarterbacks - Kellen Lewis and Ben Chappell. But the system isn't a traditional two-QB scheme.
The wrinkle? That the athletic Lewis is often on the field at the same time as Chappell, who lines up under center while Lewis floats around the line of scrimmage as a receiver and sometimes even a running back.
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