Texas school uses unusual 'Centipede' formation for touchdown

Texas school uses unusual 'Centipede' formation for touchdown

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Texas school uses unusual 'Centipede' formation for touchdown

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Jim Harbaugh admits that he initially found Michigan’s “Train” formation when one of his assistants was looking at video from a Colorado high school. That school is Chatfield High School in Littleton.

The “train” has headed south, although the coaches at Irvin in El Paso call their version the “Centipede.”

And whatever you call it, as noted by MaxPreps, the unique look went for a touchdown in a 42-27 loss at Bowie as Adam Knutson connected with Devon Driscoll for a 60-yard touchdown.

 

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