At the signal the wedge is instantly formed as shown in diagram sixty-six, and as the men reach their formation, c snaps the ball. As the ball comes back, fb dashes in behind the wedge in the same manner as shown in diagram sixty-six, when carrying the ball, and the entire formation plunges forward behind rt.


Feint wedge and tackle around the end.

Lt leaves his position in the line the instant the ball is put in play, receives the ball at x from qb as he passes, but instead of following behind fb, as in diagram sixty-six, swings slightly out around the wedge, in the line indicated, at utmost speed.

The opposing le may very likely be deceived into thinking the play shown in diagram sixty-six is being attempted, and dive into the wedge where he may be re-pinned by rh.

If the opposing le does not dive into the wedge, rh and re should dash away to the right ahead of lt the instant he reaches them, to interfere. Rh should run directly for the opposing le, while re takes the first free man outside of rt.

See Note, diagram sixty-eight.