Written by Andrew Parsons on September 12, 2012

On this play, Poe isn't in a "heads up" alignment. As opposed to earlier, when he feels the pressure from the LT coming down for the double, he throws his hips/backside into the assisting blocker. This not only prevents a successful double, but it also allows Poe to get skinny through his gap.

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