Reality, playbook collide
If Villanova coach Andy Talley had his way, plays like the 57-yard touchdown off a flea-flicker to open the game would become more of a staple of the Wildcats' playbook. But he doesn't appear to have the final say. "You scheme up three or four or five different special plays, and you practice them every week, and never get to call them," Talley said.
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