From the Left Hash in that situation they tended to Pass the ball (71% of the time, 5/7 times in the 4 games scouted)
But from the Right Hash in the identical situation they tended to Run the ball (80% of the time, 4/5 times in the 4 games scouted)
I’ve never seen Duke play, with the possible exception of seeing some highlights on ESPN. But our GameBreak Scan service makes it possible to instantly find these types of tendencies in a team’s film breakdown data. It allows you to find every high-probability tendency of an opponent (or of your own team) and the specific situations where they occur – and to do so in only minutes. High probability tendency information that you can count on – and information that can make a difference between winning and losing.
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In this case, Duke’s tendency to Pass from the Left Hash and Run from the Right Hash is just one example of the literally hundreds of similar tendencies that were found when we scanned their data.
So if you play Duke this year (or Florida for that matter since Duke's OC last year, Coach Kurt Roper, is now the Gator's OC) keep your eyes open for 11 Personnel and 4 yards to go - and prepare accordingly.
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