Rabun faces Banks’ wing-T offense for homecoming night

Rabun County linebacker Hoff Windham (30) runs behind blockers after intercepting a Monticello pass during the first half in Monticello last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
TIGER — While the majority of high school offenses use the popular spread scheme, Banks County is one program using the wing-T offense, relying on multiple formations and a four-back rushing attack…

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