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Gainesville's offense benefits from a rapid, no-huddle structure

POSTED: December 10, 2012 9:10 p.m.

Senior center Chase England is so grateful for the state championship game he’s about to play in for Gainesville, one he’s been dreaming about since he first threw on a jersey at age 8. England says the Red Elephants’ rapid-fire offensive system he anchors up front deserves a fair share of the credit for earning them a berth in the Class AAAAA title game against Ware County on Friday night at the Georgia Dome.

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