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If there is a poster boy for how football has changed over the last 40 years, it has to be Mitch Crawford.
Standing in at 6-feet and weighing 150 pounds as the quarterback who directed the Anderson County attack in 1968, Crawford would look almost frail compared to current signal caller Jacob Russell's 6-4, 215-pound frame.
But the size difference is small compared to the game itself.
"If Coach (Ray) Hager had run a shotgun offense like a lot of teams do today, we could have really put up some numbers," Crawford says.
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