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San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick has helped make the Read-Option offense fashionable. RG3 and Russell Wilson have a lot to do with it too. Usually the NFL influences college football, not the other way around.
In the video below the read-option is broken down by Randall, of honey badger fame.
You know, Honey Badger don’t care!
There’s plenty of Colin Kaepernick highlights in this piece. Lots of Randall jokes too; as you watch Colin Kaepernick in action.
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