North Texas’ Dodge Knows Extremes of Winning, Losing

Posted by Dan McArdle on September-18-2009 Add Comments

When a beleaguered University of North Texas football program came calling again in December 2006, Todd Dodge hadn't stood on a losing sideline in three seasons. His teams at Southlake Carroll (Texas) High School hadn't so much as tasted a lopsided defeat in over five years.

But after Dodge accepted the offer to replace Darrell Dickey as head coach of the Mean Green, achieving victory would prove as painstaking as winning had become effortless.

His name was already cemented in Texas football lore. His version of the spread offense, often referred to as "Dodge ball," had produced a dynasty at Southlake Carroll. Youngsters atte...

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