On Thursday, Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com had a detailed look at the practice of coaches swapping ideas and schemes during the off-season. While recounting the practice itself would be the ultimate "preaching to the choir" material for our audience, the piece did shine an interesting light on the different philosophies college staffs have on sharing their state secrets.
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