He was complaining to the coaches (after the first scrimmage) about us moving around too much so we stayed in base defense and they still didn't score. We created the turnovers and fumbles again. We played base defense and we knocked the ball out. Typical defense. He found out today we can blitz or play base defense and still whoop them.
"Terence "Terry" Graham Price" was a Welsh people/Welsh List of dual-code rugby internationals/dual-code international rugby union, rugby league and American football player of the 1960s and '70s, playing representative level rugby union (RU) for British and Irish Lions/British Lions, and , and at club level for Llanelli RFC, as a Fullback (rugby union)/Fullback, i.e. number 15, playing representative level rugby league (RL) for Great Britain national rugby league team/Great Britain, and Wales national rugby league team/Wales, and at club level for Bradford Bulls/Bradford Northern, as a , i.e. number 1, and at club level. In 1971, he tried out as a placekicker for an NFL American football team, the Buffalo Bills, but did not play for them.More Terry Price on Wikipedia.
I think the halfback pass showed they were trying to draw plays in the dirt.