What is six-man football? According to Sheridan coach Ricy Anderson, it’s a fast-paced, hard-hitting way to play ball with fewer athletes.
“There are going to be some really wild plays,” Anderson said.
Though some of the rules of the game are different – everyone is eligible on offense and the quarterback is not “traditional,” because the player who receives the snap must pitch or hand the ball off in the backfield before the ball can move downfield – Anderson said fans should not be deterred from coming to the games.
“The more fans come and watch, the more they will understand,” he said. “We’re trying to get the community excited about Sheridan sports this year.”
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