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Barry Switzer made football's wishbone offense famous in Oklahoma, winning three national titles with his Sooner teams.

Davis high school has used the offense since the late 70's and won five state championships along the way.

While most school's are currently using pass-happy offenses, Davis has stuck to their system through the decades.

Jody Weber led the Wolves to the 2A state championship in 2013 and to 29 straight wins heading into the semifinal round.

Weber says the town uses the wishbone offense at the middle school level and that even some pee wee teams have started using it to help with continuity.

The wishbone system utilizes three running backs plus the quarterback and uses multiple options each play to take advantage of the defense.

Nate Feken has the story of the Wolves and their offense from Davis.