“He had fun, loved it and had a big light in his eye because he had a blast,” Carroll said.
The look, and the confidence that produced it, was in stark contrast to the mostly tentative vibe Mustain gave off as he attempted to learn and consistently execute the Trojans’ offense.
In high school, Mustain deftly ran a spread attack almost exclusively from the shotgun formation. The scheme was similar at Arkansas, where his high school coach was hired as offensive coordinator.
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