Wide open for business: Rummel Raiders make offensive change

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AUDUBON - APRIL 26: The Audubon High School football field where former star quarterback Joe Flacco played sits empty April 26, 2008 in Audubon, New Jersey. Flacco was selected in the first round of the NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens as the 18th pick overall. (Photo by Jeff Fusco/Getty Images for Reebok)

One of the most successful programs in the state is making a change on offense.

Rummel head coach Jay Roth, winner of two state football championships, and the winningest coach in the history of the New Orleans Catholic League, says his Raiders are going to a spread offense, one that features no huddle.

Here’s a report from WGNO Sports.

Rummel won the 5A title in 2012, and the Division I crown one year later.

The Raiders play at St Paul's in the Jamboree August 25th. Rummel opens the regular season Saturday night September 2nd vs Gulfport, Mississippi at Joe Yenni Stadium.

Watch Friday Night Football presented by the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Our 26th season kicks off August 18th on Nola 38 at 11, and at midnight on WGNO.

Friday Night Football can also be seen on the live stream at wgno.com.


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