New Believers on the Coast

Callahan, Tom
November 1981
The article reports on the coaching techniques of Bill Walsh in the San Francisco 49ers football team. It mentions that 49ers is a defensive power under an offensive and a sensitive coach Walsh, who put two known mercenaries and three unknown inexperienced player in the defense. It notes that Walsh tactically approach offense while building defense and his way with quarterbacks had always been his most obvious gift.


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