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John S.

Welcome back Kaiser, we missed reading your blog.

zbicyclist

I like this chart a lot. It's a good example of "not trying to show too many things".

It fits with my memory of the game, in which the French were generally running the offense down the center of the field, and the Italians were disproportionately going up the right. Neither strategy is "right" or "wrong" -- but they are different.

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