Cabot turns to Reed, aerial game
Per Arkansas Democrat Gazette
CABOT -- Change is in the air in this Lonoke County city.
After 38 seasons with Mike Malham and the run-dominant Dead-T offense, the Cabot Panthers are going aerial this fall.
That's the plan under Scott Reed, a four-time state championship coach at El Dorado who was hired in December to take over for Malham, the state's second-winningest coach with 301 victories behind Frank McClellan at Barton (367 victories).
The Panthers will run the Spread offense, and it will be on display tonight at Pine Bluff.
"It's going to be different," said Reed, a Jacksonville High School and University of Arkansas graduate. "They're used to throwing two or three passes a game. The ball is going to be spread around a little bit.
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