I've long advocated that football teams with quarterback controversies just put both quarterbacks on the field at the same time. It would create all sorts of confusion for opposing defenses. Deadspin introduces us to a high school coach who runs a two-quarterback offense, but takes it even further. The set, called the A-11, features two tight ends and six wideouts, and every player is an eligible receiver. The genius responsible for this brilliant bit of gridiron wizardry is Kurt Bryan, head coach at Piedmont High School in California. His offense has a website.