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Assigning Gap, Bonus or Conflict Responsibilities for Overhangs to Defend RPO’s

By Jason Thier, Defensive Coordinator & Linebackers Coach, Dickinson State University (ND)

The easiest way to alleviate dual responsibilities for overhang defenders in the RPO game is to give them just one job.


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Mixing Unbalanced Formations and Motions into Sugar Huddle Communications

By Danny Schaechter, Offensive Coordinator & QBs, Gonzaga College High School (Washington, D.C.)

The sugar huddle is not new to football. Then again, neither is the fast-paced no-huddle offense. With defenses catching up to the speed of offenses, it’s the OC’s job to keep them off-balance. And the...


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Mixing Coverage and Pressure to Defend Empty

By Laban DeLay, Head Coach and Billy Skinner, Safeties Coach, Arlington Lamar High School (TX)


In years past, offenses would align in empty formations for two main reasons: to accentuate the talents of an athletic quarterback or to pick apart defenses that are forced into playing vanilla coverage...


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The FSL Package: Boundary Concepts From 3x1 Formations

By Patrick Murphy, Head Football Coach, Saint Anselm College


The entire premise of the St. Anselm College (NH) offense is a No Huddle, multiple defender read operation, which is why the Hawks use a F.S.L. (formation to sideline) package. The reasoning is two-fold: it makes a defense...


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Assigning Gap, Bonus or Conflict Responsibilities for Overhangs to Defend RPO’s

2019-05-18 17:14:42

By Jason Thier, Defensive Coordinator & Linebackers Coach, Dickinson State University (ND) The easiest way to alleviate dual responsibilities for overhang defenders in the RPO game is to give them just one job. By Jason Thier Defensive Coordinator & Linebackers...

Mixing Unbalanced Formations and Motions into Sugar Huddle Communications

2019-05-18 16:47:37

By Danny Schaechter, Offensive Coordinator & QBs, Gonzaga College High School (Washington, D.C.) The sugar huddle is not new to football. Then again, neither is the fast-paced no-huddle offense. With defenses catching up to the speed of offenses, it’s the...

Mixing Coverage and Pressure to Defend Empty

2019-05-17 14:02:00

By Laban DeLay, Head Coach and Billy Skinner, Safeties Coach, Arlington Lamar High School (TX) In years past, offenses would align in empty formations for two main reasons: to accentuate the talents of an athletic quarterback or to pick apart defenses...

The FSL Package: Boundary Concepts From 3x1 Formations

2019-05-17 13:20:00

By Patrick Murphy, Head Football Coach, Saint Anselm College The entire premise of the St. Anselm College (NH) offense is a No Huddle, multiple defender read operation, which is why the Hawks use a F.S.L. (formation to sideline) package. The...

Adjusting 5, 6 & 7-Man Protection Schemes to Handle Superior Personnel and Pressure

2019-05-13 13:45:00

By Grant Gower, Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach and Greg Gothard, Offensive Line Coach, Oklahoma Baptist University 3 Sacks... That’s all the offensive line and A-backs at Oklahoma Baptist University gave up all season. And no, the Bison aren’t a flexbone offensive...

Adapting the Shuffle Reach on the Backside of Zone and Gap Runs

2019-05-13 13:21:21

By Mike Kuchar, Co-Founder/Senior Research Manager X&O Labs, OL Coach/Run Game Coordinator, Rahway High School (NJ) For most young players, a shuffle technique is a common movement. It’s something even non-basketball players have done before. By Mike Kuchar Co-Founder/Senior Research...

Screen Drill: 80 Reps in 10-Minutes

2019-05-12 10:14:00

By Shawn Liotta Offensive Coordinator Clairton High School (PA) Clairton High School (PA) sat atop the national high school scoring list last season, totaling 958 points (59.8 ppg) on its way to a 15-1 record. While the Bears utilize Fast, Slow,...

Using Catch Man in the Red Zone

2019-05-12 10:04:00

By Darren Garrigan, Defensive Backs Coach, East Central University Discover how Coach Garrigan has freed up his corners to play more aggressively downhill in the red zone by backing them off into a press man technique resulting in better success against...

Multiple Pressure Concepts from Double A Gap Front

2019-05-02 18:05:41

By Adam Gaylor, Defensive Coordinator, Jenks High School (OK) The Double A Gap (or Mug) front is a favorite on third and long situation because it gives the offense the illusion of max pressure yet gives the defense the flexibility...

Game Planning RPO Packages from Quads Formations

2019-05-02 17:34:03

By George Karafantis and Chris Taylor, Assistant Coach and Offensive Coordinator, Saint Anthony’s High School (NY) RPOs and RPCs provide the offense with more weapons in their arsenal. But in order to truly succeed in the Quads package out of...

Installing the Choice Package in the Pass Game

2019-05-02 02:56:55

By Jim Glover, Offensive Coordinator, Centennial High School (TN) In the Run and Shoot one of the first things we try to establish is the threat of the QB rolling and throwing to the field. At the high school level,...

5 Ways to Beat Quarters Coverage

2019-05-01 08:54:00

By Brian Casey, Head Coach, Aurora Central Catholic High School (IL) Find out how you can attack the increasingly common Quarters Coverage with these varied schemes... By Brian CaseyHead CoachAurora Central Catholic High School (IL)Twitter: @ACCHSFootball Insiders Members: Login here to access the full-length version...

 

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