Universal RPO Design From Multiple Formations
By William Clay, Offensive Coordinator, Halsom High School (TX)
Changing formation without changing personnel and using RPOs can create a frustrating game-plan for the opposing defense regardless of your level of play.
By William Clay Offensive Coordinator Halsom High...
Six Pressures from the Mug Double A Gap Look
By P.J. Gibbs, Defensive Coordinator/DB Coach, Palmetto Ridge High School (FL)
Use these 6 double A gap pressures out of the same look to stress the offense—you can audible if need be.
By P.J. Gibbs Defensive Coordinator/DB Coach Palmetto...
Play Action Progressions from Power Read
By Matt Kelly, Offensive Coordinator/QBs, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA)
As two-high overhang defenses began to eliminate the wheel portion of Power Read PAP, something needed to be done to elongate the launch point and provide options for the QB’s read...
LB Rules and Fits in a 3-High Safety Defense
By Ryan Desrochers, LB Coach, Liberty High School (AZ)
One of the first questions that are often asked when running the 3-High Safety defense is "how do you stop the run with only 4 in the box?" It all starts...
“Rub” RPOs to Defeat Man Coverage
By Rich Holzer, Head Football Coach, Mount Saint Joseph High School (MD)
Use this concept to counteract teams who try to play 1-high to stop the RPO or 2-high man to negate your vertical pass game.
By Rich Holzer Head...
Defending Hot Reads and RPOs from a Cover 2 Structure
By Mike Harrison (Athletic Director/Head Football Coach) and Roy Salas (Assistant Athletic Director/Secondary Coach), Holy Cross High School (TX)
At Holy Cross, they believe in a gap control odd front with a cover 2 shell as their base defense. This...
The Complete Unbalanced Run/PAP Menu
By David Buchanan, Head Coach, Mercer County Senior High School (KY)
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Unbalanced lines have been...
Inside Out Read Methodology for the Curl Concept
By Eric Treske, Head Coach, Wisconsin Lutheran College
While offensive coordinators have used a wide variety of concepts to attack intermediate areas (drive, shallow cross, mesh variations), one coaching staff has found using variations of the curl has resulted in...
Varied Screens Through Simple Offensive Line Rules
By Matthew T. LemMon, Head Football Coach, Tamalpais High School (CA)
The idea behind this is to limit the amount of teaching to our Offensive Line and limit the input they must process before running their tracks. The concept tries...