Tony Levine formerly at Western Kentucky University Special Teams / Tight End Coach
Coach Levine moved to Purdue in January of 2017.
Coach Levine begins by sharing the evolution of the Houston Pop Pass and how their inside receivers are responsible for blocking outside linebackers or overhang players. Coach explains how the inside receivers must first be excellent run blockers in order to set up the multiple pop passes that are shared with this presentation. Coach Levine does an excellent job explaining and narrating game film that he provides with this presentation for which he takes coaches through the individual position techniques and responsibilities. For coaches who want to know the reasons why and how for throwing the inside seams routes this is an excellent presentation.
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