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Jerry Campbell has over 30 years of high school and college coaching experience. He has experience as a head coach, offensive coordinator, and various position coaches. He has written numerous football coaching articles in various publications, is the author of over 30 books on coaching football, and has produced 12 coaching video series. Additionally, he is a nationally sought after speaker on the coaching clinic circuit.
the basics of the isolation play. The play can either be run through the A gap (restricted ISO) or B gap off either side of the center – or it can be run off the guard in the 3 or 4 hole. The difference will be in who is the
isolation player. It’s called ISO because one of the LBs will be isolated for the FB to block with the other LBs will being blocked with a combo from the OL. If it’s run off the center the MIKE will be isolated, otherwise, an
OLB can be isolated. ISO is best run in “B” gap.
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