Offense

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5 Phases of the Run Game About the Author of this post: 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. Jerry 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 ...

QB & FB Option Mechanics About the Author of this post: 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 ...

Understanding Inside Veer About the Author of this post: 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 ...

Pocket Pass Protection 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 ...

Traditional Option Approach Understanding Calling Best Option On The L.O.S. Based upon the Option On Me rules our quarterback will have 4 options to choose from when calling best option on the line of scrimmage. The way this information is transferred to the offensive unit is simple. In the huddle the quarterback once receiving his instructions from his coach will ...

Deceptive Plays In the Spread Offense Dave Christensen This presentation has Coach Christensen on a white board drawing formations and plays to explain his approach for deception. Coach begins explaining how he implements and runs speed option with several plays that come off speed option based upon how their defense responds to defending speed. Coach explains how each play is blocked and ...

Hybrid Pass Plays – Creating More Options in the Pass Game with Combo Plays Clayton Mathews Coach Matthews begins his presentation explaining their Hybrid package and plays which includes one rule for every player but the Quarterback and how one play can look like 4 or 5 different plays to the defense. This presentation offers illustrations and terminology for the passing concepts used at north Texas State with techniques and ...

Spread Wing-T Offense – The 30 Series Attack TAG Rich Hargitt This presentation begins with Coach Hargitt explaining the implementation of Power using tackle and guard pulling which is called TAG. Coach Hargitt uses several different illustrations with explanations on how to coach the variations that comes off of TAG. Coach shares how misdirection is used with TAG as well as several plays that he ...

Pistol Offense: Inside and Outside Zone Read Schemes and Variations Lambert Brown Coach Brown begins his presentation by explaining his philosophy for inside zone and explaining why zone is good against all fronts, creates confidence for your offensive line because rules are simple and used against most fronts and forces defense to play assignment football. Coach Brown takes you through the thought process for running zone ...

Quarterback School The following notes are from “Quarterback School” presented by Andrew Coverdale and Glazier Clinics. GOALS: “With greater sophistication comes greater CONTROL.” –Sun Tzu Gain a foundational understanding of the components of our offense Procedures – Terminology – Defenses – Run game – Protections – Routes Understand the “WHY” behind the “WHAT” Begin to visualize the game – Get lots of ...

Wide Receiver Coverage Reading by Clayton George, Wide Receiver Coach, North Texas State A. Coverage Reading In teaching the wide receivers at North Texas we identify 3 basic coverages: Cover 1 Cover 2 Cover 0 Coverages Cover 1– We teach that if the middle of the field is “closed” (meaning there is a safety in the middle of the field), then we identify that as cover 1. We ...

Understanding The 1/2 Man Advantage With Big-On-Big Protection Understanding The 1/2 Man Advantage With Big-On-Big Protection About the Author of this post: 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 ...

Diamond Mechanics for Load, Lead, and Speed Options In example number 1, you see the load option being run at a five and nine combination or a 13 tight defensive front. This defense is a good situation for 18 or 19 Load option because of the trey combination between the tackle and tight end. By being able to block down with the tackle ...

A Devastating Counter Draw with RPO’s Bruce Cobleigh Sally (Oregon) A Devastating Counter Draw with RPO’s Coach Cobleigh shares an excellent presentation on how to install Sally into your offense in which he calls Oregon. Coach share how Sally was his best play per carry and how this play fits any offensive formation but best run with a Tight End in the game. ...

The Best Two Point Conversion Play Hal Mumme Head Football Coach Belhaven This presentation by Coach Mumme shares how he came about installing the mesh routes and using it as a two-point conversion play. With the use of a white board Coach shares how the mesh routes are implemented and the techniques versus several different coverage alignments. Coach gives the keys for what the ...

Quick Passing Game Brian Hales Head Football Coach Butler High School Coach Hales begins with him sharing his 3 components for his Quick passing game which is QB play, Receiver play, and Protections. Coach shares QB play and pre-snap organization, drops, and post snap-snap action as it applies to his quick passing game followed by an in-depth discussion on receiver play ...

Play-Action Pass Shots Craig Johnson Running Back Coach New York Giants This presentation begins with Coach Johnson talking about play action pass shots down field in the passing game that their Quarterback has. Coach explains how their lead backs assists the Quarterback options on who he will throw to. This presentation features coach using other coaches to teach the reads and ...

Understanding the Diamond & Flexbone Formations About the Author of this post: 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 ...

6 Approaches to Installing Midline About the Author of this post: 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 ...

Attacking the 3-5-3 Defense Jim Showfety Offensive line Coach Marist Coach Showfety begins his power point presentation on how Marist attacks the 3-5-3 followed by how he identifies Defensive Personnel. Coach Showfety shares their complementary running plays versus the 3-5-3 and how they attack the 3-5-3 with the option game. This presentation offers blocking schemes used to attack the 3-5-3 with Marist’s ...

Implementing RPOs & RPO Drills into Any Offense Jason McManus Offensive Coordinator South Pointe High School, SC This presentation features Coach McManus explaining how he incorporates RPO’s and what he calls combos into his offense that features fast screens with 5 core running plays. Coach McManus explains his blocking schemes up front and read progressions for each RPO and Combo presented. This is an excellent presentation ...

Combining the Air Raid and the Run and Shoot Hal Mumme Head Football Coach Belhaven Air Raid II This presentation presented by Coach Mumme involves combining the Air Raid and the Run and Shoot: Air Raid II. Coach with the use of a white board illustrates and explains the installation of an Air Raid approach. Coach shares multiple formations and explains each potential receiver position and discusses scheme, ...

Halfback and Jailbreak Screens Derek Leonard Head Football Coach Rochester High School This presentation begins with Coach Leonard explaining and providing details about his school followed by giving details on how they block their screen game with the 3 different screens that he presents. This presentation provides excellent game film for implementing the 3 different screen presented by Coach Leonard and his ...

Center & Quarterback Exchange Quarterback is Under Center The Grip: The football is placed so that the laces are face up. Grip the ball by placing your right thumb between the second and third lace nearest the front end of the ball. The fingers and palm of the hand will grip the ball on the side so as to have complete ...

Option on Me Understanding the Pro’s and Con’s of Option on MeCalling Best Option on the Line of Scrimmage Notes and thoughts from 4 different programs. Response #1 How to call the best option, option on me, and explanations on what to call in different situations, was extremely helpful to better understand the option game. Teaching your quarterbacks when and why ...

Installing the Gun Spread Offense PERSONNEL PLACEMENT We have callside (playside) and backside linemen. When breaking the huddle we want to get our offensive linemen to the line of scrimmage quickly, we want to run as many plays as possible, this is accomplished for us by huddling our offense four yards off the ball, which gets us to the LOS faster ...

Buck Laterals with Variations The Buck Lateral series consists of Tags because of the potential of handing the ball off to the fullback by the quarterback and then the fullback handing the ball off to another runner or ball carrier. Once the Buck Lateral has been alerted in the huddle, it is now telling the fullback that he will be ...

Backfield Techniques for the Single Wing How To Coach The Spin Technique By The Quarterback The success of the Single Wing offense utilizing the full spin by the quarterback depends on his ability to conceal the ball fake, and momentarily freeze and confusing the defense as to which back has the ball and where the point of attack will be. The quarterback assumes ...

8 Steps to a Better Power Run Play The video below was contributed by Jason Hahnstadt, creator of Pro Style Spread Offense.  Jason began coaching as a College Assistant at Trinity International University (NAIA). After coaching in many places and levels, he decided to share online what he has learned and is still learning. Jason has created a Free Pro Style Spread Offense ...

Wide Receiver Drills: Route Running John McNulty Tight End Coach LA Chargers This presentation by Coach McNulty offers an excellent step by step procedure for coach wide receivers. Coach starts with stance and starts followed by Wide Receiver Releases, Routes Stems, Route Finish versus Zone, Route Finish versus man, the catch, Run After catch, Blocking, Stalk Blocking Cuts, and Film Study. ...

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