The RPO has worked its way into just about every type of offense at every level.
Defensive Coordinators have responded with the Tite Front and it’s variations to defend against the inside zone and RPO.
So now its time for the offense to make adjustments to attack the Tite Front?
Matt Drinkall, now the tight ends coach at Army, was very familiar with this defense and developed a solid plan to defeat it.
In the video below, Coach Drinkall talks about adjustments that can be made to the Tite front for gap schemes as well as how the “out” call can be done with a two-man surface.
The clip was taken from Coach Drinkall’s coaching course entitled Gap Scheme: Instantly Improve Your Power Run Game