Head Football Coach
Park Hills High School, Mo.
Coach Hood begins his presentation sharing his offensive philosophy and how the Horn play has been a big part of their success. Coach Hoods Pistol offense as explained is a read option running attack that is built around, Inside Zone, Outside Zone, Power, Counter, Horn and Jet. As explained by Coach hood the Horn play is an outside zone play with a pin and pull scheme and is a counter to the inside zone. Coach explains in detail that the Horn play can hit anywhere from off tackle to the inside. Coach explains in detail offensive line blocking assignments and that the Horn is best run against soft edges against a defenses perimeter play.
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You need to post more O-Line drills
Thanks for your input John. I just posted this one on Tuesday https://footballtoolbox.net/offense/offensive-line-set-drill and have another one scheduled for this coming Tuesday. Here are a few more: https://footballtoolbox.net/iowa-offensive-line-pass-protection-fundamentals https://footballtoolbox.net/offensive-line-drills https://footballtoolbox.net/pass-set-terminology-for-offensive-linemen https://footballtoolbox.net/offensive-line-play https://footballtoolbox.net/pass-protection-fundamentals-three-weapons-of-an-offensive-lineman