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Offline Oxfordcoach

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GUTS vs. double wing
« on: August 12, 2013, 12:42:22 AM »
Anyone have film of there 46 GUTS/GAMBLER vs. The double tight double wing? Scott Branch maybe?

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Re: GUTS vs. double wing
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2013, 03:21:08 PM »
I will probably after this friday. We're scrimmaging a JRM DTDW team I think. I don't have much film on them but we run the GUTS rules with Steve's 46...

going to have my kids align like this....

 

-----------------------F
----------W----------Q---------W
-------------TE-T-G-C-G-T-TE
---------L----W---T--N--T---S---R
-----------C----------M----------C--
-----------------------F

I'm thinking about Auto Blitzing the corner if his wing on his side (the guy he's covering) goes in motion..... It would make counter extremely hard to run since the corner would be running right at the play coming back the same way.... Also considering canting in my DT's at 45 degree angles so they can chase pullers into the backfield without getting cut....

I'm also going to have my Will and Sam get extremely physical with their TE's..... I don't think we'll need to STONE them but I'm not going to allow free releases that's for sure.....
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