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Offline William Harrell

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Experimenting with a formation variation
« on: March 29, 2013, 11:01:27 AM »
Along with Split, Double, Beast, Flip, FB On and WB On, I am looking to see if this will fit with this offensive system:

X                         OXOOO                           Y
                         T      Q    ------------W
                               F
"Spread"

Possibilities - 28 Sweep, 24, 22, 23, 25, 29 Sweep, 45 Counter, 14 Counter
                     49 Speed, Jet 24 Counter, Jet 32 Wedge, Jet 14 Counter
                     Sweep Pass, Jet Pass, X/Y Slip Screen, Mesh Pass 

All plays and language are based off of Clark's SW. Just looking at ways this bobblehead system can be expanded without changing to someone else's or changing the offensive structure.
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Offline Prodigy

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Re: Experimenting with a formation variation
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2013, 02:22:36 PM »
Coach - we played an UBSW team the last game of the season last year and they went from a UBSW into a super-spread.  I think the playbook he used is available for free online under A11.  He had a guard on either side of the center and then the receivers and the tackles and ends were split far out.  The QB would audible for run or screen all depending on how we aligned.  This, coupled with a powerful UBSW attack was a pretty powerful system as a whole.
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Offline GP

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Re: Experimenting with a formation variation
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2013, 02:10:30 PM »
Along with Split, Double, Beast, Flip, FB On and WB On, I am looking to see if this will fit with this offensive system:

X                         OXOOO                           Y
                         T      Q    ------------W
                               F
"Spread"

Possibilities - 28 Sweep, 24, 22, 23, 25, 29 Sweep, 45 Counter, 14 Counter
                     49 Speed, Jet 24 Counter, Jet 32 Wedge, Jet 14 Counter
                     Sweep Pass, Jet Pass, X/Y Slip Screen, Mesh Pass 

All plays and language are based off of Clark's SW. Just looking at ways this bobblehead system can be expanded without changing to someone else's or changing the offensive structure.


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