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Offline William Harrell

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New Formations
« on: October 27, 2011, 09:02:45 PM »
Looking at these two formation variations; what DUMCOACH UBSW plays would you run out of these?


Formation A: Split WB Weak


           E  T G C G T                 E
W                      Q
                 T F

Formation B: Balanced SW


E  T T G C G  E
              Q                W
         T F
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Re: New Formations
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2011, 06:54:24 PM »
Looking at these two formation variations; what DUMCOACH UBSW plays would you run out of these?


Formation A: Split WB Weak


           E  T G C G T                 E
W                      Q
                 T F


You could run DCWT "48 Speed".
You can run off tackle left.
"Power" to left "B"
You might be able to run "power" between T and Q.


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Formation B: Balanced SW


E  T T G C G  E
              Q                W
         T F

It's not actually balanced.  You're strong right.

"Wedge"

Is that where you want F?  Why not this?

E  T T G C G  E
              Q                W
           T F
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Re: New Formations
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2012, 11:48:08 PM »
Here's the three main looks I'm using this year:


BASE:

ETSCGTE
        Q   W
     F
   R

OVER:

   ETSCGTE
W        Q
       F
            R

UNDER:

E                        TSCGTE
                                Q   W
                             F
                           R

All three looks are not scaled perfectly and Formation variations based on Ends and the Rearback lining up wide or inside the line.
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Re: New Formations
« Reply #3 on: March 21, 2012, 02:06:33 PM »
It doesn't look like you're taking advantage of W in motion.
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Re: New Formations
« Reply #4 on: March 25, 2012, 10:33:15 PM »
It doesn't look like you're taking advantage of W in motion.


Actually, I would, except in certain cases. The WB would be start off being split unless I have someone else in a position that I want to motion.

Example:


                 ETGCGTE
      W                Q
                     F
                          R

The WB will come in motion on every play. However, this may be an exception:

            ETGCGT                     E
        W         Q              R
                F

If I run "19 Speed" then I want the WB in position to hook the DE. Makes sense?
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Re: New Formations
« Reply #5 on: March 25, 2012, 11:09:28 PM »
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Formation A: Split WB Weak


           E  T G C G T                 E
W                      Q
                 T F



Im planning to do this and use some DCWT  8)

........E..T.O.C.RT...PT............Y
1................3..............4
...............2

Several possibilities.....

18 Speed (rocket blocking)
Fk speed 26
Fk speed 23
Fk speed 32 wedge
Fk speed 43 reverse
Pass right (slide protection)