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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2013, 11:29:30 PM »
I agree on all but the p.a.p.s are good must add 28 Jet pass tb is already at 6 yds great  ps protection .After some blast that corner is reeled in for the pickins,and ss is maybe 7 yds off the los.
Yes, yes, yes and yes. I think I agree with you Durfee! ;)
The way you put the defense in conflict with this is at multiple level.

Of course, being a good power/deception offense, you first put the defensive player in a bind because if he wants to protect pass first, you will run through him without a second thought. One.

Coach Cox has a way to single out a defensive player on each passing play that makes it very easy for your young QB to know who to throw the ball to with a single read. As DC would say, whatever he chooses, he is wrong. Two.

And your example of the Jet motion (or swing, if you haven't see that one -- another thread I think -- you will love it), where you have multiple points of attack in a single motion/play, plus passes that start exactly the same as your running plays, you now are putting the D in conflict another way. Three.

The passing plays feed on one another. Kind of like a counter or trap is set up by the power play. Done mixed with running plays, you can set the defensive player of your choice up and cream him when you need the long play. Four.

And what I like about this is that Coach Cox doesn't expect you to do all this with 3 receivers against 2 D. Nope Sir. He does it 2 vs 2 (and sometimes 2 vs 3). How he can make one defender irrelevent to the decision making of the 'target' is simple and effective at the same time.

Hats off.
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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #16 on: March 23, 2013, 09:11:43 AM »
IT WILL BE UP FOR A SHORT PERIOD. ALL BALANCED MINUS RAM. MAYBE IT WILL CREATE SOME DISCUSSION? MAYBE! MAYBE NOT!
LEAVE A COMMENT IF YOU DOWNLOAD. WON'T DO NO GOOD IF YOU DON'T RUN IT?

Well I know what I will be reading at football registration today.  I like the stack formation.  That could be huge for my team this year.  Thanks coach!

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #17 on: March 29, 2013, 12:25:45 PM »
IT WILL BE UP FOR A SHORT PERIOD. ALL BALANCED MINUS RAM. MAYBE IT WILL CREATE SOME DISCUSSION? MAYBE! MAYBE NOT!
LEAVE A COMMENT IF YOU DOWNLOAD. WON'T DO NO GOOD IF YOU DON'T RUN IT?
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Coach, I might be overlooking it somewhere but it seems that any 24/23 play is only shown against a 6-2? Do you not recommend it against another front or is it just not shown?

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #18 on: March 29, 2013, 01:00:33 PM »
Stack looks a whole lot like balanced sw. Great offense.

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #19 on: March 29, 2013, 01:29:50 PM »
Stack looks a whole lot like balanced sw. Great offense.

We ran rifle as a changeup last year with a direct snap to the same kid who will be QB this year. Same quick hitting concept but from unbalanced, worked great

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #20 on: March 29, 2013, 02:05:06 PM »
Coach Cox I remember when you put an index at the beginning of your books.

It was a tremendous help for me, and I use it all the time.

I have another suggestion. Since you release updates at the speed of thought, I was thinking that adding a version that would increase to all your documents would be helpful for your faithful followers.

A "last edited ../../.." date would also be enough.

We could then compare versions and know if we need the last one.

Beside that... What can I say. GREAT STUFF AS USUAL :)

Oh, by the way I am revisiting your O-Line manual right now, talking about GREAT STUFF ;)
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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #21 on: March 29, 2013, 02:56:01 PM »
Coach, I might be overlooking it somewhere but it seems that any 24/23 play is only shown against a 6-2? Do you not recommend it against another front or is it just not shown?

There is the 23 false cut and 24 false blast vs the 5-3 front. The False play is used to widen a hole or influence the defense with a false pull. You could just run a ISO, but it's a little tougher because of your tight splits. The false cut and false blast is how I would attack a fifty front inside. And I feel that in order to beat many fifty fronts you need a inside game besides Wedge. Against a 40 front, the 4 and 6 hole are pretty much the same play because of the DT alignment. The 60 front really allows you to run a true 4 hole and 6 hole play because of the DE and DT alignment

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #22 on: March 29, 2013, 03:00:50 PM »
Coach Cox I remember when you put an index at the beginning of your books.

It was a tremendous help for me, and I use it all the time.

I have another suggestion. Since you release updates at the speed of thought, I was thinking that adding a version that would increase to all your documents would be helpful for your faithful followers.

A "last edited ../../.." date would also be enough.



Beside that... What can I say. GREAT STUFF AS USUAL :)

Oh, by the way I am revisiting your O-Line manual right now, talking about GREAT STUFF ;)



We could then compare versions and know if we need the last one.



Good idea coach, I will definitely work on it! Probably should have an attachment that states what I revised as well.

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #23 on: March 29, 2013, 03:45:21 PM »
We ran rifle as a changeup last year with a direct snap to the same kid who will be QB this year. Same quick hitting concept but from unbalanced, worked great
Thanks for the heads up lol,
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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #24 on: March 29, 2013, 03:50:22 PM »
There is the 23 false cut and 24 false blast vs the 5-3 front. The False play is used to widen a hole or influence the defense with a false pull. You could just run a ISO, but it's a little tougher because of your tight splits. The false cut and false blast is how I would attack a fifty front inside. And I feel that in order to beat many fifty fronts you need a inside game besides Wedge. Against a 40 front, the 4 and 6 hole are pretty much the same play because of the DT alignment. The 60 front really allows you to run a true 4 hole and 6 hole play because of the DE and DT alignment
Coach was thinking on the same line of what you recently posted.These little tid-bits are valuable,if any others you can think of lets know,thanks. And pretty much the rest of the system plays are based from dw?
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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #25 on: January 02, 2017, 07:50:44 PM »
Will there be repost, I'd like to try it out?

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #26 on: January 02, 2017, 07:59:12 PM »
Will there be repost, I'd like to try it out?
I believe you can get it through Coach Rob's site.

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #27 on: January 06, 2017, 07:19:39 AM »
I've been poutting the entire cox box into my tackle football play maker app. I've only fot a few more hints to add before it's complete. I injected some air raid and beast to suit my style. I absolutely love the coxbox. I was really down last year when I'd log on and see that not many people we using this thread
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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #28 on: January 10, 2017, 09:32:40 AM »
I'm interested in trying the Offense, can it still be downloaded?

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Re: COXBOX POWER PISTOL PLAYBOOK
« Reply #29 on: January 19, 2017, 08:56:57 AM »
Coach Dre,

I know that the playbook can be bought at ...
http://coaches-clinic.com/recorded-clinics/football/offense/double-wing/coxbox-power-pistol/

Along with the video clinics by Coach Cox.

I ran this offense for quite a few years but haven't been coaching in a couple years.
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