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Offline rubram99

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DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« on: April 09, 2016, 02:44:37 AM »
Below are the links to some of the plays that we ran this 2015 season. We had 9 different players score TD's. Our starting backfield was #23/FB, #33/HB, #41/WB. We scored 262 pts and gave up 73. Will be posting KB video in the KB thread. We are the team in the gold pants, purple or black jerseys. This was our 3rd season running DCWT and KB.
Year 1 my 5th/6th grade team went winless, my 7th/8th grade team that I coach won 1 game.
Year 2 my 5th/6th graders went to the championship game and lost as did my 7th/8th grade team.
Year 3 both the 5th/6th graders and 7th/8th graders won the championship.

24
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJsJUZuAjS4

23
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FybRmAem8hU

47 SPEED
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKd0-H82fJE

33 and 38
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoZW1yvk0YQ

WEDGE and 18
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1q0LcmmD78

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2016, 07:34:52 AM »
Coach! Best film on the market for the DCWT! Great angles perfect view. I have been looking for something like this for a while! Gives a great picture of what it looks like. Congrats on a team that looks very well coached!

Offline rubram99

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2016, 02:55:41 PM »
Thanks Bruceja.

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #3 on: April 10, 2016, 11:02:25 PM »
Hey coach did the short WB motion help you ? We use the longer motion just wondering if there was a specific reason that made you change and how it helped. Always like different DCWT adjustments that help each team
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Offline rubram99

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #4 on: April 10, 2016, 11:54:34 PM »
Hello Josh,
   we noticed that the short motion worked better with our cadence and especially on 47 Speed. Also we felt that it made up the difference with our TE being a bit wider on his nasty split. Granted we made sure that it did not mess with the execution of 24.

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #5 on: April 11, 2016, 01:57:07 PM »
Nice. Definitely a DCWT fullback right there.

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #6 on: May 15, 2016, 09:29:00 PM »
Great film.

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #7 on: July 24, 2016, 03:49:25 PM »
Rub,

Do you have any whole like 6-10 play series on what you called going down field?   Btw great videos
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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #8 on: July 26, 2016, 09:20:37 PM »
On your 47 Speed I noticed your LT blocked in front of him instead of the CB & your SE ran at the CB (which made him back up / same as blocking him) before going towards the safety.  It seemed to work nicely.  What made you decide to make that change?
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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #9 on: July 28, 2016, 02:07:02 PM »
On your 47 Speed I noticed your LT blocked in front of him instead of the CB & your SE ran at the CB (which made him back up / same as blocking him) before going towards the safety.  It seemed to work nicely.  What made you decide to make that change?

I would guess a slow LT.
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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #10 on: July 30, 2016, 01:51:53 AM »

"On your 47 Speed I noticed your LT blocked in front of him instead of the CB & your SE ran at the CB (which made him back up / same as blocking him) before going towards the safety.  It seemed to work nicely.  What made you decide to make that change?"

Chiefs 58,
Our LT is where I put my weakest OL. That is where I rotate my MPP that are over the weight limit, making Clarks statement true.

I have not posted video of sustained drives offensively.

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #11 on: July 31, 2016, 07:16:42 AM »
Gotcha.   Thx
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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #12 on: November 08, 2016, 03:08:36 PM »
Just found this thread. Great film on the DC Wing T! Would love any more that you might have.

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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #13 on: November 10, 2016, 06:29:04 PM »
Below are the links to some of the plays that we ran this 2015 season. We had 9 different players score TD's. Our starting backfield was #23/FB, #33/HB, #41/WB. We scored 262 pts and gave up 73. Will be posting KB video in the KB thread. We are the team in the gold pants, purple or black jerseys. This was our 3rd season running DCWT and KB.
Year 1 my 5th/6th grade team went winless, my 7th/8th grade team that I coach won 1 game.
Year 2 my 5th/6th graders went to the championship game and lost as did my 7th/8th grade team.
Year 3 both the 5th/6th graders and 7th/8th graders won the championship.

24
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJsJUZuAjS4

Of importance to note on his "24's" is that the QB and FB quickly mesh without the FB looking down for the hand off.  As soon as an FB looks down for the ball he loses track of what's in front of him and where he is. The QB makes a good reverse pivot.  This is how you coach "24".

The FB is a little different than I'm used to seeing.  He's FAST!

But it all comes out the same.  The moment you have the "D" watching the FB, everybody else that touches the ball has a free ride. And they all have good plays.










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Re: DCWT in action 2015 (Championship Season)
« Reply #14 on: November 10, 2016, 08:23:44 PM »
Below are the links to some of the plays that we ran this 2015 season. We had 9 different players score TD's. Our starting backfield was #23/FB, #33/HB, #41/WB. We scored 262 pts and gave up 73. Will be posting KB video in the KB thread. We are the team in the gold pants, purple or black jerseys. This was our 3rd season running DCWT and KB.
Year 1 my 5th/6th grade team went winless, my 7th/8th grade team that I coach won 1 game.
Year 2 my 5th/6th graders went to the championship game and lost as did my 7th/8th grade team.
Year 3 both the 5th/6th graders and 7th/8th graders won the championship.


33 and 38
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoZW1yvk0YQ


OK.  I'm going to mention there are mistakes here.  One is a coaching error and the other is not. 

The "error" is the "33 Quick".  The HB constantly runs at the QB for the hand off.  He never takes the hand off in "B" gap.  He takes it in "A".  A HB does this because he's afraid, if he runs straight to "B" gap, the QB won't be there to hand him the ball and he'll run by him and miss it (A similar thing can occur with FB's who either slow down for the hand off or run at the QB).  Both are fixed the same way - Put a rabbit behind the back and make the back "count fingers". 

The back should know:

1) If the QB isn't there to hand it off, that's the QB's fault.
2) If the runner runs into the QB or looks down for the hand off, that's the runner's fault.


OK.  Next error is at 2:10.  This is not a coaching error.  It's mine.  The play is "38 Toss".  The QB does not know what to do.  You can tell he doesn't because big fat #60 (or #80) actually runs by him.  Watch it happen.

I assigned the QB to the corner in the manual because that's who the QB blocks on "36 Toss".  I had him do the same thing on "38 Toss"  because it's the same instruction as "36 Toss" and it comes pretty close to what he actually should be doing. 

And what should he actually be doing?

Scoring a TD.

The QB runs for the corner end zone flag as if he has the ball trying to score.  It isn't who he blocks that matter (on a perfect "38 Toss" he blocks no one).  It's how fast he runs.  He runs to score. 

A few plays after 2:10 you'll see #9 QB the play.  Watch how fast he's running and where he's running to (the corner flag).  The RB is just behind and outside him.  Right away we see the runner gain more yards than with the previous QB even though #9 never throws a block.  We don't want him to.   We want him to keep on trucking, full speed, for that flag.  Our QB would actually run his own ball carrier out of bounds at about the 5-10 yard line.  The QB is supposed to do that.

What the runner is doing is watching for is the first defender to come across the front of the QB.

If no one crosses in front of the QB, your worst case scenario is the runner goes out of bounds about the 5-10 yard line.  But, if just one player comes across the front of the QB, the defense is doomed. The very instant the defender's helmet is just ONE INCH past the QB's helmet, the runner CUTS BACK LEFT and aims for the outside edge of the goal posts, kicks in the afterburners, and runs like HELL! 

Touchdown!

There can be eleven unblocked defenders homing in on that runner at the sideline and the moment one of them crosses in front of the QB, the other ten will miss. 

Why?

When the runner cuts back into the other ten, two things happen:

1) The runner (HB) has been running the play at the QB's speed (Unless he sees an opportunity, the runner should not try and outrun the QB.).  Therefore, all the remaining defenders are plotting an intercept angle at the sideline based on the QB's speed - not the HB's speed.  But the QB is seldom as fast as the HB.  So when the HB cuts back and increases speed, the point of intercept changes.  And the new intercept angle requires more SPEED by the defender to compensate for the increased speed of the HB.  Not a problem except the defenders are already at full speed.  Except by "dum" luck where the defender's original intercept angle is also the same as the new intercept angle, he can't make the tackle.  He simply can't get there.

2) The defense's first reaction to the cutback is to put the brakes on because they are now overrunning the play.  So, at the same time they are slowing down, our back is speeding up.  This is a contradiction.

You can see it for yourself in this film.  What would have happened if the HB had cut back behind #9 the moment the first defender comes across #9's face?  You don't have to imagine it.  You can actually see it being done successfully on my DCWT PowerPoint DVD which shows plays being run right and run wrong.   
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