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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #15 on: March 31, 2015, 06:31:11 PM »
Thanks Coach JC.
This is an excellent reference.
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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #16 on: April 01, 2015, 01:04:51 PM »
About the delaware wing T 3 digit play calling system. I understand it, I just dont like it. To me it forces players to remember the formations by number and the series by number = IMO onerous, and unnecessary so. Im kind of at odds with the hole numbering, I like the simplicity of left to right 1 thru 9 sounds easy peasy, I'm not familiar with it, it foreign to me, because I'm familiar with the odd holes to left and the even holes to right...that reminds me I also like numbering the O linemen instead of the gap inside that player, maybe Im on fence on this...

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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #17 on: April 02, 2015, 06:37:59 AM »
coaches, Im a wing T fan but I have never liked the 3 number system, it just never jived with me. for whatever reason its harder for me to wrap my brain around...do I walk alone on this? That is there a secret society of wing Ters out there that dont use the delaware wing T number play calling system?
Cuz I need a translator in the bottom left corner of my screen when I read some of the 134 this or 969 that plays
Quickly in our system formations are a word. Right,left,tight,loose,trey,stampede,or pro. Ball carrier's are numbers so is P.O.A. We number our OLM to give  RB's ,pullers and power blockers a.k.a.(MONEY BLOCKS) solid aiming points so for instance 121 Buck Delaware terms = Right 26 Buck . So the 6 is telling RB,and pullers were to get eyes on scraping paint off hip of money block it also tells 8 man which is our WB were money block is taking place.Not saying its best way but my kids grasp it very well. It gives us ability to add tags or line calls very easy being that we don't have long play calls.
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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #18 on: April 02, 2015, 03:07:57 PM »
Is there a way to save this document ? I click on it but it will only let me save the page I am currently looking at not the entire document. Or could someone email it to me ?

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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #19 on: April 02, 2015, 03:43:50 PM »
Is there a way to save this document ? I click on it but it will only let me save the page I am currently looking at not the entire document. Or could someone email it to me ?

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Josh,
I ran into the same thing.  In the upper right corner, there is a button which on my browser says "pop out".  When I selected it, I was presented with the document in a different pdf reader, which allowed for download.  Good luck.
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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #20 on: April 02, 2015, 04:03:18 PM »
Josh,
I ran into the same thing.  In the upper left corner, there is a button which on my browser says "pop out".  When I selected it, I was presented with the document in a different pdf reader, which allowed for download.  Good luck.
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That worked. Thank you sir !
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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #21 on: April 04, 2015, 11:02:35 AM »
If you read the book it will make sense. I'm not a fan of it, just simply because I'm not used to it. I'm not positive on this, but I don't think many WT teams use that terminology any more.

Jake,

went to the Southeast Wing T Clinic a couple of weeks ago.  All of the Wing T coaches there were talking the three digit lingo..  Wing T is very big in Georgia.  Coach Gerry Gallagher from PA was there and Bob Altshuler from Washington.



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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #22 on: April 04, 2015, 02:25:43 PM »
Jake,

went to the Southeast Wing T Clinic a couple of weeks ago.  All of the Wing T coaches there were talking the three digit lingo..  Wing T is very big in Georgia.  Coach Gerry Gallagher from PA was there and Bob Altshuler from Washington.

Interesting. Maybe it's just a CA thing. Most of the WT coaches i've met here don't use the 3 digit system. I'm all for whatever works tho.
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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #23 on: April 06, 2015, 01:41:25 PM »
Interesting. Maybe it's just a CA thing. Most of the WT coaches i've met here don't use the 3 digit system. I'm all for whatever works tho.

it aint no southern cal thing....HECK I WISH IT WAS!!!....you start talkin wing t in so cal and 99% of the coaches turn there nose up at it, DW is worse...you talk about the double wing in so call and when you walk into rooms you hear everybody stop talking and whisper "shhhhhh here he comes RUUUUNNNNN"

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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #24 on: April 06, 2015, 11:23:51 PM »
Many have dropped. I use to hate it but now it doesn't bother me. Of course HS was the first time I played in an offense that used a series number system. If you really want your head to hurt try the Wes Elrod and Herschel Moore method. Between the formations and how they call play. It's nuts.

Joe what play are you talking about? The counter play were they pull both Gs the other way on an outside reverse? That's what I know as Truck. It's blocked like waggle though and not buck.

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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #25 on: April 07, 2015, 07:42:49 AM »
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131 CT

Now, over time it evolved to Trapping the Mike backer instead of the Tackle.

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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #26 on: April 07, 2015, 10:36:21 AM »
Morris

131 CT

Now, over time it evolved to Trapping the Mike backer instead of the Tackle.

Joe
I found 131 which is power and I found 134 CT which is tackle trap (though it looked like the trapped with a TE too). If you're talking 134 and they are wrapping to tackle (almost like Dart uc) that reminds me more of Sally with the T replacing the FB's job on Sally

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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #27 on: April 08, 2015, 12:19:00 PM »
Morris

Yes, that's it 134. It is similar to Dart, the blocking has changed to actually trapping or kicking the Mike Backer. We call it Truck. That damn play has been a nightmare for me. Thankfully, it's not a play they can run every down.

That's the reason we stole it 2 years ago. We didn't run it last season, but I expect us to bring it back this year.

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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #28 on: April 18, 2015, 06:02:08 PM »
That play exists to keep the teams that think that you " read the guards" to stop the Wing T honest.
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Re: Delaware Wing T, The Order Of Footbal, By Tubby Raymond----PDF
« Reply #29 on: April 28, 2015, 09:03:02 AM »
If you read the book it will make sense. I'm not a fan of it, just simply because I'm not used to it. I'm not positive on this, but I don't think many WT teams use that terminology any more.
I actually prefer the old way.  It is amazing how much info you can pack into those 3 digits/ color and 2 digits.  Where I coach now it is a bit different (we are DW).  True Delaware (well as clise as you can get it), Power right would be Tight Red 32 Power.  For us it is simply A2 Power. 
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