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YDW GAME FILM
« on: December 10, 2013, 01:18:44 PM »
Coaches,

If you have game film I would love to get a copy via DVD or a link to your YOUTUBE.   I am going to be doing clinics and I would really like to have some game footage of various teams running the offense with different camera angles.

If you do IM me and I will pass along my mailing address.  I will cover the cost of the shipment.

Jack
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Re: YDW GAME FILM
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2013, 01:22:06 PM »
I ran your bobble head wedge series I have game film if you like that

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Re: YDW GAME FILM
« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2013, 01:36:54 PM »
I ran your bobble head wedge series I have game film if you like that

Would love it.

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Re: YDW GAME FILM
« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2014, 04:59:34 PM »
Coaches,

If you have game film I would love to get a copy via DVD or a link to your YOUTUBE.   I am going to be doing clinics and I would really like to have some game footage of various teams running the offense with different camera angles.

If you do IM me and I will pass along my mailing address.  I will cover the cost of the shipment.

Jack

Hi Jack,

I just put the finishing touches on several videos that are now on YouTube.  Here are the links:

1) 2010 - 5th Grade - Highlights from a couple of our playoff games.
Includes both TIGHT & SHIFT formations with LOOSE/OVER adjustments.
http://youtu.be/dZKMt1ABuBw

2) 2011 - 6th Grade TIGHT Double Wing Highlights
Includes NASTY/OVER adjustments
http://youtu.be/nnlDesiS0aY

3) 2011 - 6th Grade Shotgun Double Wing Highlights
SHIFT & START formations
Includes LOOSE/OVER, NASTY/OVER and TRIPS adjustments
http://youtu.be/hZESHvvAgFQ

Some of it worked as planned... some by accident... thanks to some terrific athletes. LOL

Let me know if you want DVDs.

Thanks for all your help!

-Ron

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Re: YDW GAME FILM
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2014, 03:36:16 PM »
Coach.  I ran your dtdw for the first time all last year with 10-11 yr olds with a max weight of 120.  I eventually threw in some shift(pistol) and split ends but more or less ran the same boring thing all last year...all the way to the playoffs averaging 35/game.  I know I have some DVD's somewhere and if you still need some film, I can try and find them.  I'm not the most tech savvy but I'll try to upload to youtube to make it easier.  Not the best film, one of the parents did it, but for the most part you can see what we were doing.  We did switch to just pulling a Guard after a bit since our offside was getting to much penetration.

I am moving up one level next year to coach, so 6-7th graders mostly, max weight of 145.  Do you suggest staying dtdw or is the Triple B or something different better for the kids as they get older?  I'll have about half the kids I had last year that are familiar with the DW concept.  I will have something I didn't have last year, a tough QB with a decent arm.  Thanks
« Last Edit: May 01, 2014, 06:25:05 PM by dday97 »

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Re: YDW GAME FILM
« Reply #5 on: May 04, 2014, 02:25:36 PM »
Coach.  I ran your dtdw for the first time all last year with 10-11 yr olds with a max weight of 120.  I eventually threw in some shift(pistol) and split ends but more or less ran the same boring thing all last year...all the way to the playoffs averaging 35/game.  I know I have some DVD's somewhere and if you still need some film, I can try and find them.  I'm not the most tech savvy but I'll try to upload to youtube to make it easier.  Not the best film, one of the parents did it, but for the most part you can see what we were doing.  We did switch to just pulling a Guard after a bit since our offside was getting to much penetration.

I am moving up one level next year to coach, so 6-7th graders mostly, max weight of 145.  Do you suggest staying dtdw or is the Triple B or something different better for the kids as they get older?  I'll have about half the kids I had last year that are familiar with the DW concept.  I will have something I didn't have last year, a tough QB with a decent arm.  Thanks

IF you are having success running DTDW I would say stick with it but there are plenty of good formations you can use.  Out of GUN I would recommend SHIFT...my personal opinion is it is the best direct snap formation for the DW...which is why I use it. Very powerful and versatile like the DTDW.  Out of UTC Triple B is a solid platform for running the DTDW.  With a good QB with a ARM I would make sure the uncovered passing game and some variations of the power pass and maybe a sprinkle of perimeter passing game are in there to keep the defense on their toes.

Jack
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