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Offline COCoachKC

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Re: Middle School - Pistol Wing T Jet
« Reply #30 on: May 17, 2016, 04:10:39 PM »
When he's under center, wouldn't he have to turn his head to see, unless he lined up sidesaddle as I have them?
Only slightly.  If he is facing forward, then either wing, in a double wing formation, can go in motion.  Even works with slots in a 2X2 as well.

We always had issues trying to time the cadence with jet and rocket motion.   Once I watched Chuck Klausing's jet install video I quit using a timed cadence altogether (even with the DW).  It is a very quick install and never had timing issues again. 

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Offline Bob Goodman

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Re: Middle School - Pistol Wing T Jet
« Reply #31 on: May 18, 2016, 01:35:09 AM »
Only slightly.  If he is facing forward, then either wing, in a double wing formation, can go in motion.  Even works with slots in a 2X2 as well.

We always had issues trying to time the cadence with jet and rocket motion.   Once I watched Chuck Klausing's jet install video I quit using a timed cadence altogether (even with the DW).  It is a very quick install and never had timing issues again.
Or you could have the deep back call the signals and not have to turn his head at all.  We did that last year even though the QB was sidesaddle.  I don't know why more teams don't have a deep back calling the signals, even if they're not using motion.