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If you are looking for a tremendous resource, look for "How to Coach the Wishbone Football Offense" by Emory Bellard. Coach Gunther helped compile this information and it would be a marvelous addition to anyone's coaching library.Excellent job on the book, Coach Gunther. All the best.Mike O'Donnell
Why don't more teams run the fullhouse wishbone? From what I have seen and coached against, the double slot teams (Navy and Georgia Tech style of offenses) still would rather run the ball 90% of the time. That is what the wishbone teams were doing when Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, and UCLA were in the offense. The fullhouse WB can feature a tremendous power run game, some solid misdirection, and the option game is first rate. In addition, you can feature multiple blocking schemes on the perimeter as well as inside to further confuse the defense. Does anyone have any thoughts on this?On another thought: Are there any outstanding HS teams still running the fullhouse WB as their basic set? Thanks for the help.
CoachShad, Your correct. I attended the state championship games at NIU last year. Beside that it was cold , was an awesome day for football. In the Stillman Valley game, the flex bone was not clicking. St. Joe-Ogden had the flex bone in check. Coach Lalor went to the wishbone and that's what fueled the come from behind victory. On the Newman Catholic link above, you can fine Stillman Valley game.