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Coach Cianflone Systems / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by MHcoach on Today at 06:14:26 PM »
Long day today, the QB who has the most experience packed it in today. His body just can't handle another season.

Spring sports mean we are missing many starters, trying to adjust the offense to more RPO's it just is difficult.

Joe
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Offense / Re: Power I Offense's Playbook
« Last post by MHcoach on Today at 06:09:22 PM »
Joe
 
I have been looking at the Brooklyn Power I for the winter and have a few questions. 

1.  In running the Pack Right 44 wham and the Pack Right Fake 44 Give 36 what do you look for (indicators) to decide when to go from the 44 to the 36 or vice versa?  I assume the counter is called when the backers are seen flowing to the 44 and 36 but specifically what do you look for between the 44 and 36.

 Alignment as well as if the defense is starting to bite down on the first move.
 
2.  Other than the counter it appears that if the defense keys the fullback he will take you to the play do you have any calls to counter this such as a G call or other plays or did it not seem to matter.

We have found it really isn't that important early on, against better teams you will have other things.

3.  I know you have said this is the base package to install.   What other plays do you look to put in later for playoffs etc...?

Thanks Matt

Matt

The I has so many plays that you can add. Speed Option, Dive Option, Power, Divide(Good if they are keying the FB). This is barely the tip of the iceberg, if you want give me a call & I can tell you what's best for your team.

Joe
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Offense / Re: Styles of Pass Protection
« Last post by MHcoach on Today at 06:00:59 PM »
SM

The Arrow has to go under the Slant not the other way. Otherwise looks pretty good.

Joe
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General Discussion / This Section is making me crazy
« Last post by mahonz on Today at 05:25:05 PM »
Test....
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General Discussion / Re: Coaching aggression
« Last post by mahonz on Today at 05:24:21 PM »
test
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Double Wing Football / Re: QB Sweep Play
« Last post by gumby_in_co on Today at 04:31:55 PM »
Well the good ones that scout us do.....the rest we mercy rule.

I scout everyone, but I have to admit that I don't look at the other team's o-line unless they are very good or very bad.
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Double Wing Football / Re: QB Sweep Play
« Last post by Ringworms on Today at 03:59:46 PM »
Well the good ones that scout us do.....the rest we mercy rule.
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Offense / Re: Styles of Pass Protection
« Last post by gumby_in_co on Today at 02:23:37 PM »
Okay found two...first is 42 Laser...throwing that quick pass to the slot...watch the left tackle.

https://youtu.be/shn1QHXMxkk

Second is Slant Arrow, again, watch the left tackle.

https://youtu.be/DwxXP-sYTa0

The DE is he playing against is a big strong and athletic kid, plays running back for the other team as well.

We got his hands down.

MERCY IS FOR THE WEAK!!!

Love it!
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Offense / Re: Styles of Pass Protection
« Last post by spidermac on Today at 02:00:44 PM »
Okay found two...first is 42 Laser...throwing that quick pass to the slot...watch the left tackle.

https://youtu.be/shn1QHXMxkk

Second is Slant Arrow, again, watch the left tackle.

https://youtu.be/DwxXP-sYTa0

The DE is he playing against is a big strong and athletic kid, plays running back for the other team as well.

We got his hands down.
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Double Wing Football / Re: QB Sweep Play
« Last post by gumby_in_co on Today at 01:55:17 PM »
I'm actually very impressed that coaches at that age group would pick up on the pull side/wall side. Most coaches ignore the o-line on both sides of the ball.

We had a strong side (wallers) and quick side (pullers/cutoff). We had a Power back (actually 2 of them who subbed in and out) who ran tosses and sweeps and we had a counter back who ran counters and reverses.  Teams would pick up on our power backs and bully up opposite of them.

Default was Toss right. If we wanted to run left, we'd call "Flip Toss". A Chinese fire drill would ensue. If we wanted to counter, we'd have to huddle and call it because we "flopped" for counters. This mean that the line changed, but the backs didn't move. The defenses that did the best against us never tried to shift. The ones who shifted . . . we drilled quick snapping while the defense was out of position.

We never worried about anyone picking up on our flipping. I was in charge of scout defense during Power Hour. I knew our linemen as well as anyone, plus I was standing about where a back judge would stand. I was responsible for bullying up the play side, often running 14 guys on defense. I struggled to move kids to the strong side at times and as I said, I knew every single one of our linemen.

We also took the approach that if a coach bothered to teach his defense who my strong side and pullers were, then took the time to teach them to adjust to it, then we were stealing practice time from him. We were getting better at what we wanted to do while they were inventing new ways to slow down one team.
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