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DC Wing T Offense / Re: making the switch to DCWT this season
« Last post by belebuch on Yesterday at 10:58:50 PM »
Cool.  8)
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DC Wing T Offense / Re: making the switch to DCWT this season
« Last post by bayoubengal on Yesterday at 10:57:44 PM »
Paulina. St james Parish between BR and NO

Know exactly where that is, been through there a few times
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DC Wing T Offense / Re: making the switch to DCWT this season
« Last post by belebuch on Yesterday at 10:33:15 PM »
Paulina. St james Parish between BR and NO
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General Discussion / Re: DumCoach Classic Site
« Last post by Coach E on Yesterday at 09:54:37 PM »
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DC Wing T Offense / Re: making the switch to DCWT this season
« Last post by bayoubengal on Yesterday at 09:47:35 PM »
I take it youre in LA? What part?

Yep, Baton Rouge. How about you?
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Even Fronts / Re: Tilting tackles at 7U in the WT6
« Last post by mahonz on Yesterday at 08:41:34 PM »
I find the 5-3s the easiest
I can pull people out of defensive position with alignment then throw motion at the and watch heads spin.

I hate defenses that can adjust to my formations, it makes for a long day

If we are talking the younger ages here I have to wonder. The 60's seems to be the D of choice. Stout vs sweep...hard to wedge against. Tough to get double teams going. But it seems to be soft vs stretch plays and counters.

Maybe its just the opponents we faced. I ask only because we are going back to the Smurf level so the 60 fronts have been a bit rare for us lately.  I have been watching a lot of film from our 2nd and 3rd grades seasons from the past.....probably 75% 60 fronts. We did really well against them. Maybe we got used to them. Two teams we struggled with...both 50 fronts.
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For several years I coached house ball where during a practice session, one team's HC could walk over to another team's HC in the same age range & ask, want to scrimmage in 10 min.?  Then it could be a great tool.
Previous to that I coached in a club that fielded 1 team in each of 6 age/wt. classes.  We could (& occasionally did) do the same thing, but that meant scrimmaging up or down a class; that was pretty useless.
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T Style Football / Re: Im still around.
« Last post by paketterman on Yesterday at 07:16:42 PM »
http://slot-t.blogspot.com/2018/07/o-set-447-finally-hb-gets-some-love.html?m=1

Hoping too be posting more often. Since football season is right around the corner I wanna churn these bad boys out. Since I wont be able to during the season. Hope yall enjoy.
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Even Fronts / Re: Tilting tackles at 7U in the WT6
« Last post by Wing-n-It on Yesterday at 07:12:49 PM »
Is it me or am I the only one that finds the 60 front one of the easiest Defenses to attack.

Just curious....not trying to flame on anyone. I simply dont get it.

That said....tilting is a good means to occupy blockers so your Backers can roam free. Im not sure tilting would accomplish much when you implement less Backers.
I find the 5-3s the easiest
I can pull people out of defensive position with alignment then throw motion at the and watch heads spin.

I hate defenses that can adjust to my formations, it makes for a long day
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Even Fronts / Re: Tilting tackles at 7U in the WT6
« Last post by Rockets11 on Yesterday at 05:55:14 PM »
I'm considering tilting my tackles with the instruction to hit the OT in the side, "bounce" into the gap, get to the heels and hunt. They would align on the TE's inside shoulder. The idea is to try and occupy the TE and impair the OT's path to my LB's and keep them clean.

My best players are at DE, the best smaller tacklers are at CB, and my best undisciplined but fast player is at FS.  My LB's are project players with physical ability but they are not killers..........yet......

thoughts?

Curious,where are your defensive guards lined up?
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