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General Discussion / Re: Feeder Programs
« Last post by PSLCOACHROB on Today at 08:02:48 AM »
When an organization say's there a feeder it's total BS and is something that is very over rated. The better HS Coaches i've come across seem to all have the same thought process. They can careless about what schemes you run and are more concerned on the development of proper fundamental's  teaching kid's the game and work ethic.....
They are either complete bs or really are feeders that are well run with a large amount of hs input. The real deal are just about as rare as a unicorn.
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General Offense Discussion / Re: Beast blocking
« Last post by CoachParker on Today at 01:37:48 AM »
I've been running Beast since 1994.  We basically use inside SAB blocks which I call JAW or you can Right or Left track too. 

For Beast Power or what I call Beast Tank, the OL is unbalanced and JAW block which is everyone on OL inside track blocks.  Or you can have play side inside track and backside same or block GOLD.  I usually have the outside back block out of the DE, the next back takes out CB and inside back looks for inside lb.  Beast back runs through the two blocks.  Here's an article on it https://coachparker.org/2013/02/11/best-youth-football-play-beast-right-tank/  and here is a video https://youtu.be/rYcAm9BPkHk

If you run a counter out of the Beast in a shotgun.  I will run an even OL.  They all will inside track block or JAW again but the play side TE will block out ofnthe DE.   I will send all three backs into the 5 or 6 hole on the counter.  The Beast back will counter step and follow backs into the hole.

I do not pull very much since it is not really all that effective in my opinion.  We try to hit the hole very fast. 

These simple blocks work for us all the time.  You can check out more on my YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/stephenparker or at CoachParker.org.  My Power Wing Beast Offense Playbook for Youth Football is also at CoachParker.org. 

Good luck,
Parker


I have seen some different options with respect to Beast blocking.  I am trying to keep it simple and mesh with some of the blocking that we are doing in hthe DW.  Here is what I am thinking:
- For Power
     - have the line blocking in TKO with slant towards the inside - no pulls 
     - TE will block the DE depending on whether he takes an inside rush (as part of the wall) or an outside rush (guide him deep). 
     - The QB will read that TE block and either cut up or go wide. 
     - outside back either doubling the DE or getting the CB (what do others do?)
     - middle back goes through hole and looks inside (what do others do?)
     - inside back leads through hole and looks inside (what do others do?)

- For counter
     - have the line blocking in TKO with slant towards the inside
     - BSG pulls with C and BST blocking down.  BSG is going through hole and sealing off inside (like circle drill)
     - TE will block the DE depending on whether he takes an inside rush (as part of the wall) or an outside rush (guide him deep). 
     - QB hands off to middle back and fakes power 
     - outside back seals off the back side
     - middle back reads the TE block on counter
     - inside back leads through hole on counter and looks inside (what do others do?)

I am looking for an easy way to explain this to 4th/5th graders without giving them too many concepts since I am also getting them into DW where we really only pull BSG.  Thoughts?
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It was a non-event.
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General Discussion / Re: Pinging Dave Cisar
« Last post by Michael on Today at 12:45:54 AM »
I-55 back to Chicago is brutal. All the Mustangs and trucks in the left-hand lane aren't helping matters.
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General Discussion / Re: Pinging Dave Cisar
« Last post by gumby_in_co on Today at 12:25:32 AM »
I thought the crowds were over hyped where I was. I heard I-25 South was jammed all the way from the Cheyenne to the CO/WY line from people taking selfies in front of the state line sign. I-76 was smooth sailing. 3.5 hours home. Very much worth the drive. It got DARK and the temp dropped to 60 degrees.
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I am being hit up because tomorrow is "Meet The Teacher Night". 

I get it, WE STILL PRACTICE! 
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General Offense Discussion / Re: Beast blocking
« Last post by DKTurtle on Yesterday at 11:32:39 PM »
I don't mean to snap it to a sniffer but rather have each sniffer form the wedge, each with a flipper on the QT. The snap would go to the QB who would run behind the wedge the sniffers create. In my limited experience with the wedge, if it formed it was tough to stop. The sniffers can be in a position where it is nearly formed presnap.
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General Discussion / Re: Well at least i dont have to get that excuse again
« Last post by CoachDP on Yesterday at 11:27:26 PM »
Two parents have already let me know their kids wont be there tonight due to being out of town for the eclipse.

The county wouldn't let us practice outside because of it.

--Dave
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General Defense Discussion / Re: About the DC Killer Bee
« Last post by JustPlay on Yesterday at 11:24:57 PM »
We installed in 15 minutes before a scrimmage - Other coach was going to Hawaii and wanted to get in a scrimmage so he did not feel guilty. out of 40 defensive plays we gave up 3 runs over 2 yards. We did get beat once with a corner pass for 30 yards for a td.

Base defense is simple to install. Pass coverage takes some time to get used to. most kids have played man all their life. We are one week 3 of pass coverage and it still is not perfect especially against the overload or flood. Today we ran QB roll out drills. We looked amazing untill I added the roll flare pass and rb fake dive out pass. It puts pressure on your boys to make a play.
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General Discussion / Re: Pinging Dave Cisar
« Last post by mahonz on Yesterday at 10:53:54 PM »
Bill Nye the science guy was about 20 miles from my home- hosting a party of about 13,000 people in a town that has less than 1/2 of that in total population

THere were literally hundress of people just parked along the gravel roads leading to my house- most from out of state??

Took one of my daughters to lunch in Lincoln- we easily passed 300 cars from my home to Lincoln- which on a normal day would have been 30
The restaurant was empty- we had a blast  ;D

Even the airbnbs areound here were all booked up they said lots of first time renters etc

I read that Wyo's population was about 570K and that 600K would visit today.

My immediate thought....gonna need more toilets.  :)

Good for the local economies for sure.
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