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Offline CoachDP

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Re: DCUBSW vs aggressive defense
« Reply #45 on: November 03, 2017, 03:13:21 AM »
The coach makes the rules, unless the coach allows the players to.

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Re: DCUBSW vs aggressive defense
« Reply #46 on: November 06, 2017, 09:42:20 AM »
Thanks for the contribution to this post from Coaches Cisar, Potter, Rob, C-Rob, and others. We were able to pull out a tough game and advance to the championship game this weekend with a 20-14 victory on the last the play of the game (Mouse 47 Sweep).

Adjustments used Nasty(split 2-4 yards away) 16 Power Omaha, 18 power tight (4 back blocked down,  R. End doubled with 4 back, 3 wraps, 1 back stay tight).
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              C E B  t t  t  t      E
                   x.x.c.x.x.x....e
                                 3       4                          2
                   1           

Also the center received many accolades. No bad snaps unlike from the first game. Many contacted snapping reps in practice and pregame. Also received help from the PG, did not pull the entire game to make the center comfortable. 16 pass was open but more work is needed. Attempted once but incomplete after ball was under thrown and receiver could not play for it.
                   

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Re: DCUBSW vs aggressive defense
« Reply #47 on: November 06, 2017, 09:54:06 AM »
Thanks for the contribution to this post from Coaches Cisar, Potter, Rob, C-Rob, and others. We were able to pull out a tough game and advance to the championship game this weekend with a 20-14 victory on the last the play of the game (Mouse 47 Sweep).

Adjustments used Nasty(split 2-4 yards away) 16 Power Omaha, 18 power tight (4 back blocked down,  R. End doubled with 4 back, 3 wraps, 1 back stay tight).
                         F
                                B                              c
              C E B  t t  t  t      E
                   x.x.c.x.x.x....e
                                 3       4                          2
                   1           

Also the center received many accolades. No bad snaps unlike from the first game. Many contacted snapping reps in practice and pregame. Also received help from the PG, did not pull the entire game to make the center comfortable. 16 pass was open but more work is needed. Attempted once but incomplete after ball was under thrown and receiver could not play for it.
                 
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Offline Wing-n-It

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Re: DCUBSW vs aggressive defense
« Reply #48 on: November 06, 2017, 11:53:15 AM »
Here's an idea: Make sure they know when bathroom breaks are taken. Before practice and during water breaks, for example. Any time a player leaves a drill for a bathroom break, time them. When they return, they must make up double that time in the drill. That way, they make up the time missed, then realize that the bathroom, rather than get them out of a drill, will get them more of that drill. Yes, it will waste time, initially, but over time, bathroom breaks will stop being a problem. Consider it an investment.
Dude I love this.

*I just had a "why didn't I think of that" moment*
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Offline PSLCOACHROB

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Re: DCUBSW vs aggressive defense
« Reply #49 on: November 07, 2017, 06:38:38 AM »
Thanks for the contribution to this post from Coaches Cisar, Potter, Rob, C-Rob, and others. We were able to pull out a tough game and advance to the championship game this weekend with a 20-14 victory on the last the play of the game (Mouse 47 Sweep).

Adjustments used Nasty(split 2-4 yards away) 16 Power Omaha, 18 power tight (4 back blocked down,  R. End doubled with 4 back, 3 wraps, 1 back stay tight).
                         F
                                B                              c
              C E B  t t  t  t      E
                   x.x.c.x.x.x....e
                                 3       4                          2
                   1           

Also the center received many accolades. No bad snaps unlike from the first game. Many contacted snapping reps in practice and pregame. Also received help from the PG, did not pull the entire game to make the center comfortable. 16 pass was open but more work is needed. Attempted once but incomplete after ball was under thrown and receiver could not play for it.
                 
Congrats on the win. Nice job. The answers are always there.