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Georgia Southern Eagles OPTION FOOTBALL Playbook Mid-’90’s_ / Paul Johnson 2.204 pax ‘90’s Georgia Southern Eagles OPTION FOOTBALL Playbook Paul Johnson Table Of Contents Georgia Southern Run Guidelines 12-18 Quarterback Play In The Option 19-42 Quarterback General Guidelines Identification Of Defensive Fronts, 43-52 Techniques, & Terminology Offensive Vocabulary 53-62 Offensive Formations, & Motion 63-70 Calls (includes incomplete section 70A-70J) Runs & Play Action 71-138 Passing Plays 139-219 -Georgia Southern Run Guidlines 1. Be Ready to throw uncovered out of Trips, Wide Spread and Over Sets (Brown and Green). 2. Run 10-11, 10-11 Twirl and 10-11 White to the B Gap defensive lineman (3 Technique DT or 4i) side. The Midline Count begins with the read man the B Gap Defender as #1; #2 is the next down lineman; #3 is flat defender. If you get two 2i's run to where #3 in Midline count is farthest, and treat as a pull read. Versus a head up (Zero Nose) 50 Defense can run the play to the side called. a. 10-11 will be a B-Back read and Pitch play. The B Gap Defender is the read man and the End will be the Pitch Key. The PSA will arc for Flat Defender. - pay E b. 10-11 Twirl is a B-Back read and Qaurterback Follow play, The B Gap Defender is the read man, our Tackle will curn out on the End, and the PSA will lead up on the linebacker(1 Backer A has OLB; 2 backers he has PSLB). s s 3 e td ° N c. 10-11 White is a B-Back read and Qaurterback Follow play. The B Gap Defender is the read man, our Tackle will turn out on the End, and the PSA will Fold inside and lead on linebacker(1 Backer A has OLB; 2 backers he has PSLB). BSA has tail motion on snap count. e e - e a fae Sees - BAO. ° — (> 3. 12-13 is our inside veer play. We will Load when run support is inside the Tackle box. Our option count begins with the first Down lineman ‘ touching or outside our PST being #1 , the read Key; #2 is the next man out Line to LB'er Level to Secondary; and #3 is run support Example: 1) Tackle calls "3" or "4i" to determine #1 2) Tackle calls "inside" or “outside” as to wether the LB is in the option count("in" line or A-back account for him,"out" QB treats him as #2 and reads(pitch key) or EZ stunt. 3) Find 1,2,3 and NDB's( there are two NDB's on the field to each side; thus, in Over and Heavy both NDB's are to that side). 4) Load when #3 is inside the box a FIs. fe = B ae 2e 2° @A = eas = 2 oo. . Raa «(OM A) € BO pr = a reeHue * as 8 ii hanes eS “e222 8 . Se aoS . 5) If we have 12-13 (Load) called into an Eagle look, the QB can only run Load into the Eagle, when we don't have a MLB'er. Otherwise we should check 28-29. An Eagle defense is a 3 technique, a LB'er at depth over the PST, anda 7TQ Alam buck th Bien Kick ate . & ae: a Te sore Reo neo ones 2 o - enale DeFowse Rerece Depense 6) If Trips 12-13 is called and #3 is outside the box, then check 16- 17 to the Trips side. Out of Trips you can't run Load you don't have a PSA to Load; and there isn't one to Arc #3. 7) 12-13 Zip is blocking scheme used to the shade side of a Stack defense. Where the OLB is outside and #3 is outside the box. Ke a ¢ v ctibe J © 8) 12-13 with a "Slip" call is a play that lets the Center base-reach the A-gap defender and allows the PST to outside release because there is no B-gap LB'er run through. The PST outside releases and gets MLB, the PSG delivers the A-gap defender and doesn't allow B-gap run through. oe o : a oor > od ae Zz “suee "sup" 9) 12-13 with a “Geronimo” call is a blocking scheme used verses a 6-1 Defense and the Center can stop the MLB from hitting the B-gap. PST outside releases and gets the Mike. Ws uc 10) 12-13 Cowboy and Cowboy Load is a double option scheme where the B-back will block #1 and we will option off #2. Also, We want to run Cowboy when a LB'er walks up into the line(only the QB and B have to Know) run Load when #3 is inside and 12-13 when #3 is outside. -- ds 7 PoE eed sen” Raley ' i eet ual the OB will ride the B-back to sell 12-13 and then reverse out and use the BSA as a lead blocker. Run the counter, fo the A- gapdefender : 7 > | “ede sy at oo a § 4. 16-17 Twirl is the Speed Option with the B-back, work to get the ball pitched. The pitch key is #2 in the option count. With an Eagle defense, you call "Special” and pitch off #1; the BSG will pull secure 3 TQ and get BSLB'er, PSA would block #2. You Also could call Twirl Special When #2 is off_and #3 is in the middle. eel) Sek] oom We Tuiee 7 is our Counter Dive option. We want to run this to the smallest fnnique. The pitch key is #2, work to get the ball pitched. When #2 is on line step away, seat the ball then open letting the BSG through, taKe a ture of #1 and work around to #2. 28-29 is a Two-way option play run to am Eagle look . We pitch off #1 as g as #2 is off the line and #3 is inside the box. Check your best 12- Load) play otherwise. 7 “ot Se / Tos as £7 i ieweaes ge 28 28-29 Solid is run to an Shade-S side(can run it to a 2i-5 side) of a ‘ensefout of spread)or away from trips. You would pitch off #2. © we Wa® 7 ee ome plays we will run from the Heavy package are : 5 28-29 Solid Rebel out of heavy no matter what. There is no pitch as you look to follow the B-back. mS < cool tj - 2. 44-45 the Belly dive. btgpe\ - 3. 48-49(Load) the Belly Option. We start our count on the Belly on from the over Tackle and the A-back(will Load)unless #3 is outside ‘box. (heck 81-82(Shuttle Pass) and 81-82 Eagle( QB Draw) to the 3 TQ, QB Ins like 360-370 and runs the ball in the PS A seam. In running the Offense the We would: 1, Find the FS. 2. Find the number of LB'ers in the tackle box. 3. See if they had an odd or even number of DLinemen. 4, Align in a balanced Offense Set and see if the Defense lines up in a balanced defensive alignment. If they don't we would attack the numbers. If when they aligned balanced we would attack where we would have the Angles on blocks(especially on the PSLB'er). This is where, we would run the ball, to where the LB'er kicked from and the secondary is balanced. If aligned balanced and we don't have angles we would look for personnel mismatches. 5, Align in an unbalanced Set and see where the FS is aligned. In the box and nobody goes over to unbalanced we would attack the numbers. If they take someone over we would attack the side, they took him from. 6. In attacking a triple stack look from a balanced set we would want to know, if the backers are "In" or "Out". If,"In" go back to where they kicked the LB'ers from or away from the secondary roll. Then get into heavy or Over Sets making them declare their backers or coverage. an a In listing Defensive Fronts at Ga. Southern University, we will use the defensive techniques and call them from weak to strong. The weak side will be the short side of the field if we don't have a strength offensively. With a balanced offensive look and the ball in the middle of the field, we will read the techniques from left(weak) to right(strong). for example #1: Defense #1 a FIs c 9off : as 5 ee 66 3 = 1 ae eT eeaedee py aeetieepe cae ae 4 eye oO oa COQ0O saeco oO 3 O aa O° a for example #2 Defense #2 c c Off e i tie 7 = 3 7 © oon a THE QUARTERBACK THE BOTTOM LINE . Three questions can be asked about a quarterback prospect to determine if the prospect is an ‘option quarterback. When the three questions are answered with a "yes" than more likely the prospect can be an option quarterback. He may not be a Colorado or an Air Force style quarterback, but, he can run the option effectively to win football games. The first question is, regardless of athletic ability, does the prospect have the willingness to get off the ground after 2 "big hit", call the same play and run it aggressively? If the answer is "yes" he has the mental and physical toughness to be an option quarterback. Mental and physical toughness is the quarterback's ability to remain poised, confident, determined, and courageous regardless of what happens on the field, or off the field. Mental and physical toughness, not sheer athletic ability is the key ingredient in a winning quarterback. A quarterback who has average athletic ability and endowed with mental and. physical toughness is more likely to win than a quarterback with excellent athletic ability and marginal toughness. The second question, does the quarterback have enough athletic ability (speed, quickness, balance) to run for a first down on third and seven when the defense forces the quarterback to carry the ball on an option play? if the answer is "yes" the quarterback can be an effective option quarterback. The third question, does the prospect have the willingness to be an option quarterback? For the answer to be "yes" the quarterback prospect must be willing to execute option plays, not just tolerate running the option. THE INTANGIBLES Without question mental toughness, physical toughness, and caring are the three most important intangibles in a winning quarterback. That lesson was leamed in 1979, Our team had a freshman quarterback from Muskogee, Oklahoma. He was five foot ten and a little bit . and weighed about one hundred and sixty-two pounds. The young man was recruited by one college football program as a quarterback. Coaches considered him too small for the rigors of college footbal. But, the little quarterback from Muskogee High School is one of four quarterbacks in NCAA history to rush for over 2,000 yards and pass for over 4,000 yards in his college career. Entering his senior season in 1982, only Dan Marino and John Elway produced more total offensive yards in their college careers. And the firtle quarterback from Oklahoma certainly didn't have the supporting cast surrounding the two NFL greats. The quarterback from Muskogee was a gifted athlete with magic in his feet and daring in his heart. He possessed the intangibles coaches relish talking about in quarterbacks. He was unselfish, he had the "want to” (desire), an infectious positive attitude, along with other numerous intangible qualities. But, those intangibles weren't the prime reason he was successful. There was another quality within him which gave him the ablity to carry a 1-10 ‘team, his freshman season, to three consecutive winning seasons, culminated with an 8-3 record his senior year, He met ail the demands for perfection in practice with tenacity and a smile. He faced Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, and other clearly superior football tears with the same tenacity and the same smile. The tenacity was toughness, both mental and physical. But, what made the mental and physical toughness a force on and off the fie the way he cared. He cated about himself, in an unselfish way, he cared about his teammates, he cased about the coaches, and cared about the people involved with the football team. The more he cared the more the other players followed his lead. The team followed Prince MeJunckins, a quarterback at Wichita State University, and a 1-10 football team began to change i's fortunes. His caring was an emotional investment in the football team An emotional investment is the biggest investment a player makes to his team. Defining leadership to suit our needs and experiences, as football coaches, is often a struggle with ideas and words. We wish to define leadership in personal terms the way the great football coaches of the past defined leadership in their terms, But, in 1979 the definition of leadership became as clear as a bright, crisp, October afternoon in Kansas. Leadership was simply caring. COACHING THE OPTION QUARTERBACK Ten years of experience coaching option quarterbacks has developed a variety of thoughts on coaching an option quarterback. A critical coaching point in applying these thoughts is to be consistent with the style of coaching from one quarterback to another quarterback. Coach a young quarterback as you ‘would want your son to be coached. Coach the quarterbacks the same, regardless of athletic ability. Remember all the apples don't ripen at the same time. Some quarterbacks can mentally and physically accomplish a variety of tasks without much difficulty. Others struggle with the same tasks. More than likely it is because they aren't mentally and physically mature enough to accomplish those tasks. Allow a young quarterback ample time to develop. Some of the finest apples ripen late in the fall. To coach and develop an option quarterback: 1. Set expectations, Expect each quarterback to be mentally and physically tough. Expect perfect execution of fundamentals, techniques, and assignments. Expect the quarterback to respect the football and to protect the ball as he executes the offense. Expect each of them to practice and play fixe an All-Conference or All-American quarterback, regardless of athletic ability. The lack of ability never lowers the expectations. The expectations raises the ability. Take time to outline and explain the expectations. 2. Demand perfection, Demand all the little things be done property. Insist on perfection in each snap count, each first step, each technique, and each play execution. Force him to concentrate all the time, Don't allow the quarterback to go through the motions, even when he is doing something as simple as handing off to the fullback. If perfection isn't demanded, then what is acceptable as good enough to win? When perfection isn't demanded, mediocrity is acceptable. . Mediocrity isn't good enough to win and most of al it isn't fair to the quarterbacks of the team. Don't allow marginal athletic ability to be an excuse not to work towards perfection. coach can't possibly attain perfection from a young man playing football, but, without the demand for perfection a quarterback can't improve. 3. Challenge decisions, The biggest part of coaching an option quarterback is to teach the decision-making process. After the quarterback understands the process the next coaching step is to challenge the quarterback’s decisions. Challenging the quarterback’s decision is an integral part of his education a8 a decision-maker. The challenge puts the quarterback in a mindset that no decision can be taken for granted. Oo Challenge the quarterback's decision whether the decision was right or wrong. ‘Ask him after each play which requires a decision why he made a particular -decision. Ask him to be specific. Hi Challenge the quarterback after he made a correct decision by asking him with disbelief in your voice. "Why did you make that decision?" The question tests the quarterback's understanding of the decision-making process and his confidence in his decisions. 4 Share respansibility, The quarterback must understand he shares, in part, the responsibility for his coaching. A quarterback must be responsible to coach himself because of the time constraints of a practice schedule. No young quarterback takes enough repetitions in practice to become totally proficient at the variety of factors necessary to execute an offense. In order to add to ‘the physical repetitions a quarterback receives in practice he must add mental repetitions by observing. A quarterback must lear to place himself under the center when another quarterback is involved in a drill or executing the offense. As an observer he must critique his counter part and lear from what he did correctly or incorrectly. To insure the quarterback is taking the responsibility to coach himself test his awareness every second or third play by asking him a question. Force his mind to work overtime. THE QUARTERBACK AND THE OPTION For a quarterback prospect to develop into an option quarterback he must be coached to understand: 1. the theories behind the option plays and how the quarterback brings life to those theories. 2 the decision-making process which enables the quarterback to make the proper decisions to effectively execute the offense. 3. how to protect himself when he runs the football, and 4. how important it is to respect and protect the football. THE QUARTEBACK'S WILLINGNESS For the quarterback to make a contribution to the offense he must be willing to: 1. take the initiative and the time, on and off the field, to prepare himself mentally and physically. 2. become a student of option football by giving his attention and energy to detail (doing the “little things"), and 3. accept the positive and negative aspects of being a quarterback in stride and never allow either the positives or negatives to effect his attitude or performance on or off the field. THE QUARTERBACK'S FIELD LEADERSHIP A quarterback's on-the-field leadership comes from his ability to: 1 2 3 4. control the huddle, congratulate the good play and forgive the poor play, understand and execute the offense, and understand the opponent's defense. THE QUARTERBACK AND WINNING ‘A quarterback to win football games must: 1 2 3 4 s. eliminate mental errors, make proper decisions, protect the football and have no tumavers, prevent lost yardage plays, and not make the play which loses a game for the team. G THE IDEAL QUARTERBACK ed An ideal option quarterback is: 1 4 s. 9. a young man who is mentally and physically tough, @ young man who cares, a young man who is a threat as a runner and a good medium range passer, ‘a young man who can concentrate for extended periods of time, - a young man who is able to respond to defensive pressures to prevent lost yardage plays, turnovers, or the play that can lose the team a game. a young man who makes decisions and lives with those decisions, ‘a young man who strives to develop as a sound fundamental player in both phases of the offense, run and pass. ‘a young man who iS a student of the gme with the ability to recognize and understand defenses to make the pre-snap reads to judge the intent of the defense before the ball is snapped, and a young man who is a student of the game who can understand the play selections used in the “Check with me” (audibles) phase of the offense. a DECISIONMAKING The ability to make the decisions to execute an offense is the true measure of a quarterback. Quarterbacking is decision-making. The quarterback's decisions win or lose football games. Regardless of the style of an offense a coach designs, it won't be successful unless the quarterback makes a significant number of correct decisions. Athletkc ability and mental and physical toughness are key ingredients in a quality quarterback. “But, 2 quarterback with these qualities can't get on the field when he doesn't possess the decision-making ability which allows the offense to move the ball. The most important and difficult technique to coach in amy offense is the quarterback's decision-making. The difficulty arises in preparing the quarterback for the numerous variables, either offensively or defensively, which influence the quarterback's decisions. The quarterback's decision-making in an option offense is the key to success because of the number of decisions an option quarterback must make in a game. To be a successful decision-maker the quarterback must be coached to understand and execute a simple and logical decision-making process. A quarterback can't be expected to be one hundred percent correct with his decisions, In football that is impossible when twenty-two players react on the snap of the ball. But, ‘two very important results must occur when the quarterback makes a wrong decision. First, the initial wrong decision isn't followed by another poor decision. Usually the second wrong decision creates a lost yardage play or a tumover. Second is, the offense has possession of the football after the quarterback makes an incorrect decision. ‘The quarterback must understand he will make X number of wrong decisions in the course of the game. Those X number of wrong decisions are acceptable if the offense has possession of the football when the whistle blows to end the play. An offense can recover from a quarterback's wrong decision, but often can’t recover from a tumover. Regardless of how complex double or triple option decisions appear those decisions aren't complex when a simple, logical decision-making process is coached, practiced and applied in a game. In an option offense the quarterback must have the decision-making tools ‘to minimize the risks in an option offense. An option quarterback to consistently make the proper decisions must be coached to: 1, make one way decisions, 2 pre-snap read the defense, and 3. understand the perimeter of the defense. ONE WAY DECISIONS The key to consistently making correct decisions in an option offense is for the quarterback to make one way decisions, One way decisions are predetermined in the huddle or at the line of scrimmage. Ina double option play the quarterback can't come down the fine of scrimmage to option number three, hesitate and then decide whether to pitch the ball to the tailback or not to pitch the ball. The decision can be predetermined for the quarterback with a one way decision-making process. The one way decision-making process removes any hesitancy because the process instructs the quarterback exactly what to do when he reaches number three. The one way decision-making process instructs the quarterback to pitch the ball off number three, until number three won't allow him to pitch the bail. When the quarterback takes the snap and comes down the line of scrimmage he tells himself, “Pitch, pitch, until number three won't let me pitch.” If the quarterback can't pitch because number three plays in the pitch, the only choice left is keep the ball and run. The one way decision-making process gives the quarterback one chcice on a double option - pitch the ball. When that choice is eliminated, the next logical choice to keep the ‘ball is 2 natural reaction. . Reading triple option plays separates the true option quarterback from quarterbacks who run the option. A triple option quarterback must make back to back decisions in less than a heartbeat. First, he must decide whether or not to hand the ball to the fullback. Second, when the ball isn't handed to the fullback he must decide whether to pitch or keep the ball. The quarterback's pre-snap read and one way decision-making process for the read phase of a triple option play were discussed in Chapter 8, 60 Read Series. For the option phase of a triple option play the quarterback applies the one way decision-making process used for a double option. THE PRE-SNAP READ The quarterback's pre-snap read is a search for information which enables him to react to the defense when the ball & snapped. The pre-snap read supplies the quarterback with the information necessary to attack the defense with confidence. The quarterback’s pre-snap_ read is like Columbo searching for clues at a crime scene to help solve an intricate case. The quarterback's pre-snap read is a search for clues which enables him to execute the offense ‘with a minimum of risk in two ways: 1, The quarterback uses the pre-snap read to mentally isolate the defensive player, or players who are involved in the decision-making process. The pre-snap read prevents the quarterback from reading the wrong defender or ‘optioning the wrong defender. Both errors easily create tumovers. 2 The pre-snap read acts as an alert to prevent the quarterback from being surprised by the defense and is in a position to lose yardage or the ball The quarterback makes a pre-snap read for a double option by asking three questions as he walks to the line of scrimmage. The three questions are: 1, Where is the free safety? The quarterback asks the question to fe determine if the secondary coverage is balanced or overshifted. This question prevents the offense from running option plays into overshifted coverages where the chance of success is minimal. 2. Where is number three (the option man)? The quarterback must locate number three to insure the correct defender is optioned. When the quarterback pitches off the wrong defender there is a potential for a turnover. |. Where is umber four? The alignment of a number alerts the quarterback to number three's option responsibility, quarterback or pitch, Number four’s alignment tells him whether the run support blocker can effectively block number four to allow the tailback to run the option alley. Also, number four’s alignment alerts the quarterback to the possibility of a secondary blitz by the strong safety or a comerback. Without the awareness of number four's alignment there is a potential for a turnover. ~L The quarterback makes a pre-snap read for a triple option by asking four questions. The four questions are: 1, Where is the free safety? (For the same reasons as for the double option.) 2 Where is the read man? The read man's alignment on the offensive guard ‘or tackle establishes the quarterback's one way decision-making process for reading triple option play. 3. Where js umber three? (For the same reasons as for the double option.) 4. Where is number faur? (For the same reasons as for the double option.) When the quarterback answers these questions he can execute the option with confidence and with a minimum of risk. THE PERIMETER DEFENSE The quarterback must have a fundamental knowledge of perimeter defenses to execute an option play. He must understand how the defense reacts from a variety of perimeter alignments to defend the option. Ako he must recognize the perimeter defense to determine whether the offense has a number advantage or disadvantage based on the alignment. The defenders in the perimeter defense are the quarterback's alphabet to read the perimeter defense. The perimeter defenders include: the option man (number three), the run support defender (number four, either a defensive back or an outside linebacker), the free safety, and the defensive backs responsible for the deep half or third of the field. ‘The diagram illustrates the perimeter defenders for a seven man front with a four deep secondary. 2 oO ‘The Diagram illustrates the perimeter defenders for an eight man front with a three deep secondary. ¢ i c me mw Oo oO oO The Diagram illustrates an offensive number disadvantage (an overshifted coverage). The defense has three defensive backs aligned over two receivers. Ss The quarterback must understand that the alignment of number four in relation to number three is a key to determine the defense's perimeter option responsibilities. When the quarterback understands how the relationship between number three and number four can help him determine the defense's option responsibilities, the quarterback can pre-snap the Jerimeter defense to minimize the risks. To run an option play the quarterback must know pe ible for the quarterback and which defender is responsible for the which defender is responsit pitch. When number three has soft number four (either a strong safety or a comerback) aligned outside, more than likely number three has the pitch, number four is a deep pass defender, and number two Is responsible for the quarterback. The Diagram illustrates number three with a soft number four (a strong safety) and the ‘option responsibilities. 4 | | 4 i S c a = 2 7 oY f° 0®@O0 4 Me Piven — oO — Pret 8 When number three has a hard number four (either a strong safety or a comerback) +i) aligned outside, more than fikely number three has the quarterback and number four is. responsible for the pitch. ‘The Diagram illustrates number three with a hard number four (a comerback) and the ‘option responsibilities. Prive 98 O Puree oul ‘The Diagram illustrates the end to the pitch technique by an outside linebacker (defensive end) in a nine technique. a 8 OO0800 ° ° oO ON a THE QUARTERBACK'S OPTION TECHNIQUE When the 40-60 Series was being developed the quarterback's option technique was to attack the inside shoulder of the option man, This option technique was the universal option technique coached in high school and college football. But, as the 40-60 Series continued to develop the quarterback's option technique underwent a transition. The transition was set in motion by the athlete playing quarterback. Instead of the conventional option technique of attacking the option man’s inside shoulder he attempted to run across the option man's face. He was corrected time after time, but, he naturally continued trying to run across the option man’s face. It didn't take long to realize his option technique was very effective. At that point the principle of the quarterback's option technique was changed. The quarterback was now coached to run at the option man's nose. The change was made because it became apparent the quarterback was a greater threat ‘on the perimeter of the defense by trying to run across the option man's face. Often as the quarterback attacked the option man's inside shoulder the quarterback's relationship to the option man created a problem for the quarterback. The combination of the quarterback's downhill angle to the option man's inside shoulder and the option man sfiding upfield created a problem. The option man slid upfield about two yards ta keep the quarterback inside. The defensive technique invited the quarterback to take the inside running lane. The running iane was narrow and not far removed from the inside pursuit. The quarterback was continually forced to cutback inte the heart of the defense for short gains and big “hits”. The Diagram illustrates the option man up the field to force the quarterback into a narrow running lane. For an option play to be successful the quarterback must challenge the option man. The quarterback challenges the option man by getting to within an arm's length away from the ‘option man before he pitches the ball : THE EYES ‘A quarterback options a defender with his feet, his hands, and his eyes. ‘The feet get the ‘quarterback to the option man. A short step triggers the pitch. The hands pitch the bail, The eyes read the intentions of the option man. The quarterback must watch the option man's body and feet in order not to be caught flat-footed as the option man reacts. When the option man's feet stop, the bail is pitched. The eyes also look the pitch into the tailback's hands. The quarterback “looks the pitch in" to insure the tailback is in position to receive the pitch. He “looks the pitch in* to make sure the pitch is on target. A quarterback who “looks the pitch in" is the player who is in the best position to recover an errant or dropped pitch. THE PITCH ‘The quarterback's decision-making process and his application of the option technique are critical to an option play. So is his ability to piteh the football, ‘A fundamentally sound option pitch begins with the grip of the bail The ball is gripped on the stripe of the ball with the thumb and forefinger of the passing hand. The other hand ‘grips the football the same way. The stripe is surrounded by the thumbs and forefingers of Both hands. The remaining six fingers are spread comfortably, firmly gripping the football. The grip is called two points of pressure, The football is protected with two hands if the quarterback gets hit unexpectedly. Option pitches are made from two points of pressure with the ball held in front of the Jersey numbers. The quarterback's arms are close to his side, but, the elbows aren't pinned ‘against the rib cage. As the quarterback runs the bail shifts slightly from side to side in front of the jersey numbers. On an option play the quarterback holds the ball with two points, of pressure until he is ready to pitch the football. As long as the quarterback holds the bal with two points of pressure he is a threat to pitch the ball on the line of scrimmage or downfield. That threat makes the defense cautious and less aggressive. 9 From two points of pressure the quarterback can make the ideal pitch, The ideal pitch is a soft, arcing, end-over-end pitch which the tailback can catch with one hand. The quarterback won't or can't always make the ideal pitch, but, the ideal pitch is always his ‘objective. It is his pitch objective to make sure the taifback can reach out with the playside hand and while in stride catch the pitch with one hand. The tailback helps the quarterback target the pitch by extending his playside arm and hand as he runs the option arc. ‘The pitch is triggered with the quarterback's feet. To pitch the ball the quarterback takes a short step (9 to 12 inches) with the foot nearest the taiback. He steps into the tailback as he pitches the football. The step allows the quarterback:to make a fluid motion with his arms. The pitch hand may move with or slightly behind the step. To produce a soft end-over-end pitch the quarterback fiips the bottom point of the football up. The thumb pushes down, the hand rotates up, and the arm extends to pitch the ball to the tailback. The quarterback follows through by pushing the paim of his hand at the tailback's facemask and looking the pitch into the tailback's hands. The ideal pitch the one the quarterback is coached to make as he develops the technique to pitch the ball, But, as an option quarterback develops he must leam to make 2 variety (long, short, hard, soft) of pitches. He must leam to make a variety of pitches to compensate for the differences in pitch relationship which are created by the reactions of 30 the defense from play to play. However, the quarterback must always work to make the ideal pitch regardless of the pitch relationship. it a discipline that develops a fundamentally sound quarterback and very few poor pitches. ‘An important coaching point for coaching the pitch is to teach and dri the quarterback's pitch technique before he i drilled on the option technique. For an orderly progression take it one step at a time. First, teach the quarterback to itch the ball, Second, teach the quarterback the option technique. Then put the two techniques together. | OPTIONING DEFENDERS The quarterback coaching points to option a slow play defender are: 1. Pre-smap read the defense. Anticipate the intentions of the defense before the ball is snapped. 2. Always think hard end. Be prepared to pitch the ball quickly. 3. Mentally set in motion the one way decision-rhaking process. ("Pitch, pitch, until the option man won't let me pitch the ball 4. Come off the mesh holding the ball with two points of pressure in front of the jersey numbers to be prepared to pitch at any time. 5S. Attack the option man's nose. Clase the gap as quick as possible, ‘but remain under control to pitch the ball on any step. 6 Keep the eyes focused on the option man's body. See his feet with Ba) the bottom of the eyes. When the back foot plants, pitch the ball, 7. Challenge the option man. Close to within an arm's length or closer Before pitching the ball. Don't allow the option man to be an alley player. When the option man widens to maintain outside leverage Continue to chase him ta pitch the ball. To pitch the ball look over the option man's inside shoulder to rris-drect him. To keep the ball look over his outside shoulder to mis-direct him. & Run to the option alley on a keep. Run hash, numbers, and to the boundary to run away from the defense. 9. Look the pitch into the tailback's hands. 10. Don't get hit. The quarterback's coaching points to option a hard end defender are: 1. Pre-snap read the defense. Anticipate the intentions of the defense before the ball is snapped. 2. Always think hard end. Be prepared to pitch the ball quickly. :H Mentally set in motion the one way decision-making process. a (Pitch, pitch, until the option man won't let me pitch the bail.’ J 4 Come off the mesh holding the ball with two points of pressure in front of the jersey numbers to be prepared to pitch any time. 5. Keep the eyes focused on the option man's body. See his feet with ‘the bottom of the eyes. 6. The instant the front numbers on the option man's jersey are seen plant the foot closest to the fine of scrimmage, step with the opposite foot, and pitch the ball, Be aware of the option man spreading and waving his arms to knock down the pitch, Practice pitching the bail ‘over or under the option man's outstretched arms. 7. Don't get hit. Pitch and back pedal or side step away from the hard end. When the hard end makes contact, go imp. Don't resist the tackle. The quarterback’s coaching points to option the end to the pitch are: 1, Pre-snap read the defense. 2 Always think hard end. Mentally set in motion the one way decision-making process. 4. Come off the mesh helding the ball with twa points of pressure in front of the jersey numbers to be prepared to pitch any time. 5. Challenge the option man. As he moves upfield to take the pitch adjust the angle from his nose to a point a yard inside his near hip. Stay on the angle to widen the inside running fane and run to the option «alley. Run hash, numbers, and to the boundary to run away from the defense. 6. Maintain the two points of pressure in the open field to remain a threat to pitch the bal. 7. Don’t get hit. ‘The Oiagram illustrates the quarterback’s running lane when the end goes to the pitch. - opred >. Aurey an a OPTIONING A DEFENSIVE LINEMAN A quarterback for the most part options a defensive player in a two point stance. Aecasionally he options a defensive lineman in a three or four point stance. The coaching ints and techniques are the same as for optioning a defender in a two point stance, But, the quarterback must be aware a down lineman usually plays a hard end technique. REDUCING THE RISKS The quarterback reduces the risks of executing an option play by adhering to several option niles. The option rules are part of the quarterback's option technique. The rules are: 1. Always think hard end. Be mentally prepared for defensive pressure from the option man or a secondary itz, 2 When in doubt. don't. When the defensive reactions create any doubt in the decision-making process, keep the ball, 3 Don's pitch in the grasp, When in the grasp of a’ defender the play over. Protect the bail. 4. Don't pitch the ball blind Look the pitch in, Make sure the tailback is in position to catch the pitch. 5. Never pitch aff qumbar twa (except on options which are designed to option number two). When the ball is pitched off number two the option man can attack the tailback as he is about to catch the pitch. Pitching ‘off number two is a turnover decision. 6. Get the hall pitched to the tailback. Pitch the ball when the defensive reactions allow the ball to be pitched. Qon't keep the ball for a five to six yard gain when the tailback would have gained thirty yards if the ball was pitched. 7. Don'tcuthack. Run to the option alley on a keep to run away from the defense. & Don't gerbit. A quarterback is a quarterback, not a tailback. His running style is different, except on short yardage. The tailback can take on tacklers, the quarterback avoids tacklers. A land needs heroes. sinall men and small -houghts come from small dreams. A man is as big as his dreams are. There are always those who scoff and bicker and cower... but if you want <= make big tracks on the land, you got to step out and start walking." Louis L'Amour - How the West Was Won Ir. CENTER-QUARTERBACK EXCHANCE GENERAL BACKGROUND 1. The center- quarterback exchange ust be flawless. It must become second nature to you. 2. You must spend time with your center making eure you receive the ball the way you want it every time, The laces of the ball should come up crossing the fingers of your passing hand. 3. Never crowd your center. - STANCE 1, Armpit width 2, Pointing straight ahead 3. Weight on the balls of your feet, with the weight distributed in proportion to the side you are pivoting to. 4. 75% of the weight on the pivot foot, 25% on the lead foot B. Knees 1. Slightly flexed c. Trunk 1. Upright as much as possible. Too much body lean will create problems in scanning the defense. D, Hands and Arms 1, Throwing hand should be placed firmly under the center's buttocks, squarely in the middle with the palm facing down. 2, Opposite hand should be connected at the thumbs, either by meshing the thumbs together or by interlocking them. 3. Fingers and hande should be epread wide enough to allow the ball to fit squarely into the hands. 4. Arms should have a slight bend to them, Never stiff. k ‘oe : F. The Pivot 1, The weight should already be pre-shifted to allow for a quick and fluid pivot. That is, place more veight on the push or pivot foot then on the lead foot. 2. Once the ball is snapped the QB immediately brings the ball. to his belt area. SEAT THE BALL. The pivot should alvays be in a semi-crouched position, with knees slightly flexed. The ball remains SEATED. 4, When dropping back to pass, the pivot should be slightly more then 6:30 . When pivoting for a eprint out or roll out pass the angle should be around 120 degrees. yh as 7% ash Ex. 639 Turw SZ Tvkn PR FoR Drop back Sprint oud. THROWING TECHNIQUES e 3 I, General Background 1, To improve as a passer, a QB must dedicate himself to that goal. Improvement will demand concentzation and hours of work. * "2, Basically, the nuaber of tines you throw the ball will determine how well you throw. There 43 no shortcut. Repetition leads to improvement and success. I. Position and Stance AL Feet 1. Armpit Wideh 2. 90% of weight on backfoot, 10% on front foot 3. Semi-crouched position - knee, hip, shoulder 4, Lead foot 49 pointed approx. 60 off the vertical plane behind the center, the back foot is approx. 30 off the horizontal plane parallel to the line of scrimmage. Feet aredirectly behind one another. : LoS, igo open aFTee® FP se setting op! a. Enables passer to better see entire field b. Enables passer to throw to his left more comfortably B. Kne 1, Slightly bent c. Trunk 1, Upright and Poised b. Shoulders 1, Slightly opern from the vertical, approx. 30 (Ex. Rt. handed passer, left shoulder slightly left of vertical plane) be careful not to open shoulders too much or it will result in a loss of power. @ The quarterback's option technique of running at the option man's nose was effective because: : 1. The technique created a wide inside running tane for the quarterback, The ees quarterback was running away from the heart of the defense and to the | option alley. 2. The technique allowed the quarterback to pitch the ball more often. The ball was pitched more often for two feasons. First, the quarterback chased the option man to get the ball pitched. Second, the ball was pitched more often when the option men were coached to restrict the quarterback's wide inside running lane. The Diagram illustrates the quarterback’s option technique of running at the option man's nose. s——— Regardless of the option technique one factor must remain constant. The quarterback must neutralize the option man as an alley player. He can't allow the option man to force a pitch and then make a play on the taiback for a short gain. opTioN * ALLEY ~~ The Diagram illustrates the option man as an alley player. EB \ O° 00800 Iv. 1. Wrap hand well around the ball; very fittle daylight or gaps left between hand and ball. 2. Fingers at right angles to scans and epread comfortably. 3. The laces are under the creases of the first Joint of the middle and ring finger. If you have a snall hand, the middle finger can be placed - just in front of, but touching the lace. BACKSWING AND STEP LR As the lead hand leaves the ball and the throwing hand brings the ball up and back, imagine an accordion effect with the hands and arms. ‘The ball should be taken up and back as the lead step is taken; eimultaneous movements. - ‘Take the ball above and behing the shoulders as high.as it is comfortable to take it. a. Power, in throwing, is based on leverage; the amount of Teverage is based on the length of the lever; therefore, the higher the elbow, the more leverage and power can be obtained. b. Crossbar drill: Position yourself 2-I years in back of crossbar. Position target 8 yards on other side of crossbar. release ball on as'flat an arch as possible to target. This insure a high elbow when releasing. WEIGHT TRANSFER AL Before throw: 90% of weight on back foots 10% on front. At release: 90% of weight on front foot; and 10% on back. After release: 100% of weight on front foot; bring back foot around for balance. Make eure front foot 48 pointed at or in front of target to allow back hip and leg to come through; Dont't block out your body follow through and weight tranfer. Throw ball off of front foot which should be under you at release, not against front foot. Against results from too Jong a stride which causes ball to go into ground. Too short a stride will cause the ball to over shoot high. » Iv. Wrap hand well around the ball; very little daylight or gaps left between hand and ball. Fingers at right angles to scams and opread comfortably. The laces are under the creases of the first joint of the middle and ring finger. a. IE you have a small hand, the middle finger can be placed - Just in front of, but touching the lace. BACKSWING AND STEP 1, As the lead hand leaves the ball and the throwing hand brings the ball up and back, imagine an accordion effect with the hands and arms. 2. The ball should be taken up and back as the lead step is taken; efmultaneous movements. Hi 3. Take the ball above and behing the shoulders as high.as. it is comfortable to take it. a. Power, in throwing, ie based on leverage; the amount of Teverage is based on the length of the lever; therefore, the higher the elbow, the more leverage and power can be obtained. b. Crossbar drill: Position yourself 2-T years in back of crossbar. Position target 8 yards on other side of crossbar. reléase ball on as‘flat an arch as possible to target. This inure a high elbow WEIGHT TRANSFER k foot; 10% on front. A. Before throw: 90% of weight on B. At release: 90% of weight on front foot; and 10% on back. C, After release: 100% of weight on front foot; bring back foot around for balance. D. Make sure front foot is pointed at or in front of target to allow back hip and leg to come through; Dont't block out your body follow through and weight tranfer. E. Throw ball off of front foot which should be under you at release, not against front foot. Against results from too Jong a stride which causes ball to go into ground. Too short a stride will cause the ball to over shoot high. 29, VI. THROWING BALL: A. Elbow lead The elbow should lead or be ahead of the ball aa you start the © throwing motion. B. Righ release Release the ball as high as possible with good arm extension. Provides leverage (power) and avotde having the ball blocked. | a QUARTERBACK GULDE UALITIES OF A GOOD QUARTERBACK There are many things involved in doing an intelligent job of quarterbacking. In all close games, the team vith the best generalship will win, To be a good querteback, you must be able to do the following things effectively: AL YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PLAY THE GAME ITSELF EFFECTIVELY 1. You must be a good ball handler, passer, faker, and runner. You must be able to finesse and carry out - the deception of a fine offense. 2. You must have a voice that ie understandable, loud and has Lift. If your voice drags, it will depreas the team. TE you bark your signals clearly and with confidence, your team will get off on the count with tremendous drive. 3. You must be a doer. Actions, not words alone, will command the respect of your teammates. YOU MUST BE A LEADER 1. You Lead by doing. A quarterback can't be an effective leader unless he does his job. Actions speak louder than words. Set che example. 2. You must have confidence and believe in yourself (and the players must have confidence in you). 3. You must be able to motivate those around you through your actions and your words. 4. Express a positive attitude! Don't be a griper! The essence of good quarterbacking is maintaining a positive outlook under all circumstances, The quarterback must never become discouraged. 5. Be willing to listen to the suggestions of others. YOU MUST HAVE CONFIDENCE The quarterback must have confidence in himself and the ability to make your teammates have confidence in you. A quarterback who makes @ bad call, but does it in such a way that his teannmates thinks he is making a good call, is better than @ quarterback who makes a good call but who is unable to convince the team it is a good one. You must work to sell the team that you know everything about our offense. When you walk into the huddle, they must believe you know exactly what to do in every possible situation. a, Know their strengths and weaknesses b. Understand what is being asked of them in their respective positions c. Know their reactions to success, to failure, and how to motivate and encourage then 2. The opponent's personnel: Where ie the defensive strength in terns of personnel? ‘The weaknesses? What is the personality of the defense? Are they quick or slow; stunting or read; strong ,ve run, weak vs pase or vice versa. ETC.? IL. GOALS OF A QUARTERBACK 7 III. RECOGNITION OF DEFENSES To execute your position at the highest degree of proficiency’ your team across the goal line. You get an average - tempts to score and we feel we have to acore 4 tines. This 1s the most important statistic in evaluating a quarter- back. If he can take the team across the goal line or produce some sort of score one third of the time, he is doing his job. Everyone gets an opportunity to do something big- only those who put a lot into it can take advantage of the opportunity when the situation presente itself. You have to be prepared. Once you get the job done, you don't care who gets the credit! Your reaction to losing can tell if you are a winner or a loser. you can lose and still be a winner as long as your reaction is correct. Be realistic in eatting your personal goals. Know and respect responsibility, To have a working knowledge of defensive football and to be able to put that knowledge to use in game situations, the quarterback must be able to recognize the different types of defenses and ° coverage. alignments. aA offensive Goals 1. Win! 2. Be Physical 3. 75 Knockdowns 4. No Turnovers 5. Score 30 points 6. 50% Third Down Conversions 7. 100% 4th Down Conversions IDENTIFICATION OF DEFENSIVE = TECHNIQUES AND. DEFENSIVE FRONT TERMINOLOGY Describing Defensive Fronts & Coverages L Types of Fronts i A. Two Linebacker Fronts without a head up Nose (je. NOT a 50 defense), thus, we will usually run "Load" to these fronts Characteristics: = does Not have a Mike LB} = does Not have a head up Nose (although there may be a shaded Nose); = have 2 Linebackers aligned between the A and B gaps {usually over the guard area and "Inside" the Tackle box) Types: 1) Shade- A Shaded nose, a LB over the Guard area, a man over the Offensive Tackle usually in a 5 technique, and 9 technique Dropping Linebacker 2) 60- Same as a Shade defense with exception of Nose aligned on Guard. A Nose over the Guard, a LB over the Guard area, a man over the Offensive Tackle usually in a 5 technique, and 9 technique Dropping Linebacker 3) Reduced- A LB over the Guard area, a Defensive Tackle "reduced down" in a 3 technique on the outside shoulder of the Guard, and an End “reduced down" in a 7 technique 4) 80- A LB over the Guard area, a Defensive Tackle in 2 3 techaique om the outside shoulder of the Guard, and an End in 2 5 technique B. Mike Fronts Characteristic ~ A Mike LB aligned over the Center area - A Sam LB and Will LB/Drop LB aligned somewhere over the Tackle area, thus the Sam or Will LB "Inside", "Outside", or “Eagle” Hie Types: 1) If Will and/or Sam is “Outside” then you merely have a 6-1 defense to that particular side 2) Eagle- Has a 3 technique over (the outside shoulder) of the guard, a LB aligned at depth over the offensive tackle, and a 7 technique over the Slot or TE. C. $0 Front Characteristics: ~ Head up Nose (odd front) with LBs over the Guards (ie. $0); Type: : 1) 5C- The Center has a Nose head up or backside of him, both Guards have LBs over them, the Tackles are covered by Defensive Linemen (and there are Ends aligned over the Slots or Tight End) D. 303 Fronts Characteristics: . = 3 technique aligned on (the outside shoulder of) the guard, a Nose touching the Center, and another 3 technique aligned on (the outside shoulder of the other guard Types: 1) Bear - Both Guards and the Center are covered and there's a Mike LB behind the Center. There a C gap players aligned in either S or ~ techniques 2) Double Engle - Both Guards and the Center are covered and there are LBs aligned over the Tackles with Ends in 7 techniques to both sides IL Calling Fronts Sout inl At MM University we will call fronts from the weak (nub) side to the strong (Over or Heavy) side. 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The PST will release inside or Outside #1 to get the PSLB'er. His path is based of wether the PSG is covered(inside release) or Uncovered (outside release). We must protect B Seam. 2), as a Blocking technique it's Step, Dip and Rip. Is a backside scheme, which allows us to cutback, The center scoops Playside A gap to BSLB'er. He would deliver nose to BSG. BSG and BST scoop the area from the hand in thier, stance to, the hand of the next man towards the play. *v2£ 75°" 7 455% Zone- _—Is-a playsidé blocking scheme. PSLinemen step at,2 45° to the “lan grt Scoop- outside and play what comes thier way. “uarp'atrecyel tee oc 7 Fold- Is a backside block. It occurs berween the Cand WG" or‘the BSG and BST. The first man blocks back ‘and the second goes around. White- Is a blocking scheme where the Linemen block head up to outside. It can be used playside or Backside, It can be a call. "Green*- Is a blocking scheme where the Playside linemen block head up to inside. (Down G- Is a blocking scheme where the PST blocks down to the Ist DLM or BSLB'er inside. The PSG pulls around for PSLB'er or #1 depending on play called.We G on 12-13,28-29,16-17,48-49. Wedge- Is a blocking scheme where the all Linemen step to the point of attack and block whatever crosses thier face working upfield. Hinge- _ Is @ Blocking technique used on, 60-70 protection. We step where we'd spit turning our backs to the sideline. Punch the area so as to determine each gap. Set our feet. Scan the area for any threat. Ace- Is a Playside blocking scheme used between PSG and C100 secure the nose to BSLB'er. BSG would short scoop when this is used. This could be a called at the line by the C, if nose. "Geronimo"-Is a Playside blocking scheme used to allow the PST to outside release for the PSLB'er when the PSG is covered. The Center would make this call, when he feels he can stop the Mike backer from hitting the B seam on a 6-1 type Defense. "Slip"- Is a playside blocking scheme used on wiple stack defenses where the PSLB'er is stacked on the nose or backside. The PST goes outside on a5 TQ and gets the PSLB'er. The PSG would quick Ace to the PSLB. The C calls it and bases the shaded nose. 53 s outside Tackle box-Is the area designated up the fisld from our tac foot and inside to the other tackle. Hot LB'er- Is the Linebacker designate as whom we'd would throw off if he'd blitz in360-370 protection. Generally he's the Ist LB'er in the tackle box. Full Scoop- Is a blocking technique used by C when we G. He'd stop any A gap row through. Combo- Is a blocking scheme where PSG bases a 3 TQ and PST helps deliver the 3 as he works up to PSLB'er. "I'm Back"-Is a call made by C, to alert PSG he’s blocking back for the pulling Guard and he's covered by the nose. Anchor Down-Is a backside block used by BST to stop backside defenders from chasing QB down from behind on counter options. We will use both Full and Half Anchors. You/Me Scan-Is used in 360-370 protection between the C and BSG. The C would make the"call"as to who would spy the BSLB‘er and get out for edge rusher. When both are covered no call. "3-Down"- Is a blocking scheme used on 360-370. We need a 7-3-0 tech. Which allows the PST to block down on the 3 and take over the B gap. The PSG steps up to 3 and sets him up when the PST arrives, he takes over the A gap to secondary scan. The C bases the Nose he has him until PSG arrive then he has backside A gap to Edge rusher. Bow- Is a blocking scheme against an Eagle or reduced front. PSG cuts PS 3 and PST goes straight for PSLB’er, while the B back goes through track securing 3 to BSLB'er to FS. (@e-2*, Solid- as. a blocking scheme in 28-29 we'd base a 4i, pitch off of #2 and the A-Back would arc for #3. Omt@-ti=ws=5-OSawetibase aliaeresstheme. Out of a heavy set we'd add"Rebel” and base all with the A-Back blocking 1st man outside of TE. - Cowboy- Is a blocking scheme when the B Back cuts the $ TQ. Used on 12-13,28-29. Veer-Base-Is a blocking scheme Thea’ “ine “PST blocks through 5 on 24-25. Wash- As-a-backsideblocking—scheme—on10-1—which—allows—the- cutback. Load- Is a blocking scheme which puts the PSA on PSLB'er to FS from the outside in. With someonelse getting them from inside out . "Eagle”- Is a called blocking scheme to account for the BSLB’er, on counter options. BSG pulls for PSLB and PST combos to BSLB. Special- Is a term which means too much to print here. . oy Arc’ Full- is the audibile call at the line for (Coad) is a blocking scheme where everyone blocks back ftom PSG means Option for the QB and B on 28-29. is a call that brings the BSA on to the 7TQ ( tight Ea dow TOM -Playside mcs call Pysise evsrt and Playeée tooke il block #1 an ly de 1B joe3 CALL -Guars a ideal sipant VEER -Playside guard bese, plsyside nelle block 1s inebacke over his to inside. ‘YVEER-IN - Playside 2 guard bess to ace toraiiroad, pleyside tule releases inside ony down linema: i block piaysids Hinebacko. WASE - ig genie me Backside tackle scoop the middle. ‘WHITE-SWIICH- Die een ate sen ERENT ouside UBT -ieysde pated ee oe fst man on > YOU USS YOUJMEE - Centers call to identify sesignment for backside guard on Fess. a ‘SLIDE - Zone blocking for site pass : G.DOWN- Tackle, TE, Down, PSG pull, ASTRONG - PST calls to aiify scigamest for BSG or PSA : STAB - Roger/Louie Protection ZONE-II - Center cell to BSG to identify essigament DOG - BST tackles call to identify essignment RUSTY - Silent Sacsk rL 18 C ~, QUARTERBACK S/BACKSRECEIVERS BLOCK - Tells A-becisto biock #2 ; CRACK BACK BLOCK - Block wsed by # volves him binciiag 4 : inside, FLAT OR FOLD DEFENDER- esignated wo have Bat coverage a2é folé responsibility o: inside am. GO + Command by bell center to block: thet he is acat and to intate his block, HOLD - Tells QB to suy with py calied. IVAN - Acback most away trom playside wide receives, LION - Call that designers loed on fins of scrimmnege. LOAD - Block by playsiée back to biock playsids LB to safety. OSCAR - A-back closest to pisysids Wide receiver. RABBIT - 3 Wides and | A-beck are iz the game. ). READ ON RUN- Wid: seeiver and playside A read coverage for sim support aftr bell RED - Back who nommally goes in til motion will not " SINK HOLE. Aree berwsea undemesth and deep covezage on ooundsry. STALK BLOCK - Besis block used by wide recciverin running geme thet breaks to his STAY -Hoddle cell that negates eng check at the line of seximmage, SWAP - A-back and B-back exchange blocking assignments. TRACK - Are release by A-bacts, : TTWIRL - Type motion in which A-back sars off ox regular al motion ind on sap of ball direction. += VANCE - Call thai designsies 12 or 13 on the LOS. le to Jet him know he hss help on LB. _ _) ZONE. 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Identification of 1, 2, 3, and NDB (when necessary) to include both NDBs co the “Over” Formations “ 8) Quick Tips #1=__Read Key - First man in a 4 eye out on the LOS; Tackle makes calls technique t0 distinguish between a3 or 4 eye (ie be will not call “B Gap”) #22 _ Pitch Key - Next man out; will be the LB if Tackle make “Outside” call #35 Support Plaver - A is responsible for blocking; run “Load” if #3 is aligned inside the playside tackle box NDB= Near Deep Back - Secondary player blocked/cancelled by WR; aligned 7 yards deep ‘ear the sideline; is not considered a part of the count b) QB should do the following: 1) Come to the LOS expecting 2 different front from the previous snap and use the simplicity of our count system to assist you. As he sets, your Tackle will make 2 technique eall to elp you with the identification of #1 and make an “Inside” or “Outside” call to tell you if the LB in his area is a part of the count. 2) Find the side where #3 is inside the box so we can run “Load” since we ‘want to run “Load” whenever we can ¢) Formation Reminders Soread ‘We can min “12-13 Load” as leng as #3 is inside the box ‘We can run “12-137 as long as #3 isin a position where our A can arc bim ‘The two perimeter people our WR’s can cancel are NDBs and thus, are NOT 4 part ofthe count ib side of Over There is NOT 4 NDB since we do not have a WR to cancel him Away from Trips ‘We can run “12-13” as long a5 #3 is inside the box since we don’t have an A who can arc on him. We canNOT run Load sway from trips because we do not have an A who can Load. If #3 is outside the box, check 16-17 to the Trips side, 4. QB Actions QB will suap eyes to your read just prior to the snap of the ball; 1st step will bbe at S or 7 o'clock with the toe pointed back in the same direction and 2nd step will be parallel to LOS offset with heel perpendicular to the back toe: GET THE FIRST TWO STEPS DOWN QUICKLY and sit down in your mesh; Take ball to mesh point behind back toe; On 3rd step there's actually no movemeat of the feet, but rather a weight transfer from the back foot onto the froat knee; Get down bill gaining ground into LOS attacking inside #2 making hina come to you; vs Hot #2 “Pull, Pause (ID direction of Hot), Sit & Pitch, Separate” Please see 1-13 attachments A & B NeTE: Huddle Caikis 12 Bien A pray:__la SS ' le. ea ale se a 8 as Ags Bile 8 as ces a lb botedt 2 lo bekeds so fesksety & : . & Shale BO V bion [Shade-SO V/ 13 Lion | bette Eule VLion rs? a Fis ss é Bs ‘ woals le Aa e o6cc¢, ec fe *S2—ebS8 Zags a @® 4a VW Liew ee 6 as? ed ot ooeses ° Yo I2Lien Be & is? e aaa b oe ie net sis © gholboeg © Shade Reduced VW Liew (7OB Huddle Call Ys 13 Be Bich & PLAY:__13) : 2 x 2a 2 2 eel as ] 8 ad 7 2 ie 6 Sa 5 oss z & 2 2 i Bit Bree pees auc eiere nna erlece es wre lo jtetedeh 2 [os “EokeSE ale Seekeog 5 e FIs aS xs | i : = 6 HS © ey sis a 8 ss ETRTe Fe eroere ae eo ges8eeg 8/8 Seca@ce, slo Tesetot e Yio V head fs 8° VY bond funda Teile te oil ie s r nN nN 3. e asd e FS ss © iad unease natty a 8 so eee ncmeer i eget (el Gh cebig eae | Ben Geniece el eon pee Bass * eauec, (¢]e seuses | & uaa Sade -Redced / Loack | iple Stek Shade Eagle Guar Vs. Teas, 5s 2S 2-3 is a Midline Triple Option play run to the B gap down lineman side (ie. 3 technique or 41), The QB will open past 6 o'clock to put his first step at 6:30 on 2. Whea we rrun 3, the QB will open with bis left foot stepping back to $:30. Just as we want on 12-13, the QB must get his first ewo steps in the ground and reach the ball back to hook up with the fullback. The fullback’s aiming point is the crack of the center and he will rua straight abead oa his path while the QB reads the Defensive Tackle. The following fronts show which side we wast to run 2-3: © 8 8 bo b eee ici ree bros TE eerie Boace oo boo 20000 2 Pome Oaty 3 5 enue stag qpoT Brak OT i. w m s 7 8 cet sera et ae oe gee De NOT we = No B Badan qa OT ap OT € Recognizing an Eagle look and what needs to be done with 16-17, 18-19, 2629 ‘An Eagle look is where we have a 3 technique over our guard and a LB over our Tackle. The 3 technique side of a 4-3 is also an example of an Eagle. Play __Desired Change vs. an Eagie 16-17 Tackle should call "Eagle" and QB now pitches off #1 18-19 Tackle should call “Eagle” and QB will now pitch off #1 28:29 Depends on 28-29 scheme See attachment D 7. Use of “Special” on 16-17, 28-29, 312-313, Zoom, and Pup 16-17 Special - An audible by QB or may be called in huddle in anticipation of a 303 defense Ge. Bear 46 or Double Exgle; pitch key is now #1 or a LB who shows outside of #1 * QB froats out vs. this look 28-29 Special- Used when we are in Trips and have Cover 6 with a Drop OSLB aligned over our Single Receiver; Tackle will pull to kick out the Drop OSLB (ie. #2) and pitch key will be a 312-313 Special- Used when Backside Slot will block OSLB rather than Flare as the safety valve; QB must pause longer than usual between “Ready” and “Set” in cadence to help A get in position to make this block Pup or Zoom Special- QB fakes Quick Flare and then throws to WR running « Crack and Up» See attachment D On Je look and what needs to be done with 16-17, 18-19, 28-29 $. Recognizing an Ei An Eagle look is where we have a 3 technique over ouriguard and a LB over our Tackle. The 3 technique side of a 4-3 is also an example of an Eagle. lay. vs. an Eagle 16-17. Tackle should call "Eagle" and QB now pitches off #2 1819 Tackle should call “Eagle” and QB will now pitch off #1 28-29 Depends on 28-29 scheme Sce attachment D I" on 16-17, 28-29, 312-313, Zoom, and Pup 6. Use of “Speci 16-17 Special - An audible by QB or may be called in huddle in anticipation of a 303 defense (ie. Bear 46 or Double Eagle; pitch key is now #1 or # LB who shows outside of #1 * QB fronts out vs. this look 28-29 Special Used when we are in Trips and have Cover 6 with a Drop OSLB aligned over our Single Receiver; Tackle will pull to kick out the Drop OSLB (ie. #2) and pitch key will be a 312-313 Speciale Used when Backside Stot will block OSLB rather than Flare as the salety valve; QB must pause longer than usual between “Ready” and “Set” in cadence to help A get in position to make this block Pup or Zoom Special- QB fakes Quick Flare and then throws to WR running a Crack and Up See attachment D 7. Double or Two Way Option (ie. 28-29) Schemes 28-29 is the double option off «12-13 fake. We will use numerous “two way” schemes ‘throughout a season to include (but not limited to) the followis 28.29 Pitch off #1; is run whenever A can arc #2 and #3 is inside the box 28-29 Special Pitch off #1; is run when we are in Trips and have Cover 6 with a Drop OSLB sligned over our Single Receiver; Tackle will pull to kick out the Drop OSLB (ie. #2) 2829G Cowboy Pitch off #2 28-29 S. Pitch off #2; is run whenever Hl can be based by our Tackle and A can are #3 28-29 Solid Load _Pitch off #2: is run whenever #1 can be based by our Tackle and #3 is inside the box See attachment E < JOE- Huddle Calis HG Psp. | Butte caus ve S080 Tackle Cals "Bele QB should os : — vs.i Qs ea ee off | — Poe a ale NAT € 2S taal} tite: Huddle call 1 39 v2. 303 tech Huddle callis 1S GB should V (A vs. 303 looks | Thede calls “Bagle”t Pek off # ‘i Fs Cpe Fs? 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Ifa LB walks up on the line he now is treated like a Defensive Lineman; thus, he becomes 4 part of the count for our pass protections as long as he's a in the A gap or wider to the pl See artachment F 9. We will throw "Hot" off a specific defensive player for each off our various pass protections. 4) On 312-313 the hot defender is #3 and the BSA is the hot receiver on a flare route, ‘We can also make a "Special" call to have our BSA block #3 thus eliminating the hot read. b) On 360-370 we will throw hot off the PSLB; however, there are certain fronts where we may not have to throw hot. Our Play (drop) side guard and tackle along with the fullback are responsible far 1,2, and 3 play side. Versus a $0 Front they would have the PSLB, DT and OSLB, thus there would not be a Hot read, However, against most defenses ‘we will throw hot off the PSLB with the PSA serving as the hot receiver. ©) On 460-470 we will throw hot off the PSLB and the OSLB. 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Can creat on depth of stance, 12/13 Steas opposite the call, seat the ball, drop step, square up and option #2. Play 1319 inaiuding 2 ‘allag up comer uriess he's Sucoratic twit motien and go olock #3 eriess a raled vo Veer for PSUBlen sase 4 Base to ACE (oa 2. step opposite call to BSLB'er ts See esc pulls and logs #1; with a 4 go to PSLBer ast | “Anchor Down 5 Technique out BSA ‘Get into pitch route after the ball has been snacped = ‘Across Feld Technique 8 Run Track opposite call at from a 3 Technique tb 4i, NoOLM go to BSLB'er [Las Ji2713 stees cppesite the cal, seat the Dal, drop step, square up and option €2. “Hot” call when #2 is on the line step away to gain bi ie ° GEORGIA SOUTHERN EAGLES ! Play 16/17 ) POSITION ASSIGNMENTS QB Severge out and option #2. 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Do net counter when #2 & on the Line (GE_] #2 off tne Line open 12/73 oppesite and reverse out/ 2 on line Drop Opposite foot and open take @ picture 3! #1 and option #2. GEORGIA SOUTHERN EAGLES PLAY (28-29) o ae os eee Ss 8 s "cous oy (vd 2s a oO _ | - ov {24 F sls ¢ E & 6 3s 6 r we J tht: a es | Cc OS Oo | as “a & ee ag laa POSITION ASSIGIEENTS QB Fake 12-13 option end man on LOS) BeBack Fake 12/13 to playside ~ block LB to safety PA-Back Block run support (use special counting ~ block #2) BA-Bock Tail motion - run pitch route i X — Playside - read coverage block deep 1/3 or deep 1/2 player. 2 Backside - cross field cut off corner py Base : eer to T 7 Rese. Hass to. © scoop : BG Scoop BT - scoop GEORGIA SOUTHERN EAGLES PLAY (28-29) Z a ha sls 7 x Te Ooo aati) O biz 21 ~~ o & by be vaginas ee O—— BE aie POSITION, ASSIGNMENTS eB open to 4:00 wide, flash to B-back. Option end man on L.0.S. 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(Pay ‘38-39 Twirl z Push Stalk [Psa] Twi motion and you become pitch man. ast z al Gare to ACE 7 ¢ Tim Back to a 3 Technique 356 | ul for #7 unless you have a $i then go to PSLBer. ast | ‘Anchor Down from a 41 out asa | Release donfeld and biock FS; when in tips block #3 z “Aeros Field Technique B_| Step Mine with Playside foct.step to BSG inside hip with Oppésite foot roll over this step get fake inside hand off; find hole and get 8SL8 ‘@E_| Take 12/13 Step then counter around 360° get around Pulling guards block on #1 and option off of #2; IF #2 ‘5 on the fine don’t Twirl 360°, 33 Bloc “Qs - Reverse pivs: ove pesz= aps, BSL3 to Safety e #2 (Bega) > Red Piteh Route jackside C3 unless iaverced saZezy, chen block straight up PE - Veez In (9 Ssrong, George, eesb, 5 Call, 7 Cail, Eagle, Tea) 2G - 3asi Raiiread 23 Tece 3 Tech ze Scack Rule fla, Play 42-43 alec Push Stalk oS Beal Tail Motion eiant on 3rd step and lead on BSLB(2 LB): Fold player(18) {sr Base to White i [PSE Scocp/Ace to Base to vihite 1 fed ‘Ace to Scoop for MLB 356 Base to White BST Base/White Bsa | Drop step and go get FS. x] Tareas Feld Technique block for inside run 8 Run Track Block PSLB'er to BSLB’er to FS e Run this to an A-gap defender /Run 12-13 steps ful fake, Pvot and run off BSA lead block Play aes Z_] Tight Ena: Base 7 Techruque; snoue PST be uncovered JAP sas G5, STO cause i prossura(may came oF > foe PSUS'an) mar Foean ie Und ton Powe fa) Pat] Base 1 Down, STO double tw PSLSer 73 sad up te outside TE Wrap him wih 7 wap what shows outside = ‘Wice Scoop for PSA 3s = est | ‘Scoop BSA Run Plich Rowe x ‘Reross Fie Toehrique Ca] ‘Open fat then down hill a inside hip of PST TFoverse ot and step to 9 or 8; hand the ball as deep as you can 10 B-back Wit a? TQ and 9 reverse oul and get ball back to B-back carry out fake Play | 5 ‘Scoop/ White Reease ike Lsac vleck PSL" 30 Aum: ath 7 SRB nat sAews utsce vice Soe 355] Een Whe i “a1 ‘ST. Veer release Srough Cgap take what snows i Sa] Tun Fen Rowe ] White ce Seoeo ] ee au ‘Open laterally then down hill st inside hip ef PST Am threugh balk cun inside pulling Guares,Slock | (RT Revese ot towne tat eno 1213 nade focal bane he bw caw you cn Bence] sae gest six ociock ME C? - to tighest inside technique Sas ck MEE CP? ~ co tighest instdi que ral PS step crossover. Cuc 5 tech. out zotion ‘BA~Back - Drop step take band off undersesta, F X + Block man om inside ouc = Z_ = Backside cut-oft - PI - influence Bush Esd to Fold Player (4 Strong) PG - Base to vase © = BG - whdce oF 22 ee Br - Puli and Trap : At Lz ‘Scooe/ White Psa Treo Steo cass ove ano are for #2 courtng from 7 Tae 2ST Tase fe 8-700 to Down ea Bal Sr ist an hess ve to ounce 37 10g Aim te PST er i fel Wee Sexes for SAD . i fase] Sesee/ Whe i ast Craiec eown sen. SecuTe C Gan to Wer 19 FS i [sal fun Pres Route i ec) White © Scaoo. 1 [PB] ben inary ne down ise rc af P57, flow PSG around fer PSLB'er to KE Te Se: | t GB_| Reverse out, come off the fine; Aasn ba Get down hil and atc off #2, Always COUNT SvARTS FROM TQ our. Fay 79 l z ‘Scoop/ White sal Oren Sten cass ever and are for #3 counting fom 7 TQ at. i (FT Base for B-yap to Down j [Psd Pull for Tat man haad up to outsige OT lag him to PSLB'er to FS, Talog’e ga0 to PSLB i c Wide Scoop fer PSA-gap ase] ‘Scoop/ White 1 Ber ‘OT-lock down step Secure © Gap to LFer to FS 1 [aa Tun Pech Rate White to Scoop ‘pen fiat then down hil at inside hip of PST, Follow PSG around fer PSLBTer to VKE to Safety QS_| Reverse out, come off the line: fash ball to 8. 5 step should be 5 yards deep heading towards LOS ane pitch off #2, Always COUNTING FROM THE 77Q. Play 48-49 Load Scoop/ White Sicek PSLB'er te FS. Your leading with S-back Base for B-gap to Down Heel 783 ul for 1st man head up to avtside TE log Him to PSLB'er to FS, Toiag C gap to PSS c Wide Scoop for PSA-gap_ 356 Scoop/ White 357 ‘OT-block down stop Secure C Gap to LB'er to FS casa Tun Pitch Route cx White to Scoo ‘Open flat then down hill at inside hip of PST, follow PSG around for PSUBTer to MIKE to Safety. Reverse out, come off the line; flash ball to 8. 5 step should be S yards deep heading towards LOS and pitch off #2. Always COUNTING FROM THE 77Q, IF #3 is inside Load Play 81-82(EAGLE) 2 z Pash Stalk isa] Es reierse and 1st rer outage Pst] Show and get PSL er/ 1 LB = PSLFer PSG] Base(2i to 4) to AC gsgg v» wwi-t a Gase to fm Back with a 85 31@ show and get BSS er [ase Feld for BSLB'er uriess you have 23 TQ base him ast ‘anchor own BSA [Double step back look inside for shuttle and get and rn off Centers block “Eagle” are for OLB vo Safety. Tips x Posh Stalk See eee atta @_| Open playside ike 360-370 for 5 steps and shuttle ball to BSA On “EAGLE” three steps back and run off Centers block. Play 83-84 Ct Run Defender off ] om [Psal Fake hinge Lead PSLB'er to BSLB'er/ vs 549 Block 5 i} ‘ PST | Double 3 7Q te Mike/ BSUS'er | Pst Base to ACE ] c | Base to Ace 356 Base to Reverse Ace to White ast] Base to White BSA | “Hesarqatilg Seep and Wipect pitch this is wider than 81-82 1 x Run Defender off B Release for Flat Oefender. R ‘Open piayside like 60-70 for 3 steps and shuttle ball to BSA off of the rush of the 7 TQ. Attack outside shoulder of Edge rusher 9 (no deeper than 5 yards off los). 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BST 2 Count Screen block Protection and Trap Flat Defender asa 3 court Seen Dock Protection and lookback for the bal a Tun Osfender of7 In Over set rin Switch 3 Ue 60.70 protection techigue e Sal 60-70 arop, set fest, op back again and deliver bal Back to BSA Play 60-70 Marg oh Tan ate Peal Tae Paci i anal Hinge Protection Foy Hinge Protection | e Tage Freecin Hinge Protection Hinge Protection ‘un to the back of the EndZone DELAY FoR Coe x Hinge protect for 2 count then telease of of outside coverage 3 Use 60-70 protection technique ‘Sell 60-70 run plant and throw off af Comer Tail 0 Courter Ez & & ss |. & & 7 Tre BT ah a GE Dabs 58S 2 a ; - | Tail oa ae a on bo Countek To Counted ad POSTEZON ASSTGOENTS QS 60-70 7 Stepe, rux zo daylighc CP+ sell run = BeBack 60-70 co safety PaBack Tail- secure outside BS-A Bd-Back Hinge- 7eall puac! “eat cut now Scrong release, ruscoff, stalk aan on x 2 Serong release, rec-off, stalk man on PT winge co fold player 2G Binge co fold player © wtage co 13 co backside 13 3G Hinge to seal HT Binge co seal : Ae Play 312-313 z 1 Run Pass Route According to Coverage or Pass Route called ! Psal ‘Bench Route or Route called 1 pest] ‘Base co White : i rPsel Ease to Pull for 32 to Downs SPECIAL cal puts you down to Nest and soy 8SLBer \ Cet Base to Out for Edge Rusher [ase Base to Out for Ege Rusher Unless there a 4 then White oar Base to Wee: Use 4 then Call Whe re} BSA Tun Pitch Rovte and become safety Valve; Unless QS Cals SPECIAL then start eary and Block EWOL | x Baciside Post 2 Sel the Taple and Spy the PSLB'er, He drops help inside or immediate threat ‘Open up like Veer Flash the B-back the Ball and drop back to set up for Pass Route called. With 3 OLM playside tell BSA “Special”; start him early and use him for protection Run Switch Route Rur Sateen Route: 13 Protection for 2 Counts — Ror 312-313 Protection fer 2 Counts: Rr 3) 2 Count Screen block Protection and Peal for pursuit; Uniess Edge rusher comes 2 Count Screen block ratection and Seal PSLBTer/ Unless Edge rusher comes. 2 Count Screen block Protection and Trap Flat Defender Run Pitch Route and become safety valve ‘Run Defender off Run 312 -313 protection for 1 Count the sip cut the back to receive bal, to wnere BSA was. | Use 312-313 drop, set feet, and drop back again and deliver bal to 8-Back backside | Play 322-323 . ‘Vertical ~ Vertical release work away from FS Base to White af ‘ase ta Pull for #2 to Oown ‘ase to Out for Ege Rusher Base to Out for Edge Ausher, Unless there i a 4i then White Base to White: Unless 4i then CA White BY Vertical release work away from FS Vertical Sel the Triple and Spy the PSLB'er, He drops help inside or immediate threat ‘Open up like Veer Flash the &-back the Ball and throw aff the Safety Play 328-329 faz Run Pass Route According to Coverage or Pass Rate called (sa Tench Route & Route caled i ost, Base to White (360-370 principais) | PSG Base to Oown (360-370 principals)” | € Base to Out for Edge Rusher 356 Base to Out for Edge Rusher, Unless there i a 4i then White est Base to White (360-370 Protection) ] B5A| Run Pitch Route and Become safety Vaive _] | Cy Bese to White Pass Protec 8 Sell the Triple and Spy the PSLB'er, He drops help inside or immediate threat (Q_[Open up ike Veer Flash the B-back the Bal and drop back to set up for Pass Route called. With 3 DLM playside — tell BSA Special start him early and use him for protection 338-339(316-317) = Tn Fan Rane cle ~ [sal fun Paes Route soled Pst | Base to Cown PS] Base to Down é Tim Back toa &, to Ace for Scan BSG Pull for #1 unless you have a 4i then go to next man out, help inside. Carl Gaze to Wie from 4 out BSA fun Pass Route caled x Run the appropriate route fy Rum Play Action fake and block BSLB'er except on 316-317 you're the Safety Valve ‘QB_| Fake Backfield Action Called and go through Reads. Be Aware of Defensive locks we don't want to pull Guards with 3 down block, Middle Blitzes or 2 Outsides. Flay aE G& Tun Pee foute caled 1 PSA Run Pass Route called Base to own Se Taste Sonn = i é Tih dock to & to Ave fw Sean 356 Puller #1 unless you havea then goto neit man ut la rie 1 aT asa to White om 4 ot asa Tun Pass Rove caled 5 Tn the approprate route p fun Pay Acion fake and Block BSLBer except on 31617 youre the Safety Vake Q8 | Fake Backfield Action Called and go through Reads. Be Aware of Defensive looks we don't want to pull Guards wth Made Bitzes or 2 Outsides Play 1998-339(316-917.318-319)) UT. ‘Run Pass Route cal Aur Pass Route callee Basa 10 Down Base fo Oown < Tm Back to a Ai to Aco for Scan (= Pull for a1 erioss you have a 4i then go to next man out, help insice, ast Base to White from 4 ovt (sa Ron Pass Rove cad x eae Run the appropriate route 3 Tian Play Action lake ard block BSLBer excapl or 316-317 youve he Salen) Valve ZS [Fake Backfels Aion Called ane go through Reads. Be Aware of Defensive looks we dont want 1 pull Guards with Middle Blitzes of 2 Outsides. Play 360-370 z Run Pass Route Caled PSA Run Pass Rovte Called pst | Base ko Oown: Unless 2 on the Line Outside then make a°p OUTSOE” cal PSG Base to Down: On “3 DOWN" call Set up 3 and block down for PS A-Gap © | You/ Me Scan w/ BSG; a 7-3-0 Defense call “3 Down” deliver nose to PSG and you're responsible for BS BSG You/Me Scan with C; os Tse tone [asa Tun Ps Reate Caled (x fun Pass Revie Caled [Ce] Boer wan ose the PT; No man thre setup nai lg of PST anda de 8 ' step drop behind inside leg of PSG; read the defense with the Route called Play 360-370 Bobeat : I Tan Sach ga FS {<] Go cut Man covering BSG/ Base release for BSLB'er ese] Setup and go tap #2 fem Ousice in est] ‘Show an the edge nasher [ex] th Spread an Switch get Comer ih Ups an Swich get Comer ; ee Le 3 steps set up behind PSG, set feet and throw to Backside receiver Play 360-970 Bol G Fan Swich FS 75A iy Spread tn Swieh pe vere w FS Pst Block 360- 370 Pro e Block 360- 370 Pro Whemever has the sean between C and 8SG shows and gets BSLB'er sa ‘Sal vp and go through #'s of 2nd trom EMOL and wrap Fiat Oetender ‘BST ‘Show eut the edge rusher BSA In Spread run Switch get Corner In trips run Switch get Comer "Two stops uplield then back to OB work behind line of scrimmage Block 360- 370 Pro 2 step sel up (0 call side, set foot and throw to Backside receiver 360-370 Bebeat Play | 360-370 FaiCat (Crack) aa Fan Swan Rae PSA un Swih Rawle; On CRACK block ine PSLSer PST 2 Count Screan block Protecion and Trap Flai Oendor = 2 Count Screen block Protection and Seal PSLBer c "2 Count Screen block Protection and Pee! for Oslenders chasing screen: unless Edge Rusher comes BSG Block protection catled (est | Block protection called (a4 Run Swich Rowe x Run Delender of B 1 Count Screen block Protection, Stone and go set up where PSA was look for Ball TB_] Se 360-370 5 stop drop, sot loo! drop back again to avoid rush and dolver bal playeido to Brback 360-370 Fat Cat (Crack) ze PSA 380-390 (Crack) | Run Switch Rane: Run Switch Route; On CRACK biock the PSLB'er 2 Count Screen block Protection and TrapFlat Defender test] [Pso 2 Count Screen black Protection andSeal pSLB'er ec! 2 Count Screen block Protection and Peel for Defenders chasing screen; unless Edge Rusher comes BSG Block protection called est Block protection called BSA Run Switch Route cy Run Defender off 7 Count Sereen block Protection, Stone and go set Up where PSA was look for Ball H ‘Sell 360-370 5 step drop, set feet drop back again to avoid rush and deliver ball playside to B-back Tree Routes Ferat ‘chauts (re.08) Vertical TEER Switch Wbefars ree Slide 348-349 . 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Cut edge rusher Vertical releasing straight up the field {Protect 360-370 awaytrom the call side Pick the best look side, with the call side chosen first Try to keep eyes fixed on the Free Safety as long as you can “Take 3 Quick steps straight back; this is not a half roll set up like the rest of 360-370 Routes will convert to Fades vs. hard comer, so may have to stick it in the hole COVER 2 Same ott #2 Last oF Switch Drop LB [Switch-Read FS for Post, then Cur off LB |Switeh-Read FS for Post, then Cut! off LB HOT off #2, then Read Comer for Whee! or Sit down [Read Comer for Wheel or Sit down Protection. ‘Soff #2°s immediate rush to PSA ‘ark playside (ie. Cougar) if edge player rushes; work backside (ie. Switch] ‘edge player drops Ais covered stride for stride on wheel route, throw at back of defender’s head Cougar or Switch FS-C-Drop LB [Switch-Read FS for Post, then Curl off LB [Switch-Read FS for Post, then Curl off LB HOT off #2, then Read Corner for Wheel or Sit down | Work playside (ie. Cougar) if edge player rushes; work backside (i if edge player drops It Ais covered stride for stride on wheel route, throw at back of defenders head PLAY: bob | [2 FORMSMOTIONS =o iM rs PA SSE] "se PROTECTIONS TE Fea [Trios 360-370. [Soread/Rio-Liz 20 = 20 18 15 10 10 5 Fs. 5 ioe c «| 11 Step Drop - Take step back with throwing foot and release. JEmphasize Arc and dropping inside 2x2 yard bax in corner of EZ. if XIZ grabs facemask, route changes tochanges to “2° (i.e., Slant COVER 2 WAN SAME | [252 Foamsmonon: Soreas [Clear through middle, either middle third ar 1/2 player your side Protection [Work as a Middle, 3 level route Very good vs. Cover 2 COVER Z ) [BSea-FORMS/MONION 5] Stretch, [Soread. uit I t+ Im Ost] [Open A with your eyes by moving LB: A should push out vs. Man. COVER 2 , / Ss Son [360-370 Trios Aip/liz RavLav 20 15 10 8 yard hitch i 18 yard hitch : [Corner route with break at 10 yards. [Corner route with break at 10 yards. Protection [Throw away from side where Flat Defender can get under Hitch Be IConsider length of throw and location of Free Safery High Low off the Corer Devers TITAN eeu MAN Se Same : [EXE FORMSIMON ONS MM CREIPASS aie] cs qyat or ‘So Bowden co@mco ° ° Dig aT Me yds 3 o oo@wco _/* [ ° 316 Tree wis. 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