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Frankenmuth High School Northview High School

July 26, 27, 28 July 29, 30, 31

7 State Championship Teams Have Attended this Camp

GRAND RAPIDS

Presents

WE ARE A HYBRID OF:

March 10 - 3rd Spring Practice PERIOD Pre Flex. 1&2 Time 3:15 - 3:30 3:30 - 3:40 3:40 - 3:50 FAST BREAK Period Walk Thru RB QB WR OL DB LB Go through fronts DL

Review Script Stretch - With Position Coach Rapid Fire Plays Off of Script - Brownlee

Pursuit Drill - Morris

3&4

3:50-4:00

FUND

Ball Security Ball Handling Agility

Stance, Catch, Ball Security Center w/ QB Stab, Hold Plants Agility Drills Pose on Stance/Starts Stance/Start Inside Veer Mesh With Running Backs Armstead working midline

EDDs

EDDs

EDDs

5&6

4:00-4:10

FUND.

Mesh With Quarterbacks

Run Routes Vs. Air

EDDs Zeit take out guys to get footage

EDDs

EDDs

EDDs

4:10-4:15

Water
Practice Fits vs. RB's

8,9,10

With D-Line With LB'ers Skelly - Run or Pass. Work Working on ONE-ON-ONE Running 2/3, Cover vs. 4:15-4:30 on peremeter blocking or technique and COMPETITIVE 8/9, Zone Wide Outs running routes vs. defense keys - Zeit pull Read out for footage 4:30-4:35 Water

With O-Line Working on technique and keys

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RUN GAME 12,13,14 4:35-4:50 TACKLE SKILL TURNOVERS

Half Line Peremeter Run Game (20/21, 58/59)

Tackling Circuit-Work on tackling form within your position. Incorporate take-away, scoop and score on every play.

15-18 19-22

4:50-5:10 5:10-5:30

GROUP

Skelly - One Group on inside run and other throwing vs. our defense in skelly

Inside Run 42/43 trap Bob

Skelly vs. Offense

Inside Zone or Stretch. We will run it vs. you.

Team - All Video (one from middle, one from back, one from front)

1. Win with inferior talent 2. Dont block players at the LOS by design 3. It forces defenses to play assignment football 4. Opponents have hard time emulating in practice 5. It controls random blitzing

6. Allows you to control superior talent 7. Simple blocking schemes 8. Fun to practice 9. Can use Multiple formations to run same plays 10.Easy to use audibles to attack the weaknesses of defenses

S C B E B B T E

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Conventional offense: 5 Defenders to 4 Blockers Double Option Play: 4 Defenders to 4 Blockers Triple Option Play: 3 Defenders to 4 Blockers

Advantages of the Short Pistol


1. We have emphasized for years to step deep at 5 oclock or 7 oclock to mesh our triple play. The short pistol accommodates our desire for depth by aligning the QB 21/2 yards away from the center. 2. We reduce the box with our alignment of our slots our slots previously lined up 1 x 1 off of the outside leg of the tackle when we were under center. Now they align 5 yards wide and level with the quarterback. We did this to make the belly motion the correct angle.

3. Quick passing game Our quarterback simply catches the snap and is in position to throw the quick game. 4. It hits vertically quicker than the true shotgun or true pistol and just a little slower than the under center option game (we lost a yard on our fullbacks alignment). 5. It protects the mesh from being attacked.

6. It allows us to widen our splits to 3 feet in the A gap and 3 1/2 feet in the B gap which spreads the defense out and creates great blocking angles and natural creases.
7. It forces the hand-off key to be very definitive in his angle to attack the dive back. Consequently it makes the read for the quarterback much easier. 8. It gives the quarterback more time to read the hand-off key and then transition his eyes to the pitch key because the pitch key is wider due to our alignment and line splits.

1.A two handed snap with end-to-end rotational spin. We averaged eighteen negative yardage plays a year over the last five years. We could not have any bad or mishandled snaps. 2.The running back lines up with his hand five yards from the tip of the ball. He must be in a three point stance to hit the hole fast. Looks odd, but necessary.

3. The slots must be lined up on the same horizontal plane as the quarterback. Your motion must be quick and at an angle where the defense cannot recognize the goal of the motion.

4. The quarterbacks footwork is more pivot style footwork rather than stepping on an imaginary clock.
5. The quarterback has to be louder in our no huddle option attack.

Fingers on Side of ball

Fingers on Side of ball

3 ft.

3 ft.

3 ft.

3 ft.

2 yds from tip of the ball 5 yards from tackle And level with QB 5 yds from tip of the ball 5 yards from tackle And level with QB

Base

A Tight

Lt. Twins

Rt. Twins

L Trips

R Trips

Tight

Lt. Trips

Rt. Trips

L Over

R Over

Lt. Over

Rt. Over

Tank

Hand-Off key comes up field

Pitch key takes QB


Hand-Off key closes

Making Personnel Decisions Leadership Ability Work Ethic Football Intelligence Communication Confidence Speed Natural Throwing Motion

Mental Preparation & Physical Preparation

Mental Preparation
Quarterback Manual

QBs must learn:


Gap designations of the defense How to identify & communicate where defenders line-up Handoff keys (how they change) Pitch keys (how they change)

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


C B A A B C

Typically, Defenses will put one man in charge of a single gap. That is called a gap-control defense. Learning this concept, will enable us to understand which defender is in charge of each gap.

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


5 4 4I 3 2 1 s 0 s 1 2 3 4I 4 5 789 9-Technique=outside shade of Tight end 8-Technique=head up on Tight end 7-Technique=inside shade of Tight end 5-Technique = outside shade of Offensive Tackle 4-Technique = head up on offensive tackle 4I-Technique = inside shade of Offensive Tackle 3-Technique = outside shade of Offensive Guard 2-Technique = head up on Offensive Guard 1-Technique = inside shade of Offensive Guard 0-Technique = head up on Center Shade = shaded to one side of the Center

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


C A E B T F

C B T
S E

C A
Hand Off Key Pitch Key

F E

C
B T E S

B T

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


C E F S

C
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B
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B
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C
B

B B
Hand Off Key Pitch Key

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


C E F B T N S

C
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B
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C B

C
S T E

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Hand Off Key Pitch Key

B N

Physical Preparation
Constant fundamental & drill work

Stance (should not change) Snap and Cadence Footwork QB/FB Mesh Mechanics of pitch Attacking Pitch Key

Ready Blue Sethit

pivot at 3/9

eyes on HOK
stab ball back knees bent pivot at 3/9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Stab ball back Ride forward with the backs momentum Try to keep your ride step within your frame Do not ride pass the front hip Disengage, and sprint off mesh with slight bubble step Attack outside shoulder of pitch key If pitch key is hard, your soft and if he is soft you are hard Pitch with thumbs up, thumbs down mechanics - pitch and follow

Be in 3 point stance Have hand at 5 yards Track through guards stance Soft fold the ball Look to cut off tackles block

5 yard split level with QB 2 point stance We want undetectable motion Go late, go fast in motion Run through tracks of RB Make a ball, ball, ball call Optimal pitch position- 4x1 Make a go, go, go call

Making Personnel Decisions


Put a premium on speed off the ball NOT SIZE Guards Best Drive Blockers Centers & Tackles Quick & Agile

B E

B T

B T E

Release move to LB Avoid contact at LOS Either swim or rip Quick off the ball

B E

B T

B T E

Drive block Man-on Must get movement Will get help from the Center

B E

B T

B T E

Drive block Man-on Must get movement If outside shade, drive out one-on-one

B E

B T

B T E

Double w/play side Guard Take DL to level 2 If DT plays B gap, secure play side A gap, then to backside LB

B E

B T

B T E

Cut off backside A gap

B E

B T

B T E

Wheel & Seal

B E T N

B T E

FS
C W C M S E

B E T

1.

Quarterback must know that he can never pitch off the ILB unless we are blocking the pitch key. We would look at motioning away from the side we dive and base it up or base up the frontside and hope the ILB over runs the play. Another attempt would be to bang release the hand-off key and hope that the ILB comes over top to fast. The tackle will then go to backside ILB. Another option is to insert the backside slot and arch the tackle.

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3.

4.

5.
6.

Our next option would be to block the playside ILB with the slot.
The last option would be to block the pitch key with the slot and pitch off the ILB. We could use a tight end or H back to break their scheme.

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Frankenmuth High School Northview High School

July 26, 27, 28 July 29, 30, 31

7 State Championship Teams Have Attended this Camp

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


C A E B T F

C B T
S E

C A
Hand Off Key

F E

C
B T E S

B T

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


C E F B T B T S

C
E

C
B

B B
Hand Off Key

Pages from the Quarterback Manual


C E F B T N S

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C B

C
S T E

E
Hand Off Key

B N

F C B E B T B T E B C

Pivot back at 3/9 Stab ball back Eyes on HOK Ride step within frame Get vertical in B Gap

RB Fundamentals Line up in a 3 point Have hand 5 yards from ball Track straight through QBs tracks Soft fold ball through mesh Give way if pull read

Making Personnel Decisions


Put a premium on speed off the ball NOT SIZE Guards Best Drive Blockers Centers & Tackles Quick & Agile

B E

B T

B T E

Kick out DE Must drive block & sustain contact If he spins to the inside, stay on & log

B E

B T

B T E

Double w/back side Guard Drive out of the play Must double w/play side Guard if 1-technique

B E

B T

B T E

Double w/Center Drive out of the play Single block if Center has play side 1-technique Cut block if single blocking

B E

B T

B T E

Wheel & Seal

B E N

B T E

F
C B E B T B T E B

QB. Fundamentals Point toe at 3/9 Get 2nd foot down before handoff Spin off Mesh

RB Fundamentals Line up in a 3 point Have hand 5 yards from ball Track straight through QBs tracks Cut off tackles 2nd level block

B E

B T

B T E

Release move Next LB to the inside Stretch splits Swim or Rip Avoid contact Must get movement, FB will cut off your block

B E

B T

B T E

Release move Next LB to the inside Stretch splits Swim or Rip Avoid contact

B E

B T

B T

B E

Block Back for pulling guard

B E

B T

B T E

Pull & Trap 1st man on or outside OG Pull into LOS

B E

B T

B T E

Wheel & Seal

C
B B B B

Zone Reach everyone If you can reach one more, then reach him.

C
B B B B

Zone Reach everyone If you can reach one more, then reach him.

C
B B B B

Point toe at 3/9 Hip Turn on Mesh Step back off Mesh to Hand Ball

B E

B T

B T E

Reach the 5 technique If the 5 stretches, drive him out If you hook the 5, then keep him

B E

B T

B T E

Drive Block the man over.

B E

B T

B T E

Fill for Frontside Guard

B E

B T

B T E

Pull and read the tackles block If he reaches the 5, then block the OLBer If he drives the 5 out, turn up inside him

B E

B T

B T E

Wheel and Seal

C
B B B B

Undetectable Motion Seal the plays ide backer

1. We catch the defense cheating because of option responsibilities 2. We arent going to run the ball into a seven man box 3. Our offensive concepts allow us to dissect the backend more effectively 4. We become a dangerous take what the defense gives us offense 5. Difficult to disguise blitzes 6. Hard to pressure the quarterback the ball is thrown so quickly 7. We find the right match-ups to attack 8. Pressure the defense by using motion

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Structure of Secondary One High/Two High (2 shell/3 shell) Depth of Safeties Position and eyes of Slot Defender Position and eyes of Corners Is any defender displaced? Are they moving to cheat option responsibilities? 8. Are they moving to cheat a route?

C A E B T

C B T
S E

C A E

C
B T E S

B T

F C

C B
E T

B
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B E

F B N

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B E

F C

SS B

W
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F C B E T

B T E B

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ROUTES
POST CORNER STREAK

DIG BENCH OUT SLANT

ROUTES
SEAM WHEEL
FADE

CORNER

SLICE

SLANT DRAG BACKER ARROW ZIP BUBBLE HITCH QUICK OUT

ROUTES
COMEBACK CRACK-SEAM

HOOK

DIG SIDELINE SLANT DIG

SIT HITCH

BACKER

SHORT DIG

HITCH/SEAM

GO, HITCH

ALL HITCHES

SLANT/ARROW

ALL SLANTS

SLANT/BUBBLE

QUICK OUT/SLICE

ALL QUICK OUTS

FADE/ARROW

ZIP

BUBBLE

UNDER

SLANT-DIG SIT - 7 YARDS BACKER ARROW

UNDER SWITCH

SLANT-DIG SIT - 7 YARDS BACKER ARROW

OVER

CORNER HOOK SLANT-DIG ARROW

STICK

CORNER

SLANT-DIG

SIT

BUBBLE

DICE

SLICE

HITCH

SHORT DIG

BUBBLE

1. Have a play action pass off each run that we use


2. Our run scheme and our pass protection need to look the same. 3. Our play action must slow down the pass rush (we gave up 3 sacks this year)

4. Must attack the weakness in the defense and find the one-onone matchup
5. Must keep the defense guessing

SEAM

SEAM

HITCH SHORT DIG

CHECK DOWN

SIDELINE

STREAK

HITCH DELAY ARROW

CHECK DOWN

CROSS
POST

DIG

DRAG

CHECK DOWN

CRACK SEAM/SIDELINE

CRACK/SEAM

HITCH

SIDELINE

CHECK DOWN

POLE

POST

HOLE HITCH

CHECK DOWN

FLOOD

STREAK

ARROW

DOOR
CORNER

SHORT DIG

CHECK DOWN

HOOKS

HOOK HOOK

CHECK DOWN

SCREENS

HITCH