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Power Running Game Out of the Spread Offense

By: Bruce Miller, Head Football Coach Gainesville High School

Where we got our information

Gus Malzahn Offensive Coordinator at Auburn Herb Hand Offensive Coordinator at Tulsa Tony Franklin New Offensive Coordinator at Louisiana Tech

Offensive Staff at Gainesville

Quarterbacks Myself Outside Receivers Tyler Perry (X and Z) John Kemp and Lyn Marsh Offensive Line Michael Perry Running Backs (H and F) we do this to cross train both backs . Matt Shirley - Y Receiver

The Way We Organize Our Run Game

We work on different runs each day of the Week.


Monday Inside Zone and Outside Zone Tuesday Gap schemes Power/Counter Wednesday QB Sweep/Lead Option and any other runs that we have not worked on for the week. Thursday Review

Why the Power and Counter ?

Looking for a way to attack defenses down hill from the Spread Offense. It builds power into our Offense. Be Physical!!! Great Play Action possibilities! Let Defenses know that we will use 2 backs and come at you. Set up a lot of options off of it. It makes defenses keep people in the box.

Counter and Power

If you play to stop the power you give us the Counter but both of them use a gap scheme We run power option when the DE is wrong arming or really crashing hard on the back. We try to keep things simple for Linemen ( Zone, Gap, Lead Option) and then Pass and Screen Blocking

Power Blocking Rules

PST -- B gap to #2 backer PSG A gap to #2 backer C Block Back BSG Pull for Front side LB ( keep shoulders square towards LOS ) BST Step and Hinge ( no run throughs in B gap!!! ) H back block C gap

RB Alignment and Assignments

F is 7 yards deep with his inside foot on the outside foot of guard ; takes off hugging double team ; square shoulder entry is a must! H is an arm length off OT; Hs outside foot is aligned on the OTs Inside foot; H has C Gap not a man!! Hs blocking assignment discussed later vs. field blitz call

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Stack Power w/ Q Utah Motion vs. Even

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Split Power vs. Even

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Stack Power vs. Field Blitz

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Power Option

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1. Flat (3-5 yds) 2. Y Drag (10 yds),

3. Run

Power Boot

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Seminole

Read Safety on Post; if safety comes up throw post; if he drops throw dig to unders

Counter

Rules are the same for Power Only thing different is that the H back and the Guard exchange responsibilities

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Counter Pass Same read as Seminole

Conclusion

The Power and Counter gives us something else to use vs. Defenses

The things that a defense has to do to prepare to play us


Screens Quick Passing Game Deep Passes Run Game( Options) Trick Plays

What Coaching means to me

Coaching to me is a Mission Field that God has put me in. I hope and want to make a difference in each persons life I touch. A person does not care how much you know until you show them how much you care! Develop a Philosophy of why you coach and work at that each day. Galatians (6:9) Let us not grow weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.

The Builder
I saw a group of men in my hometown I saw a group of men tearing a building down, With a heave and a ho and a mighty yell, They swung a beam and the sidewalk fell. And I said to the foreman, Are these men skilled, The type youd hire if you wanted to build? And he laughed and said, Why, no indeed, He said, Common labors all I need,

For I can tear down in a day or two What it took a builder ten years to do. And I thought to myself as I walked away, Which of these roles am I going to play? Am I the type that constantly tears down As I make my way, foolishly around? Or am I the type thats trying to build with care, In hopes that my organizationll be glad I was there?

Contact Info

Bruce Miller Head Coach, Gainesville High School Bruce.miller@gcssk12.net 770-287-2039