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Shotgun Zone Read Play Action Passing Game Email: [email protected] GENERAL NOTES• We are going to SPREAD you then BEAT you. Just because we are a “spread team: doesn’t mean we are soft. Being physical on the offensive line translates to the defense, which means more physical and productive practices • Finesse means losing. • Schemes are beautiful, MATCH-UPS WIN • We use a DPMO formula for WRs…Don’t Piss Me Off. • We “FISH”, when we throw the football…CATCH and RELEASE. • We don’t have a lot o

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Shotgun Zone Read Play Action Passing Game Email: [email protected] GENERAL NOTES

We are going to SPREAD you then BEAT you. Just because we are a spread team: doesnt mean we are soft. Being physical on the offensive line translates to the defense, which means more physical and productive practices Finesse means losing. Schemes are beautiful, MATCH-UPS WIN We use a DPMO formula for WRsDont Piss Me Off. We FISH, when we throw the footballCATCH and RELEASE. We dont have a lot of Pass concepts because of the time devoted to our run game.

Shotgun Zone Read Play Action Passing Game

1. Utilize on run downs. The run fake should model you mostsuccessful run 2. Turn your lineman loose and dont worry about them being down field. We teach to the QB to release the ball quickly. 3. Your pass concept concepts should include a CROSSING concept

and a VERTICAL concept.4. This portion of the offense has great home run potential

Shotgun Zone Read Play Action Passing Game FOUR VERTICALSVersus Cover 3 or 1 high safety

Isolate the safety with the 2 inside WRs Throw opposite of the Free Safetys hips OR hold the him to one side

Versus Cover 2/4 or 2 high safetiesBENDER RULES

In 2x2 formation the bender should be John (aka the WR with the best hands) Never bend the TE In 3x1 formation, the bender should be #2 WR You may build in a bail out with outside WRsFADE SIT route

P12, P13 Routes

P12, P13 Routes

P12, P13 Bender

JOHN

Shotgun Zone Read Play Action Passing Game BOOTQB roll out depth should be 6-8 yards, When we deepen the roll, we had less problems with the edge pressure.

ROUTE RULES

(simple from playside to backside)

#1 has a TAKE OFFclear out the coverage #2 has FLATSif #2 is a WR then runs a WHIP. If he is a TE then he runs an ARROW. #3 has a CROSS #4 has a SKINNY POST

12,13 BOOT

12,13 BOOT

12,13 BOOT

12,13 BOOT SMASH

Shotgun Zone Gap Run Game DARTThe puller has one simple assignment. HIM block. The HIM is the Middle LB. This eliminates confusion which can lead to a missed assignment.

No What if he does ______? because the answer is block HIM We want to direct the Dart at a B Gap Bubble whenever it is possible.

Teach the Dart Scheme - In Three Parts Front side Tackle Combo Block Area and Pull

Coaching Points: #1 Stay on combination block as long as possible. The counter fake will slow down the backside backer. #2 Use Pop step on the play side. Pick up spark games. #3 Plays side tackle - Collect the tackle if crosses your face and gap block. Collect B gap blitz if he is at heals depth. #4 Backside tackle must eye the tail of the tackle. If you see it - Isolate the LB. If turns away prepare to trap.

Program Development You outcoach people through the year, not just Friday nights. Warren Central has a great relationship with the Marines, Semper Fi means Always Faithful.

The biggest mistake a new head coach can make is not respecting tradition at the school. If there is not a tradition, find one by looking at the schools history.Coach Hart uses the Urban Meyers philosophy about celebrating and rewarding great behavior. When you separate great behavior, the players have individual incentives that add up as a team. This can motivate individuals without totally isolating them.

The biggest difference you can make is in the middle school programs.Parent meetings When the meeting is about playing timethe players should be present. When the meeting is about behavior, then only the parent should be present. Coach Hart handed out a great packet. Contact info [email protected] 317-869-4679

USF Vertical Passing Game

Objectives and thoughts

1. We use it to create BIG PLAYS 2. It makes the defense honor the deep pass, which loosens the defense. 3. Run the concept on FIRST and SECOND down NOT THIRD down! 4. Why switch the boundary WRs? This makes it easier to avoid underneath traffic

FS

#1 WR (field side)#2 WR (field side) #2 WR (boundary side) #1 WR (boundary side)

FADE. If you cant beat the CB then settle INSIDE at 15 yards.SEAM. FADE. Outside release to numbers. If you cant beat the CB the settle INSIDE LANDMARK SEAM. Against 1 high safety run the seam.

QB: Vs Cover 3 throw away from the safety

FS

SS

#1 WR (field side)#2 WR (field side) #2 WR (boundary side) #1 WR (boundary side)

FADE. If you cant beat the CB then settle INSIDE at 15 yards.SEAM. FADE. Outside release to numbers. Be aware of the hole throw vs Cover 2 ADJUSTER. Settle underneath ZONE coverage. Run from MAN coverage.

QB: Vs Cover 2/4 look for adjuster route

FS

SS

#1 WR (field side)#2 WR (field side) #3 WR (field side) #1 WR (boundary side)

FADE. If you cant beat the CB then settle INSIDE at 15 yards.ADJUSTER. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards. Run from MAN coverage. LANDMARK SEAM . Aim at inside of hash mark FADE. If you cant beat the CB then settle INSIDE at 15 yards.

QB: Vs Cover 2/4 look for adjuster route. Throw ball to #3 outside of hash mark.

FS

SS

#1 WR (field side)#2 WR (field side) #3 WR (field side) #1 WR (boundary side)

LANDMARK SEAM. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards.LANDMARK SEAM. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards. EXPANSION VERTICAL FADE. If you cant beat the CB then settle INSIDE at 15 yards.

QB: 2 on 1 versus the High Safety

FS

SS

#1 WR (field side)#2 WR (field side) #3 WR (field side) #1 WR (boundary side)

LANDMARK SEAM. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards.LANDMARK SEAM. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards. Breakdown to sell screen block then EXPANSION VERTICAL RUN QUICK SCREEN PATH.

QB: 2 on 1 versus the High Safety

FS

SS

CURL when CB drops

#1 WR (field side)#2 WR (field side) #2 WR (boundary side) #1 WR (boundary side)

EXPANSION HITCH. Run a hitch route wider to separate from the FLAT DEFENDER.CORNER. If CB drops and caps the route then CURL LANDMARK SEAM. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards. LANDMARK SEAM. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards.

QB: 2 on 1 versus the High Safety

CURL when CB drops

#1 WR (field side)#2 WR (field side) #3 WR (field side) #1 WR (boundary side)

EXPANSION HITCH. Run a hitch route wider to separate from the FLAT DEFENDER.CORNER. If CB drops and caps the route then CURL ADJUSTER. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards. Run deep from MAN. LANDMARK SEAM. Settle underneath ZONE coverage at 12 yards.

QB: 2 on 1 versus the High Safety

FS

SS

#1 WR (field side)

VOID. Square cut in at 6 yards. Look for ball. Great blitz control for 2 from the field blitz.

#2 WR (field side)#2 WR (boundary side) #1 WR (boundary side)

CORNERFLATS then SETTLE outsideno deep coverage then GO! ADJUSTER. Settle underneath ZONE coverage. Run from MAN coverage. Lfash hand to signal you are going deep.

QB: 1. Corner 2. Adjuster 3. Void

5/6 Man Pass ProtectionsTECHNIQUES 1. Win one on one reps with the set up point. By choosing the path you will take to set up and engage the defender on their path to the quarterback. I stress that set up point is the most important aspect of winning one on one reps. For instance, if a defender is in a wide alignment we can set vertical (straight back) or kick sink (45 degree angle) depending on which set we think will give us the best chance to win the rep. Tight alignments we use vertical, kick sink, or power (gain no depth with our set). 2. Protect inside first. 70% weight inside. 3. Build the wall of fat. Stay square and keep hips square. 4. OL should be HIP to HIP when passing defenders. 5. Punch and Defend your QB with aggression. TWO BASIC TYPES: Vertical Set and Power Set PROTECTION SCHEME 1. Teach your Scheme once. Make sure you have a scheme and rule system that you believe in. Install this system on day one and stick with it. I do not believe in adjusting protection rules on a weekly or daily basis to try and counter a defenses blitzes. 2. Choose what you want to be good at, then practice it every day. I believe in spending more time on technique and less time on trying to pick up every possible scenario they could throw at you. 3. Study and read your opponent, but prepare your players to be great at what they must do to have success. Teach them which situations to use them in: Speed Rusher Vertical, Bull Rusher Power, Kick Sink, Twist Scheme Vertical, etc.

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Frontside Tackle man on man the EMOL Frontside Guard READ ILB He drops, then DOUBLE the NOSE He goes out then pass to FS Tackle, you take the END He walks up, then you block him Center man on the nose then to A GAP Backside Guard- If the ILB drops be aware of OLB (#4) playing games Backside Tackle-man on EMOL, then look outside. RB-check OLB (#4) He can dual read to either side

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Frontside Tackle man on man the EMOL Frontside Guard man on man Center KICK SINK pass inside gap, vertical step at 45 angle Backside Guard- PUNCH FIRST then KICK SINK pass inside gap, vertical step at 45 angle Backside Tackle- KICK SINK pass inside gap, vertical step at 45 angle RB- Fill open gap

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Frontside Tackle man on man the EMOL Frontside Guard KICK SINK weakside gap, vertical step at 45 angle Center man on the nose then to A GAP Backside Guard- KICK SINK weakside gap, vertical step at 45 angle Backside Tackle-man on EMOL

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BE AWARE of WHO you DONT have in pass protection