Duo fits well in our system for multiple reasons: simple rules, all-around versatility, and the physical mindset it manifests throughout every offensive position group. Duo gives us a great opportunity to impose our will on defenses with two and sometimes three double teams on the line of scrimmage (LOS). As an offense, we take pride in dominating first-level defenders from the start. This mindset allows for 3 or 4 yards early in the game to become 7 or 8 yards as those double teams begin to take their toll.
The key to this screen is timing. The QB must get the ball to the RB in stride, and the OGs must do a great job of blocking in space.
On a late September evening in 2019, the Tulane Green Wave looked set to accept their fate and take their game against Houston to overtime late in the fourth quarter. With just 18 seconds on the clock, and the score tied at 31, Tulane ran a fake kneeldown that sprung their offense for a first down, setting up what would be a 53-yard catch and run for a touchdown in the final seconds.
Spread out the defense using your formation, then use your halfback to lead the way on a fast downhill ISO play.
With this trick play, the aim is to get the Y up the seam with no one covering. The tackle can get depth to be an outlet for the quarterback.
We feel that special teams are legitimately one‐third of the game and create some of the biggest plays in the game. While all special teams are important, the bedrock is kickoff. We tell our kickoff team that we are the first defensive play of the game or the first play in second half.
Our rush rules create rush integrity for our defense, and we emphasize playing fast and physical without overthinking it. To become an elite pass rusher, players must focus on four aspects: eyes, get off, hands and finish.
The Zone Read Slice is a downhill play that allows you to create double teams on the front with a read action in the backfield.
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate simple drills to maximize time while training multiple movement skills for the defensive back.
These basic principles should help all tight ends coaches. They should also help run-game coaches become proficient in the pass game.
The Spacing Play allows you to get a one-on-one matchup on the backside. and stretch the defense vertically and horizontally.
We created our Power Read play by mixing the philosophy and techniques of our mid zone and power plays combined.