The power play has been around the game of football for decades and is a proven winner, but the one back power play has proven even more effective.
Training offensive linemen in the art of pass protection must be grounded in core beliefs to help players become proficient in an unnatural skill set.
In an RPO, up-tempo offense, there are some skills that wide receivers need to exercise for individual success, as well as the success of the entire offense.
The big back is a tough, physical football player who has an unorthodox body type for a primary ball carrier who must run vertically without hesitation.
If taught effectively and executed well, stretch can be a consistent piece of moving the ball each week and give you a go-to play all in times of need.
The Keys to catching the ball for Wide Receivers must be taught with clear and concise communication. These tips will help improve your WR position.
There are too many variations of offenses today. Whatever you run, the object is to score points. Simplicty in your vertical passing game is the key.
Having a personnel plan in place for emergency situations is vital for success. Learn how you can make quick adjustments, even in the middle of the season.
As offenses have evolved to using more 3 and 4 WR formations over the last several years, the fullback position has been declared nearly extinct. Today, in order to run plays that require a fullback, you may need to combine the tight end and fullback positions into one.
RPI Running Backs/ Pass Game Coordinator, Nicholas Marcella, breaks down how they utilize multiple formations and tempo when combining the Jet-Sweep/Mid-Zone.
In explaining his offensive philosophy, University of St. Thomas head coach Glenn Caruso says how you teach and implement concepts is of the utmost importance. He outlines three philosophical pillars upon which his offense is built.
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