Backside Choice Routes In 20 Personnel RPOs
By Dallan Rupp, Head Coach, New Plymouth High School (ID)
With two solid running backs and a quarterback who was a dual threat, it was a no-brainer for New Plymouth High School (ID) head coach Dallan Rupp to design his RPOs...
Applying Springfield College’s Count System in an Option Offense
By Greg Webster, Offensive Coordinator, Springfield College (MA)
Since going to DIII in the late 90s, Springfield has had seven national rushing titles and finished second in nation in rushing three times. Find out how they count the edge to create...
Using 3-4 Gap Exchanges to Attack Run Blocking Schemes
By Andy Swedenhjelm, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, Newton High School (IA)
After switching their scheme from a 4-2-5 to a 3-4/3-3 stack, returning and jumping up to the biggest class in Iowa, Coach Swedenhjelm and Newton High School cut their points given up...
Adjusting C3 to “Match” Spread Sets
By Brandon Staley, Defensive Coordinator, James Madison University
John Carroll University (OH) finished tied for first in Division 3 in total defense and did so by using what Nick Saban and Alabama call “Match” coverage on 60-70 percent of all...
Frostburg State’s Down and Distance Pursuit Progression
By John Kelling, Defensive Coordinator / Linebacker Coach, Frostburg State University (MD)
Much more goes into teaching defenders how to pursue the football than chasing a “rabbit” to the sideline these days. Players have to be educated on the responsibilities of...
Quick Game Tags to Zone and Gap Run Schemes
By Jacob Knight, Offensive Line, Waverly High School (OH)
Tagging passing concepts in the run game is a growing trend. See how Coach Knight and his offense structured their concepts to result in over an 85% completion percentage on these calls...
Quarterback Outside Zone/Bubble RPO
By Chad Stadem, Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator, Washington High School (SD)
There are many ways to have the quarterback run the football. While the power, inverted veer, zone read, and midline read are among the most effective in today’s game, Coach Stadem...
Cover 3 Conversions From a Cover 2 Shell
By Nick Bamber, Defensive Backs Coach, Chesterton High School (Chesterton, IN)
The middle of the field is the biggest void of a cover two structure, so it would make sense to get a post-snap defender there before the offense can exploit...
Hardball and Solo Coverage to Defend RPOs
By Jerrod Sparling, Head Football Coach, River Valley High School (OH)
For the last two seasons at River Valley High School (OH), head coach Jerrod Sparling has been using 3 Cloud Coverage against 3x1 and 3x2 formation RPOs. It not only...
4x1 Triple Post Concept
By Rich Holzer, Head Football Coach, Mount Saint Joseph High School (MD)
See how this 4x1 concept has become a go to big play opportunity for Coach Holzer and his offense while helping the QB get rid of the ball quickly...
Two-Back Iso Variations from Spread Personnel Groupings
By Andy Martinez, Assistant Head Football Coach/Run Game Coordinator, Archbishop Stepinac High School (NY)
Discover how Coach Martinez uses 2 back Iso concepts to compliment his RPO and screen game in this new report. Read it here...
By Andy MartinezAssistant Head Football...
Pre-Snap Hitch Controls in the Run Game
By Mike Kuchar, Senior Research Manager, X&O Labs
See how 3 coaches are using hitch controls in their run game to attack defenses. Read the report here...
By Mike KucharSenior Research ManagerX&O LabsTwitter: @MikeKKuchar
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