Developing a QB Drill System
By Nick Coleman, Offensive Coordinator, Itawamba Community College
In preparing your QB, it’s important to give him a system, rather than a series of drills, to teach him the proper way to respond when things unravel this fall. But considering the...
Square Drag/Skip-to-Hip Technique in Outside Zone
By Austin Emerson, Offensive Line Coach, Morrilton High School (AR)
Discover how Coach Emerson has adapted his Outzide Zone technique to match his players. Read more here...
By Austin Emerson Offensive Line Coach Morrilton High School (AR)
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Okie Pressures to Defend Flexbone Option
By Mike Kuchar, Lead Research Manager, X&O Labs
See how Clay Iverson (Mukwonago High School (WI)) uses his Grizzley package to attack flexbone teams with Okie Pressures. Find more here...
By Mike KucharSenior Research ManagerX&O LabsTwitter: @MikekKuchar
The following research was conducted as...
Modifying Your RPO Package Based Off Defensive Alignments
By Dustin Beurer, Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator, Albion College (MI)
The Britions were top ten in the country in yards per game (509) and points per game (42.6), much of it coming from these two concepts. Offensive coordinator Dustin Beurer explains...
Using a Dual Player Pre-Snap Check System
By Cameron Andersen, Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator, Gooding High School (ID)
The most difficult variable for an offensive coordinator to get the ball to his best playmaker is assessing how the defense will play him post-snap. But using a pre-snap audible system...
8 Rationales to Defend Jet Motion
By Jason Brown, Defensive Coordinator, Dutchtown High School (LA)
Jet motion is becoming more and more prevalent within offensive schemes today. This concept presents a multitude of problems that are not solved by the typical motion adjustments most defenses employ in...
Quick Combo Route to Beat Quarters Coverage
By Mike Dovenberg, Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach, Gavilan College, CA
With all the quarters coverage that people are facing this season, this concept will be essential as the post season arrives. Find out more here.
By Mike DovenbergOffensive Coordinator/QB CoachGavilan College, CATwitter: @CoachDovey
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Bear Defense vs. Speed Option
By Mike Kuchar, Senior Research Manager, X&O Labs
How the Bear defense adjusts to defend speed option concepts.
By Mike KucharSenior Research ManagerX&O LabsTwitter: @MikeKKuchar
Editor’s Note: The following research was conducted as part of XandOLabs.com special report on “The Virginia Tech Bear Package,”...
No Huddle: Wrist Cards With Multiple Systems
By Tom Lewis, Offensive Coordinator, Plymouth HS (OH)
The debate over wrist cards in the no huddle never seems to end, but Coach Lewis gives and in depth and convincing case for how his team made the switch to no huddle...
5 Ways to Beat Quarters Coverage
By Brian Casey, Head Coach, Aurora Central Catholic High School (IL)
Find out how you can attack the increasingly common Quarters Coverage with these varied schemes...
By Brian CaseyHead CoachAurora Central Catholic High School (IL)Twitter: @ACCHSFootball
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Hot Route System for the High School QB
By Dan Ellis, Head Coach, Great Valley High School (PA)
In an effort to stay simplistic, many high school offenses employ a half-man/half-slide protection scheme and Great Valley High School (PA) head coach Dan Ellis is no different. But with the...