Researchers’ Note: the following is a supplemental report to the Coaching Research Report, Attacking the Alley Against Odd Front Defenses. By Dan Ellis Head Football Coach Springfield High School (PA) We have created our offensive scheme to fit the reality of our situation – in almost half of our league games we are playing teams [...]
By Mike Kuchar Senior Research Manager X&O Labs email@example.com Before we ruffle any feathers of the football purists in the world, it’s important to note that the following information may not be conducive to what you do offensively. Quite frankly, it pales in popularity to the zone read, bubble screen or power O. In fact, [...]
By Mike Kuchar Senior Research Manager X&O Labs firstname.lastname@example.org It’s official. We’ve begun our journey into the hallowed halls of football by presenting the first of what will be many reports on the double/triple option series. We’ve always had a great deal of respect for the true option scheme. We feel like it is the [...]
New research uncovers ‘eye-opening’ details of how today’s offensive line coaches are blocking the outside zone scheme.
By Mike Kuchar Senior Research Manager X&O Labs email@example.com Ah…the battle tested Power O. It rivals the veer option as perhaps the most utilized offensive scheme in football. It’s tried and true – tracing back from the days when Woody Hayes fed the ball to Archie Griffin behind a stout fullback and those dominate offensive [...]