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    We had an 'End' Around play out of Red/Blue for...

    We had an 'End' Around play out of Red/Blue for the TE that we used in the trap series. Crack for the X. GDB for HB, T, G, C. Backside Guard pulls outside hip of the HB's down block to outside hip of...
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    I know Belly Option isn't run too much anymore,...

    I know Belly Option isn't run too much anymore, but if it's still in your repertoire....
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    From a former DC's perspective, the toughest...

    From a former DC's perspective, the toughest teams to prepare for were the teams that ran one or two formations, but were extremely good and well versed at what they were doing. It seemed the timing...
  4. Thread: No Huddle

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    Thank you guys for all of the responses! You guys...

    Thank you guys for all of the responses! You guys have been great with the info that you have provided. It has been a ton of help and gives us a great place to start! If there are any other ideas,...
  5. Thread: No Huddle

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    No Huddle

    We are looking at going no huddle next year. We are looking for the best way to communicate plays. We aren't necessarily going to be up-tempo, so speed of communication is not an issue. Our play...
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    "Delaware would tell the HB to go over the top...

    "Delaware would tell the HB to go over the top like "Down" if cross block was called and insert only if man was called." This is how we did it. Only we didn't have any line calls, just rules. So we...
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    We teach it as a "cutback" block. As discussed...

    We teach it as a "cutback" block. As discussed before, it's an effort and hustle block. Realistically, if the FS is any good, a SE will have a very difficult time cutting him off. So we have a...
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    For us, the QB should see him right before his...

    For us, the QB should see him right before his break to the corner. Our post/corner is an "8" route. 5 steps-break to the post on the 5th step, 3 steps-break to the corner (front pylon of the...
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    We threw to the TE 80% of the time on Waggle. He...

    We threw to the TE 80% of the time on Waggle. He was our second read. Once the QB got his head around he peaked at the corner. If the SE had him beat he set and threw. If there was any question, he...
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    As part of our Gap/Down/Backer teaching we would...

    As part of our Gap/Down/Backer teaching we would always try to help the kids understand that almost all defenses are going to be gap responsible. So if a defense is showing a 7 tech and a 4...
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    If you only use those formation adjustments...

    If you only use those formation adjustments against teams that have stacked the strong side, then I don't think it's really a tendency. They obviously knew which plays were your bread and butter or...
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    That's why football is so great! We have had near...

    That's why football is so great! We have had near the exact opposite philosophy. We've always felt that one formation teams offered less tendencies for us to scout as opposed to more. From an...
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    As a D Coordinator I can tell you the toughest...

    As a D Coordinator I can tell you the toughest teams to prepare for are the ones that run 1-2 balanced formations with a limited number of plays. Either you can stop them, or you can't. They tend to...
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    Have to look if I have video of it. Not sure how...

    Have to look if I have video of it. Not sure how Bellevue teaches it, but we did it a little differently I guess. Try it yourself. Walk up to a desk, bookshelf or chair and put your hands underneath...
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    Trial and error. In '04 had a young JV QB with...

    Trial and error. In '04 had a young JV QB with slow feet and a fumbling problem (Varsity center snapped too hard) thrust into a varsity role. Necessity is the mother of invention.
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    The idea is to get the QB's shoulders on the same...

    The idea is to get the QB's shoulders on the same plane as the C's backside. This allows for the QB's feet to be further from the LOS which lessens the chance of getting stepped on by the center or...
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    I'd just explain to the HB that we take what the...

    I'd just explain to the HB that we take what the defense gives us. Once the season starts and you face this again run down until the cows come home. I would bet your next opponent aligns to stop the...
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    We've run a great FB screen to the play side of...

    We've run a great FB screen to the play side of Rocket....off of our Rocket PA pass. We run a flood concept where our FB attempts to block/seal the edge.

    On the screen the OL blocks gap left...
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    Thanks for the response! I have seen a couple...

    Thanks for the response! I have seen a couple small schools from California that did the quick huddle. They were very good at it!

    I do like the conditioning aspect of it, but am a little worried...
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    Does hurry up give you an advantage?

    I am the DC at a small high school. Our OC wants to incorporate a hurry up system this year. While I understand there are advantages to no huddle, what are the advantages for the offense to use an...
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    From a defensive standpoint, the most difficult...

    From a defensive standpoint, the most difficult teams for us to defend have always been the teams that run one, maybe two formations. Then they just run all their plays extremely well.

    I know...
  22. Thread: Hudl Editing

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    That would be easier....I've been doing the other...

    That would be easier....I've been doing the other way for years (as per a Hudl rep). It's good to know there is a much easier way to do it.

    Thanks a ton!

    Thirsty
  23. Thread: Hudl Editing

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    Create a playlist in Hudl that includes all the...

    Create a playlist in Hudl that includes all the clips that you want.

    Using Hudl video editor (download from Hudl.com if you don't currently have it on your computer) select the 'Download a project...
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    We teach our backs by series and our line by...

    We teach our backs by series and our line by technique. Our backs will start with the Trap, Sweep, Waggle series. Our line has 3 techniques to learn. Down (GDB), Base (Man on/away) and Pass. Our trap...
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    What adjustments do you make when your opponent...

    What adjustments do you make when your opponent has that one superior athlete on the flank that makes the rocket difficult to run?

    I assume this happens every once in a while. Hopefully not that...
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