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    Coaches:
    We have been running waggle out of various formations this summer in passing leauge. We have run it out of loose & as well as TE/wing sets.
    I'd like to run it from pro-blue & pro-red as well as trips (se with 2 HB's to oneside) formations.

    I would love to hear who others are doing it.
    Chris Cuomo
    Offensive Coordinator
    East Haven High School
    East Haven, CT

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    Red Pro Waggle Left :
    1. SE - Post-Corner.
    2. TE - Crossing route.
    3.FLanker (RHB) - Skinny Post.

    Blue Pro Waggle Right :
    1. SE - Post Corner.
    2. TE - Crossing route.
    3. LHB/Flanker - Skinny Post.

    Trips Right Waggle Right (Both HB's align right)
    1. RE (#1 Rec) Post route.
    2. #2 Rec - Wheel route.
    3. #3 Rec - Fake Jet/Rocket/Buck and block backside edge.
    4. LE - Skinny Post.

    Denny Dierick

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    Thumbs down waggle

    Chris: Try "waggle switch"... with the SE and FB! It worked great for us in passing league cuz an ILB couldn't cover our FB out of the backfield and then go deep to the corner! Substitute a speedy back at FB if you need to... and get him through there and up the field quick!
    Blessings,
    Lew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach Lew J
    Chris: Try "waggle switch"... with the SE and FB!
    This might be obvious, but the SE hits the flats since the FB is going deep, right? Thanks.
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    How do you teach the split end's pattern on the waggle? We have tried different variations of the post corner, corner, fly, v-out, etc. How many yards? How many steps? What kind of split? We almost never throw it to the split end. I don't think its being timed up well. Thanks.

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    Try Waggle @ 5. The TE will run through center field & the FL will drag undeneath at a depth of 8-10 yds. The QB will pull up over the tackle at a depth of 6 yds after the fake to the HB & looks down the middle (TE) to Drag (FL). The front side guards pulls & kicks out & you can keep the FB in to block the vacated guard area instead of releasing to the flat. The back side guard & tackle step & cup.

    My favorite waggle out of trips was the following:

    #1 - 10 yd. loop out
    #2 - flag
    #3 - fake sweep & block back side

    We also did it from empty with the back side #2 running a drag & #1 running a back side post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsanny View Post
    Try Waggle @ 5. The TE will run through center field & the FL will drag undeneath at a depth of 8-10 yds. The QB will pull up over the tackle at a depth of 6 yds after the fake to the HB & looks down the middle (TE) to Drag (FL). The front side guards pulls & kicks out & you can keep the FB in to block the vacated guard area instead of releasing to the flat. The back side guard & tackle step & cup.

    My favorite waggle out of trips was the following:

    #1 - 10 yd. loop out
    #2 - flag
    #3 - fake sweep & block back side

    We also did it from empty with the back side #2 running a drag & #1 running a back side post.
    I was just talking to Herky Billings about Waggle @ 5. QB would read the Backside Safety. He said a lot of times the WB would run right past the Safety for a Home Run. He said it was important for the SE not to run past the hash.

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    Bryan Schaumloffel
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    Quote Originally Posted by bucksweep View Post
    I was just talking to Herky Billings about Waggle @ 5. QB would read the Backside Safety. He said a lot of times the WB would run right past the Safety for a Home Run. He said it was important for the SE not to run past the hash.

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    How would you read that versus 1 safety?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachie View Post
    How would you read that versus 1 safety?
    i will ask him and get a better answer, but I would say the same way. If the F/S stays deep and moves toward HB down the seam hit the SE, if he plays the cross, plays sweep or plays the TE look for the HB down the seam.
    Bryan Schaumloffel
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    This was a great play for us for many years and actually is the pattern from Twins Gun that we use called Buck Sweep Throwback. We called the play Waggle Dig under center which was Delaware's Waggle @ 5. We ran the SE on a true Dig pattern...10 vertical... 5 to the Post then straight across @ 15 right off the tail of the slot or twin clearing center field. The QB sets up in B gap and it's a way to gain 15 yds with the QB only throwing it 20. It almost always hits between the guards right down the field hence Waggle @5.

    This was also the backside pattern for us on Buck Sweep Keep Pass with the wing running a Flag. We would do this when the corner has become a headache on Buck Sweep. This puts the Cov2 safety in great conflict to get to the flag giving you an inside/out on him with the clear out man. This really opens up the Dig or if the backside safety freezes on the Dig you have a TD with the Twin over the top of the conflicted safety.

    Rich Erdelyi

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