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    If you do have ability, everything else matters.

    KEEP JETTIN!
    Coacho

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    Lay down some long heavy bags in a row. Maybe about four or five of them. Have the defender hold a shield and stand in front of the bags. Tell him to brace for impact. Have your front side guard kick him out, extending his legs and putting the defender down on the pile of bags with him on top of him.
    That gives them the true feeling of exploding through the block and really finishing. Also causes them to bend knees before impact and get pad level down.
    It sounds a little rough but really isn't. We did it with the bucksweep when running wing-t and use it with the FB when I'm running the double wing for the super-power drill. I "stole" it from a Hugh Wyatt video but it fits into the wing-t just as well for 20's and 30's series.
    Like Bryan said, the bucksweep drill is a must. We do it with waggle as well. We preach the "?" aspect of the backside pull. We move our cones around to simulate the correct path for the "alert" call (I stole that from Glen too!). We also have have our scout LB on the move for the backside guard. We use two so they get used to passing buy that front-side LB if he is flying over the top.
    Along with that we get the guards to practice telling us about that FS LB fast flow. On game-night we depend on them making us aware of those types of information bits. Most of the time they see that stuff much better and quicker than the coaches.

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    Good coaching point from another thread on the Sweep.

    "When we run Buck Sweep Drill (perfect play) we force that b-s G to "find" a bag and he MUST be blocking somebody when the whistle blows or the whole team runs the play again. We run the S through; we sit him in C gap; we fly him outside... give that b-s OG a lot of looks when they're just hitting bags so he has a picture of what he will see Friday night.

    Bles'sings,
    Lew
    Bryan Schaumloffel
    Bucksweep.com and Spreademandshredem.com


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    When you are running Bucksweep how important is the depth that your Guards are getting?

    In watching Coach Herm's tapes and how he teaches the sweep drill to their campers (and seeing him at last years clinic) the FSG will get 3 steps of depth and then come downhill off the HB's block and the BSG will go flat for 2 steps (get past the center) and then get those 3 steps of depth and come downhill. I believe Bryan referred to this as the "bell step".

    Anyway, in watching film of other teams run Bucksweep I don't feel like I'm seeing the guards take those steps for depth. Generally it seems like they are pulling flat and just going out to execute their assignment.

    That being said, is that something that isn't necessarily critical to the plays success or is it something that is happening but its not really noticeable from film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachSchelb
    When you are running Bucksweep how important is the depth that your Guards are getting?

    In watching Coach Herm's tapes and how he teaches the sweep drill to their campers (and seeing him at last years clinic) the FSG will get 3 steps of depth and then come downhill off the HB's block and the BSG will go flat for 2 steps (get past the center) and then get those 3 steps of depth and come downhill. I believe Bryan referred to this as the "bell step".

    Anyway, in watching film of other teams run Bucksweep I don't feel like I'm seeing the guards take those steps for depth. Generally it seems like they are pulling flat and just going out to execute their assignment.

    That being said, is that something that isn't necessarily critical to the plays success or is it something that is happening but its not really noticeable from film?
    I think it is very important, but it is something you have to keep telling the kids over and over. We are always getting after the PSG to get deeper. We want the guards to get deep to avoid the garbage that is near the LOS. It also times up better for the HB running the sweep. You do not want the PSG to hit the block too soon. It is one of the things that makes the Bucksweep an expansive play. Not only is making the block important but the timing of the block also comes into play.
    Bryan Schaumloffel
    Bucksweep.com and Spreademandshredem.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by bucksweep
    I think it is very important, but it is something you have to keep telling the kids over and over. We are always getting after the PSG to get deeper. We want the guards to get deep to avoid the garbage that is near the LOS. It also times up better for the HB running the sweep. You do not want the PSG to hit the block too soon. It is one of the things that makes the Bucksweep an expansive play. Not only is making the block important but the timing of the block also comes into play.

    Is it as important for the BSG to get all of that depth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bucksweep
    Pull right block right... (Pulling right use right shoulder/Pulling left use left shoulder)

    Just something I say to reinforce the correct shoulder to use on the block on the force.


    Backside guard... eyeball the backer for run through while pulling, dip shoulder and grab grass as you turn up through the hole.
    Coach, what do you mean eyeball for "run through"?

    Also, what is the purpose of the dipping of the shoulder & grabbing grass? Is this to keep him skinny and keep him from getting tied up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachclark
    Coach, what do you mean eyeball for "run through"?

    Also, what is the purpose of the dipping of the shoulder & grabbing grass? Is this to keep him skinny and keep him from getting tied up?
    The purpose of dipping the shoulder is to lower the center of gravity so the Guard and hug the WB's down block as he looks for the scraping LB. It helps the guard from pulling up too wide and missing the block.

    As the BSG pulls sometimes the LB will fill through an open window. The guard should be eye balling the LB as he is pulling instead of trying to find his target as he pulls through the hole.

    He may or may not do it but at the very least it is something that he hears over and over and gets him thinking and pulling with his eye on the defense instead of open space.
    Bryan Schaumloffel
    Bucksweep.com and Spreademandshredem.com


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    Great Bucksweep Coaching Points

    By Lew Johnston
    lzj111@verizon.net

    NOTES AND COACHING POINTS ON EXECUTING BUCK SWEEP:

    1- TE AND TACKLE MUST UNDERSTAND THAT THEY MUST “STAY ON THEIR PATH” WHEN DOWN BLOCKING. DON’T CHASE! THERE WILL BE SOMEONE INSIDE THAT THEY CAN GET A BODY ON. THEY STEP WITH THEIR INSIDE FOOT AT THE DEFENSIVE LINEMAN TO THEIR INSIDE. IF THE TE HAS AN END “ON” HIM, HE MUST EXPLODE HARD AND FAST TO GET “UNDER” THAT END AND DRIVE FOR THE NEAR INSIDE LB. THE SAME HOLDS TRUE WITH AN INSIDE SHADE ON THE TACKLE. HE HAS TO “DIP AND RIP” TO BEAT THE DT OFF THE LINE AND GET INSIDE.
    2- WINGBACK: CHEAT UP IF NECESSARY BUT COME HARD! DON’T WORRY ABOUT MISSING THE DEFENDER. IF HE STEPS AROUND YOU… LET HIM GO! THE PULLING GUARD WILL PICK HIM UP. BUT… IF YOU MAKE CONTACT, YOU MUST KEEP CONTACT AND RIDE HIM. THE WORST THING YOU CAN DO IS TO HESITATE AND LET THAT DE/OLB GET PENETRATION.
    IF IT’S AN EVEN FRONT DEFENSE AND THE MAN OVER/SHADED ON THE TE “DISAPPEARS” INSIDE AS YOU START DOWN, YOU MUST STAY ON YOUR PATH JUST LIKE WE TELL THE TE AND TACKLE AND BLOCK THE NEXT FREE MAN INSIDE (PROBABLY THE LB).
    3- THE FRONT SIDE GUARD MUST GET DEPTH ON HIS FIRST 2 PULL STEPS AND THEN “LEVEL OFF ON THE 3RD STEP. FROM THE 1ST STEP, HE NEEDS TO GET HIS EYES ON THE TAIL OF THE WINGBACK SO HE CAN FOCUS ON HIS TARGET. HE STARTS DOWN-HILL ON HIS 4TH STEP AND WANTS TO GET AN INSIDE-OUT ANGLE ON THE 1ST DEFENDER OUTSIDE THE WING’S BLOCK TO KICK HIM OUT. BE PREPARED TO MEET FORCE WITH FORCE AND RUN YOUR FEET TO MOVE THAT GUY OUT OF THERE!
    4- THE CENTER MUST STEP TO PLAY SIDE AND AT LEAST “HELP” WITH A DEFENSIVE TACKLE OVER OUR GUARD… UNTIL THE TACKLE ARRIVES FOR HIS DOWN BLOCK. USE YOU HAND IF YOU NEED TO BUT PROTECT THE A GAP. THERE MAY BE A LB BLITZ INTO THE PLAY SIDE A GAP THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO STOP! IF NO THREAT TO A GAP, THEN TURN BACK AND PICK UP ANY “TRASH” TRYING TO RUN THROUGH OVER TOP OF YOU OR YOUR BACK SIDE A GAPS.
    5- FULLBACK: YOU MUST BE A “FAKER/BLOCKER”. YOUR FAKE OF THE TRAP MUST HOLD THE LB’S! THEN AS YOU ROLL OVER AN IMAGINARY BALL, YOU HAVE TO FILL THE BACKSIDE A GAP AND STOP ANYONE TRYING TO RUN THROUGH…. ESPECIALLY AN EVEN FRONT DEFENSIVE TACKLE OVER OUR BACKSIDE PULLING GUARD. THEY WILL TRY TO “HIP POCKET” THE GUARD AS HE PULLS TOWARDS THE HOLE. YOU MUST STOP HIM BY DRIVING HIM TO THE OUTSIDE AWAY FROM THE HOLE! *A CRITICAL BLOCK THAT MUST BE EMPHASIZED.
    6- BACKSIDE GUARD: AS YOU PULL, YOU MUST BEGIN TO “EYE” THE LB’S. AS YOU PULL DOWN THE LINE, GET A LITTLE DEPTH FROM THE LINE SO YOU CAN CLEAN ANY TRASH ALONG YOUR PATH. AS YOU SEE THE FRONT SIDE GUARD KICK OUT, YOU TURN UP INSIDE OF THAT BLOCK AND LOOK TO “WALL OFF” PURSUIT FROM THE BACKSIDE LB. *THIS IS A CRITICAL BLOCK. YOU WILL BLOW OPEN THE HOLE BY CLEARING OUT THE RB’S “TUNNEL.” *THIS BLOCK CAN BE PRACTICED IN “PERFECT PLAY/BUCK SWEEP DRILL” IN PRACTICE. THE PLAY DOES NOT COUNT UNLESS THIS GUARD FINDS A BAG AND MAKES CONTACT.
    7- BACKSIDE TACKLE: TAKE A HARD GAP STEP AND DON’T LET ANYONE PENETRATE THAT B GAP. THEN MOVE UP TO LB DEPTH AND BEGIN TO SPRINT ACROSS THE FIELD. THERE WILL BE A DEFENSIVE BACK WHO WILL SHOW UP. OPTIMALLY, WE’D LIKE HIM TO KICK OUT THE CORNER SUPPORT OR THE SAFETY WHO MAY BE FILLING THE ALLEY. KEEP RUNNING SO THE RUNNING BACK CAN CUT OFF OF YOU.
    8- HALFBACK: YOU ARE THE CARRIER ON 121/929. YOU CROSS OVER AND RUN THROUGH THE HEELS OF THE FULLBACK MOVING CLOSE TO FULL SPEED AND RECEIVE THE HAND-OFF FROM THE QB. YOU WANT TO “ATTACK” THE FLANK WITH THAT SPEED TO FORCE THE DEFENSE TO OVER-PURSUE. WHILE YOU ARE RUNNING ACROSS THE FORMATION, YOUR EYES SHOULD BE ON YOUR BACK-SIDE PULLING GUARD. STAY PARALLEL TO THE LINE… DON’T RUN DOWNHILL! KEEP SOME DEPTH BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR GUARDS. AS YOU SEE THE BACKSIDE GUARD START TO TURN UP IN THE HOLE, YOU DECELERATE BY “CLEANING YOUR CLEATS” AND MAKE A SHARP 90 DEGREE CUT INTO THE HOLE. YOU ARE NOW RUNNING FOR WHAT WE CAN THE “TUNNEL.” WE TELL OUR HB’S: GET US 4 YARDS AND THE REST IS YOURS!” SO HE HAS TO TURN THIS PLAY UP INSIDE.
    ***IT DOES NO GOOD TO BOUNCE IT OUTSIDE BECAUSE THERE IS NO BLOCKING OUT THERE! TURN IT UP INTO THE “TUNNEL.” GET THE 4 YARDS BY BLASTING THROUGH THE HOLE AND EXPLODE OUT THE OTHER END. WHEN YOU SEE DAYLIGHT, MAKE A CUT AND GO!
    9- QUARTERBACK: YOUR JOB IS TO ENSURE A GOOD HAND-OFF AND THEN SPRINT OUTSIDE FAKING WAGGLE. HE DOES NOT SLOW DOWN UNTIL HE CROSSES THE LOS OUTSIDE THE TACKLE’S POSITION. HE OPENS UP TOWARD THE BALL CARRIER AND STEPS BACK ON THE MID-LINE. OUR “RULE” IS: WHOEVER (QB AND FULLBACK!) HAS THE BALL, GETS THE MIDLINE. IN THIS CASE (BUCK SWEEP), THE QB WILL KEEP THE BALL AND THE FULLBACK IS THE “FAKER.” SO, THE FULLBACK STAYS OFF THE MIDLINE DURING HIS FAKE. HE’S FILLING THE BACK-SIDE A GAP SO HE DOESN’T NEED TO BE ON THE MIDLINE. WE HAVE OUR QB MAKE A QUICK “PUNCH FAKE” TO THE FULLBACK AS HE GOES BY. *(THIS IS SOMETHING NEW WE CHANGED THIS PAST SEASON. OUR QB COACH, AN OLD VETERAN, RECOMMENDED THE PUNCH FAKE. IT MADE THE LB’S SIT A LITTLE LONGER. ) THE QB CONTINUES ON THE MID-LINE TO HAND OFF TO THE HB CROSSING THE FORMATION. MAKE SURE THE HAND-OFF IS ONLY ELBOW-LENGTH APART AND “SINK” THE BALL DEEP INTO THE HB’S POCKET. THEN SPRINT TO GET OUTSIDE THE TACKLE BOX. THE QB’S CHALLENGE IS TO “FREEZE” 2 DEFENDERS ON HIS FAKE: THE WEAK-SIDE OUTSIDE LB AND THE BACK-SIDE DEFENSIVE END.
    10-SE: PUSH OFF THE LINE FOR 2-3 STEPS AND THEN SPRINT FOR CENTER FIELD. YOUR JOB IS TO TRY TO CUT OFF THE FREE SAFETY. IF THE PLAY BREAKS, YOU WILL HAVE THE KEY DOWNFIELD BLOCK THAT WILL TURN A GOOD GAIN INTO A TD! HUSTLE!


    THIS PLAY REQUIRES A LOT OF REPETITIONS TO GET THE TIMING AND EXECUTION DOWN RIGHT. BUT ONCE YOU’VE GOT IT, IT IS THE MOST DEVASTATING RUNNING PLAY IN FOOTBALL! I’VE HEARD COACHES SAY “IT’S TOO EXPENSIVE.” BUT I SAY: THE REWARD IS TOO GREAT NOT TO INVEST THE TIME IT REQUIRES TO MAKE IT WORK!!!


    Bryan Schaumloffel
    Bucksweep.com and Spreademandshredem.com


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    Part II

    PRACTICING THE BUCK SWEEP:


    WHEN FIRST INSTALLING 121/929, IT’S BEST TO DO IT “WHOLE-PART-WHOLE”. INTRODUCE IT AS A TEAM AND WALK THROUGH EACH POSITION AND SHOW THEM THEIR RESPONSIBILITY.
    THE NEXT STEP IS TO “BIRD DOG” IT WITH ALL 11 PLAYERS. SNAP THE BALL; TAKE YOUR 1ST STEP AND “FREEZE!” COACHES CHECK EVERYONE’S STEP AND CORRECT AS NECESSARY.
    THEN WALK THROUGH IT AS A TEAM… AND I MEAN “WALK”! JUST LIKE A SLOW MOTION VIDEO BEING SHOWN. IN FACT, YOU CAN YELL “PAUSE!” AND HAVE EVERYONE FREEZE. IF YOU’D LIKE, YOU CAN SAY “REVERSE!” AND HAVE THEM WALK BACKWARDS FROM WHENCE THEY CAME… JUST AS IF THEY WERE PLAYERS ON THE SCREEN RUNNING A PLAY BACKWARDS AS THE COACH REWINDS THE TAPE! THE KIDS LOVE THIS AND IT SHOWS THEM THAT THEIR PATH IS IMPORTANT.


    WHEN YOU GO “PARTS”, THE LINE AND TE GO WITH THE LINE COACH AND THE BACKS AND SE’S GO WITH THE BACK COACH. THE LINE RUNS “BUCK SWEEP DRILL” JUST AS IT’S DIAGRAMMED IN TUBBY RAYMOND’S AND/OR DENNY CREEHAN’S BOOKS AND TAPES.

    LINEMEN AND TE’S:

    *KEY: MAKE SURE THAT PROPER STEPS ARE BEING TAKEN. *KEY: MAKE SURE THAT THE BAGS BEING HIT ARE BEING MOVED AND THAT YOUR LINEMEN AREN’T JUST DIGGING THEIR FEET IN ONE PLACE! *KEY: DEPTH OF THE FRONT SIDE GUARD. *KEY: BACKSIDE GUARD RUNS THROUGH THE HOLE LOOKING TO “BLOW UP” THE DEFENDER IN THE HOLE. BUT…. THE B-S GUARD DOES NOT CHASE OUTSIDE THE HOLE. HIS POINT OF CONTACT IS: MIDDLE OF THE HOLE TO THE INSIDE… LOOKING TO WALL OFF PURSUIT IF NOBODY IS IN THE “TUNNEL.” THIS MUST BE REP’ED A BUNCH SO THE B-S GUARD CAN “SEE” THIS!
    ***NOTE: THE PLAYSIDE TACKLE AND TE NEED TO SEE A LOT OF DIFFERENT SCENARIO’S AS FAR AS INTERPRETING THE AREA THAT THEY ARE DOWN BLOCKING. *KEY: GET THE BAG MAN TO LINE UP ON THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE ONE TIME SO THE TE OR T HAS TO COME HARD ON A GAP BLOCK ANGLE. THE NEXT TIME, SET THE BAG DEEP SO THE TE AND/OR T HAS TO MOVE UP TO A “DOWN” OR “SMOTHER” BLOCK POSITION. HAVE A MAN “DISAPPEAR” INSIDE SO HE HAS TO STAY ON HIS PATH. MAKE SURE YOU CHANGE UP WHERE THE OFFENSIVE TACKLE IS COVERED (50 FRONT) AND THE TACKLE IS UNCOVERED (EVEN FRONT) SO THE TE HAS TO INTERPRET HIS RULE.
    GIVE AS MANY DIFFERENT EXAMPLES THAT YOU CAN COME UP WITH SO THAT THE PLAYERS MUST INTERPRET THEIR RULES AND THEY ARE NOT SURPRISED WHEN THEY GO LIVE AND THE DEFENSE ISN’T HOLDING BAGS ANYMORE!!!

    BACKS AND SE’S:

    FULLBACKS:
    PUT THE 2ND FULLBACK ON DEFENSE WITH A BAG. TELL HIM TO COME THROUGH THE A GAP TO FORCE THE FULLBACK RUNNING THE PLAY TO GET A BLOCK ON HIM. BE SURE THE BLOCK IS WITH THE BACKSIDE SHOULDER SO THE DEFENDER IS TO THE OUTSIDE. SWITCH UP AFTER RUNNING THE PLAY SO ALL THE FB’S HAVE A CHANCE TO BE THE DEFENSIVE MAN.

    WINGBACKS:
    SAME PRINCIPLE… PUT THE 2ND WING ON DEFENSE HOLDING A BAG. GIVE THE WING ON OFFENSE DIFFERENT LOOKS AS TO HOW HE NEEDS TO BLOCK THE FIRST FREE MAN TO HIS INSIDE. DON’T MAKE IT EASY ON HIM! THIS IS A KEY BLOCK AND YOU NEED TO BE SURE THAT YOUR WING IS NOT HESITATING WHEN HE STARTS DOWN.

    HALFBACKS:
    PUT THE NEXT 2 HB’S AT GUARDS! MAKE THEM RUN THE GUARDS’ STEPS AND BLOCK THE CORRECT MAN. YOUR HB’S NEED THESE GUYS THERE SO THEY ARE LEARNING TO WATCH THE GUARD’S AS THEY ARE CROSSING THE FORMATION. AS THE B-S GUARD TURNS UP INTO THE “TUNNEL” THE HB WANTS TO PLANT AND CUT UP RIGHT BEHIND HIM. ***SET A TOWEL OR BAG ON THE GROUND WHERE YOU WANT HIM TO MAKE THE 90-DEGREE CUT INTO THE TUNNEL. DO NOT LET HIM “BOUNCE” OUTSIDE!!!



    QUARTERBACKS:
    WATCH HIS STEPS TO BE SURE HE’S ON THE MIDLINE. BE SURE THERE’S A GOOD MESH WITH THE HB AND THAT THE QB SINKS THE BALL DEEP IN THE HB’S POCKET.
    HAVE YOUR 2ND QB OUTSIDE THE HB. AS THE PLAY STARTS, HE FAKES TO AN IMAGINARY HB AND STARTS HIS WAGGLE PATH. HE THEN THROWS TO THE SE ON THE CALLED PATTERN. *KEY: BE SURE THAT THE QB RUNNING THE PLAY CARRIES HIS FAKE OUT ALL THE WAY TO THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE OUTSIDE THE TACKLE BOX! DON’T LET HIM BE LAZY! ALL FAKES ARE IMPORTANT.

    SPLIT ENDS:
    SET UP A BIG BLOCKING DUMMY IN CENTER FIELD AND MAKE HIM SPRINT TO GET IN FRONT OF IT AND THEN KNOCK IT DOWN. LATER, IF YOU WANT, YOU CAN PUT AN EXTRA SE IN C.F. WITH A SHIELD AND MAKE THE SE HAVE TO “WORK” A LITTLE TO GET CUT OFF POSITION. THE 2ND SE IN LINE WILL BE THE ONE CATCHING THE PASS FROM THE 2ND QB THROWING THE BALL. THEY ROTATE FROM RECEIVER TO BLOCKER TO F/S AND BACK TO THE END OF THE LINE.

    *SPLIT END-SIDE BUCK SWEEP:
    THIS IS ALSO AN EFFECTIVE PLAY AND NEEDS TO BE CONSIDERED TO BE JUST AS IMPORTANT AS BUCK SWEEP TO THE TE FLANK. IF TEAMS START OVER-SHIFTING THEIR DEFENSE TO THE TE FLANK (AND YOU STILL WANT TO RUN BUCK SWEEP), THEN YOU NEED A WAY TO ATTACK AWAY FROM THEIR STRENGTH. THERE ARE ONLY A FEW MINOR ADJUSTMENTS THAT HAVE TO BE MADE WHEN RUNNING THIS PLAY TO THE SE FLANK:
    1- WE RUN IT ONLY FROM “RED/BLUE” FORMATION SO THE HB IS IN A POSITION TO GET THAT GOOD DOWN BLOCK ANGLE ON THE FIRST “FREE” MAN INSIDE.
    2- THE PLAY-SIDE GUARD HAS TO REMEMBER THAT WE ARE RUNNING IT TO THE SE FLANK, SO THERE ARE ONLY 2 PEOPLE (AS OPPOSED TO 3 WHEN RUNNING TO THE TE/WING FLANK) OUTSIDE OF HIM. WE HAVE THE HALFBACK/SLOT YELL “SPLIT” A COUPLE OF TIMES TO REMIND THE GUARD. WHEN THE GUARD PULLS, HE WILL HAVE TO GET DOWNHILL EARLIER BECAUSE THE HOLE IS “SHORTER” TO THIS FLANK.
    3- THE BACK SIDE GUARD NEEDS TO BE COGNIZANT OF THIS “SHORTER” HOLE ALSO SO THAT HE TURNS UP AT THE CORRECT POINT ALONG THE LINE.
    4- THE SE HAS A KEY BLOCK SINCE THE PLAY IS BEING RUN TO HIS SIDE. HIS RULE IS: “CRACK-- 1ST MAN INSIDE ON THE 2ND LEVEL.” THIS MEANS THAT HE HAS TO START INSIDE AFTER ONE STEP AND RUN TOWARDS AN AREA WE CALL THE “CRACK BOX.” IT IS AN AREA TO THE SE’S INSIDE WHERE AN OLB OR S/S WOULD ALIGN. HE DOES NOT BLOCK A MAN.. HE BLOCKS THE AREA. SO ANYONE IN THAT “CRACK BOX” WHEN HE ARRIVES IS SUBJECT TO HIS CRACK-BACK BLOCK. IF NO DEFENDER IS IN THE CRACK BOX WHEN THE SE ARRIVES, HE STAYS ON HIS PATH AND COMES ALL THE WAY DOWN TO WHERE HE MAY CRACK ON AN INSIDE LB.
    5- WINGBACK HAS TO COME IN 3 STEP MOTION TO RECEIVE THE HAND OFF. HIS MOTION HAS TO BE AS FAST AS IT WOULD BE IF HE WERE RUNNING A JET SWEEP OR ROCKET; YET, HE HAS TO BE AT THE RIGHT SPOT WHEN THE BALL IS SNAPPED TO GET THE HAND-OFF EXCHANGE FROM THE QB. HE THEN TAKES THE SAME PARALLEL PATH TILL HE CLEANS HIS CLEATS AND MAKES HIS 90 D. CUT INTO THE TUNNEL.




    Bryan Schaumloffel
    Bucksweep.com and Spreademandshredem.com


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