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    Does anyone run a belly bootleg? Could you go over the action and how you block it?

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    We do. It's tackle trap action with backs and what we call "O" protection. Meaning away side guard will log or kick emlos playside OLM will agressive block away. Qb will either climb pocket or break contain dependent on how away side guard handles emlos.

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    This is how we run it:

    PT: GAP - ON OUTSIDE
    (GAP vs. STACK)

    PG: GAP ON INSIDE
    (GAP vs. STACK)

    C: REACH BACKSIDE

    BG: PULL AND KICK OUT 1ST MAN OUTSIDE T BLOCK

    BT: FILL AND CUP

    PE: TE FLAG
    SE SKINNY POST

    BE: SEAM UNLESS CLOSE FORMATION THEN DRAG

    PHB: FLAT ROUTE

    BHB: DRAG UNLESS CLOSE FORMATION THEN SEAM

    FB: FILL FOR BG BLOCK BACKSIDE

    QB: 21/29 WAGGLE STEPS FAKE TO FB ROLL OUT- PULL UP OVER PT AT A DEPTH OF 6-7 YDS.

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    The only team I've ever seen run Belly Boot ran it basically as Jsanny described.

    Jim, why do you have the SE and the HB exchange routes when in a close formation?

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    For simplicity sake, we always have the RB on the back side run the drag and the end on the back side, run a soft post. The close formation allowed us a way to get the ball to a great WR vs. man coverage without changing our rules.

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    I thought we were talking CTR Boot out of the belly series., Ctr Boot is our only pass out of belly series because we run down keep sorry for confusion Coaches.

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    Jsanny,

    Do those rules apply to Buck Waggle as well? The HB running the Drag and the End running the Post, unless a Close formation?

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    We ran Belly Boot off of our Belly Slide from Red/Blue formation. We would fake Belly to the SE flank and pull the BSG to the TE flank with the slide back filling. The TE would slow block the 9 tech for 2 counts and slide onto the flat. The pulling guard would be there to take over the 9. The slot would run a diagonal across the field aiming for 12 yards deep so we could get a high/low on the corner. The SE would run for the far post reading the safety so we could get a high/low on the safety with he and the slot. The PST&G would block Gap-On-Area the OC would block On-Away the BST would block 1st outside B gap. The FB sold the Belly and had D gap. The QB had to get his back turned on the 2nd step to sell the Belly then boot.

    When we faked Belly to the TE and brought the Boot back to the SE flank we called it Belly Naked because we had no pullers. The slide back would return to his original side after the snap and would chip the 5 tech before going to the flat. The OL would all take fire/slide steps to the TE flank. The SE ran a Post/Corner route; TE ran drag @10-12; the wing cleared through center field. Basically it was break contain waggle pattern with the slot/slide back taking the place of the FB as a chipper/flat receiver. Stanford runs this play a ton especially when they had Oliver Luck and that's where I got the idea.

    Rich Erdelyi

    Rich Erdelyi

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachSchelb View Post
    Jsanny,

    Do those rules apply to Buck Waggle as well? The HB running the Drag and the End running the Post, unless a Close formation?

    Yes, that is our rule except if the End is the only receiver back side then the End has to run the drag

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