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    Wing-T brethren,
    I have been looking at this twins formation, which we have used in the past. Looking at a sprint out package, but also still being able to run some of our base plays to keep the defense honest. I am not looking to change our offense, just looking at adding some adjustments. Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated.
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    22,32,82 down, maybe down option, 26, maybe trap option, lead option to twins side, belly depending on front. Think you have a ton of options

    Bob

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    I think the Belly Series is still pretty well in tact. When we were a big Belly team that was one of the ways we would remove the overhang player if Rocket motion wasn't doing the trick. So you have Belly, then Tackle Trap as well. You'd still your inside Buck play back to the TE side as well.

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    Power away
    Boot to
    Trap
    Belly
    QB Belly Sweep
    Belly Pass
    Tackle Trap
    Trap

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    What pass concepts would you use to the 2 receiver side? I like the formation because it gives defenses issues with run strength/pass strength. Like many of you have mentioned, you can still run a lot of base running plays.

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    Here are 3 Play Action patterns that we like :
    1) Use Belly Bunch Pass Action or possibly Sprint Protection
    #1 Rec - Go route.
    #2 Rec - Banana route at 9-11 yards.
    #3 Rec - Arrow route at 4 yards.

    2) Belly Bunch Pass Action or Sprint Protection :
    #1 Rec - 3 step crack and run Seam route.
    #2 Rec - Wheel route up sideline gaining width not depth.
    #3 Rec - Arrow route at 4 yards.

    3)Waggle to Twins :
    #1 Rec - Fade or Go route.
    #2 Rec - Banana route at 9-11 yards.
    FB - normal Waggle L rule.
    TE - Crossing route

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    Quote Originally Posted by BootNShoot View Post
    Wing-T brethren,
    I have been looking at this twins formation, which we have used in the past. Looking at a sprint out package, but also still being able to run some of our base plays to keep the defense honest. I am not looking to change our offense, just looking at adding some adjustments. Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated.
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    Coach - We ran this as a regular part of our offense. One year we faced a 3-5 that that didn't cover up the inside guy. We ran rocket(quick pitch to death).

    Here's what we've run in the past: (4 was the form, 2nd number was the back, and 3rd number is the POA). 89 is sprint out tot the left.

    435 Iso (if we got a 5 & 1/0)
    429 Rocket
    435 Belly Pass (WR-corner, HB - flat)
    435 Belly Pass Switch (WR-whip, slot- corner)
    428 Buck
    432 Gut, GT/Texas,
    489 Flood
    489 Post Wheel
    Chris Cuomo
    Offensive Coordinator
    East Haven High School
    East Haven, CT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howling Wolves View Post
    Coach - We ran this as a regular part of our offense. One year we faced a 3-5 that that didn't cover up the inside guy. We ran rocket(quick pitch to death).

    Here's what we've run in the past: (4 was the form, 2nd number was the back, and 3rd number is the POA). 89 is sprint out tot the left.

    435 Iso (if we got a 5 & 1/0)
    429 Rocket
    435 Belly Pass (WR-corner, HB - flat)
    435 Belly Pass Switch (WR-whip, slot- corner)
    428 Buck
    432 Gut, GT/Texas,
    489 Flood
    489 Post Wheel
    Coach,
    What were your blocking rules for Bucksweep? Without the wing, did you have to adjust the Gap-Down-Backer rule for the TE?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmballcoach View Post
    Coach,
    What were your blocking rules for Bucksweep? Without the wing, did you have to adjust the Gap-Down-Backer rule for the TE?

    Thanks!
    Coach we kept all rules the same.
    Chris Cuomo
    Offensive Coordinator
    East Haven High School
    East Haven, CT

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