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    Default Tackle trap vs 52

    Coaches,
    Tackle counter trap vs. 52 is a long way for the OT to travel. A big nose is an issue.
    A backside slanting 4 can beat the FB and ruin the play.

    Any ideas?

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    Run counter short and trap the nose

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    What are the blocking rules for trap short?

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    Default 24 Guard Trap

    Tight End: ReleaseTo 2nd Level Backer; Split End Cut Off to FS
    BST Pull Check for BSG

    BSG Pull + Execute Trap to DT

    C Gap, Man, Combo 0 Tech With PSG Vs 5-2

    PSG Inside Gap; Combo 0 Tech With Center Or Influence Pull For 21/29 Bucksweep Look

    PST 1st Backer Inside 5 Tech

    QB Handoff to FB; Carry out Waggle

    FB Receive Handoff From QB Cut Inside of BSG trap block

    HB Fake Bucksweep

    WB Cutoff To Free Safety

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM44 View Post
    What are the blocking rules for trap short?
    VS. a slanting 5-2, this is how we block Ct Short:

    FSE - Inside release through LB area
    FST - First LB from Center
    FSG - Influence - Pull Outside
    C - Escape backside to LB
    BSG - Block out on DT
    BST - Pull - Trap Nose
    FB - Fill For BST

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    Default 134/936 Counter Short

    Quote Originally Posted by jsanny View Post
    VS. a slanting 5-2, this is how we block Ct Short:

    FSE - Inside release through LB area
    FST - First LB from Center
    FSG - Influence - Pull Outside
    C - Escape backside to LB
    BSG - Block out on DT
    BST - Pull - Trap Nose
    FB - Fill For BST
    Thanks for the heads up!! When Coach said "short trap" I was confused for a sec until I went to Tubby's book

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    Sorry for the confusion. Thanks, Coaches.

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    If you are in 100 frm (TE/wing right, SE/dive back left) the slanting 4 tech should be handled by the LG whose assignment is Area-Post. I'm assuming if this is the case the D is slanting to the TE and disregarding the motion of the wing to the SE side whether it's deep Orbit motion or flat Jet/ Canadian Slide motion. If that's the case your Belly XB and Counter Boot should be terrific. If you feel the need to run Belly Counter if the LB's are flowing hard to the Belly then double the Nose with the OC/RG combo, wheel the RT on the slanting 4, area block the LG and pull the LT around the OC/RG and up on the PSILB. For us this was a Pass Set/Influence call by the RT.

    I also like Jsanny's Counter Short idea. This was good for us as well. The more ways you can disrupt the Nose the better.

    Hope this helps. As always write or call with questions.

    Rich Erdelyi

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