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    FD-03801A: with Chris Ash,
    Rutgers University Head Coach;
    former University of Wisconsin Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach;
    2010 Big Ten Co-champions

    Chris Ash's philosophy behind the 4-3 Defense can be summed up in one word--Aggressive. In this overview of the 4-3, you get the basic formations, alignments and coverages of the defense that helped lead Wisconsin to the Rose Bowl and a share of the 2010 Big Ten Championship.

    Ash describes the importance of being aggressive and hustling on every single play with a simple phrase--"Put the Ball Down." It is an attitude and mindset that dictates a readiness to play against anyone, anywhere at any time, no matter what the game situation.

    This 4-3 Defense is zeroes in on five objectives:

    • Keep the opponent off the scoreboard.
    • We will stop the run. Make the offense one dimensional.
    • Must minimize big plays.
    • Must be great tacklers.
    • Create takeaways and score. It's all about the ball.
    Using an in-depth power point presentation, Ash details every position in the defense. He explains simple terminology for alignments and gap responsibilities of the linemen, run fit concepts for linebackers (Stack, Bow, Boss and 4-Way) and man and zone coverages for the secondary.

    Ash uses practice footage to show several drills that are run every day at the beginning of practice. These "defensive openers" emphasize techniques of pursuit, tackling, interception returns, stripping the ball and recovering fumbles.

    To complete the package, this DVD includes a bonus PDF that can be accessed on your computer and printed for your personal use. The PDF includes:

    • Descriptions for different kinds of man and zone coverages
    • Terminology for offensive personnel groups
    • A sample defensive play call sheet
    • Player communication responsibilities in the huddle
    • Detailed outlines of everything covered in the video
    Order now and lay the foundation for installing this hard hitting, relentless defense into your program.

    80 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03801B: with Chris Ash,
    Rutgers University Head Coach;
    former University of Wisconsin Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach;
    2010 Big Ten Co-champions

    One of primary objectives of the 4-3 Defense is to stop the run. In this DVD, Chris Ash expands on concepts and player responsibilities to accomplish this objective. He includes nine crucial elements you need to emphasize to stop the run.

    Ash teaches two types of eight-man fronts in great detail.

    • Cover 3: A three-deep, four-under zone coverage with safeties rotating to the strong side. It allows you to outnumber your opponent in the box at the point of attack and is adjustable so it can be used against any personnel or formation.
    • Tight Gray: A man free coverage that is ideal for stopping the run. Tight man-to-man coverage with a low hole and deep middle help.
    For each front, Ash starts by showing diagrams of the basic fronts versus common offensive formations (lead weak, iso strong, power strong, etc.). He details alignments and responsibilities for linemen, linebackers and the secondary and uses animated diagrams to show how the defense reacts to different types of run plays. He wraps up the discussion of each front by showing several of these run fits in scrimmage footage.

    This DVD includes a bonus PDF that can accessed on your computer and printed for your personal use when implementing this defense. This PDF includes all player responsibilities and diagrams discussed and shown in the video.

    75 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03801C: with Chris Ash,
    Rutgers University Head Coach;
    former University of Wisconsin Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach;
    2010 Big Ten Co-champions

    Pick up the key concepts and coverages you need to shut down the passing game using the 4-3 defense.

    Wisconsin contains the pass with man coverages and two types of zone coverages. Match-Up Zones have defenders trying to match up with receivers in tight coverage, reading the release of the ball rather than the quarterback. Peer Zones have defenders working to get to a designated area of the field, focusing on the quarterback and getting great breaks on the ball.

    Ash delivers a detailed explanation of two zone coverages.

    • Cover 3: A three-deep, four-under coverage with safeties rotating to the strong side. This flexible coverage is effective against the pass and the run and is adjustable so it can be used against any personnel or formation.
    • Cover 2: A two-deep, five-under coverage with the corners rolled up on the receivers and safeties with half-field coverage. This coverage is very good against a quick passing attack and is solid against perimeter runs.
    In discussing each coverage, Ash starts by showing diagrams of the basic formations versus common offensive sets (pro, slot). He details alignments and responsibilities for linemen, linebackers and the secondary and discusses situation-based rules for these positions. He wraps up the discussion of each coverage with game and scrimmage footage showing several examples of the rules in action.

    This DVD includes a bonus PDF that can accessed on your computer and printed for your personal use when implementing this defense. This PDF includes all of the player responsibilities and diagrams discussed and shown in the video.

    These concepts and coverages delivered a Top 20 defense to Wisconsin in 2010. Now you can incorporate these proven strategies into your program!

    72 minutes. 2011.




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    YFD-04521A: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Rick Stewart gives you an overview of the entire Pistol Wing-T Offense, and apply it to your youth football program starting at a 3rd and 4th grade level and scaffolding it to build towards your high school program.

    Starting with the philosophy behind the offense, Coach Stewart details how the defense can never be right due to the simply complexity of the play calling embedded in this system. He goes into explicit terminology that is critical to understanding his system. The installation of the Wing-T starts with a power-point of each of the three "families," Belly, Sweep and Down, before practice video is shown of the drills that make the offense so successful. He explains how he classifies each play into a certain family that incorporates a similar blocking scheme. He gives great coaching points for the quarterback when reading the defense he explains his term "ride and decide" when reading a lineman. Coach Stewart explains the knuckleball snap that he uses in the pistol offense.

    Coach Stewart does a nice job of identifying what the three different Youth levels; Pee Wee's 3-4, Juniors 5-6, and Seniors 7-8 would be capable of executing within the offense. He also teaches them with no motion in the Lucky and Ringo formation, which is beneficial to the younger levels.

    He takes it one step further by establishing the practice schedule to set youth programs up for successful implementation and transfer to the field. Coach Stewart has a very detailed approach to practice and scheduling, which he goes over with you on the video. The practice plans are matched with drills that allow you to develop the skills needed to run this offense. The practice drills go in-depth into the small skills like football, cadence rhythm, motion timing, etc. that make this offense effective.

    This DVD will give coaches an inside look at everything you will need to install the Pistol Wing-T system into their youth program. This video gives coaches the foundational bedrock needed to understand the entire run, pass, and trick play series. The philosophy, terminology, practice plans, and drills video on this DVD set the stage for full implementation of this system at all youth levels.

    149 minutes. 2014.



    YFD-04521B: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    The Pistol Wing-T is a dynamic way to run an offense that has stood the test of time. Rick Stewart leaves no stone unturned in his overview of the Pistol Wing-T running game. You'll get a complete step-by-step process from drills to installation along with the progression of the run game system for the Wing-T offense.

    Coach Stewart does an outstanding job going through the run series family and various plays to run off of those base plays. With just three "families" of plays you can deceive any defense with an arsenal of misdirection and "look alike" plays. He starts out with multiple formations and demonstrates 27 plays in the Sweep, Down and Belly "families." Using a chalk talk to thoroughly discuss the play, blocking combinations versus various defensive fronts, Stewart coaches you up on the key points that will make a big difference in the success of each play. You will get almost every play covered with The Lucky and Ringo no motion formations, which is perfect for the pee wee level.

    Stewart follows up the chalk talk with a practice video of his 8th grade team running each play diagramed and chalked. You will see common mistakes made by young players and how to correct the mistakes.

    Each play is drawn up against an even and odd defense. Coach Stewart goes in-depth in how to block against multiple defenses and how to adjust to different blitzes. Learn simple line calls such as "Tug, Gut, and Moses as well as the Down," that allow the offense to have blocking angles on any defensive structure which will allow for big plays in the run game. He also discusses in depth the run progression based on how the defense is reacting to the base play in each family.

    This DVD will give coaches an inside look at everything you will need to install the Pistol Wing-T run game in your youth program. It can be incorporated into any level that is wanting a consistent progression in teaching the Pistol Wing-T running game. ÿIt gives you a complete step by step process from drills to installation along with the progression of the running game. Coach Stewart does a detailed progression that is second to none.

    146 minutes. 2014.



    YFD-04521C: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Rick Stewart has a background of working with youth league football. He believes it is the foundation for any successful football program. Coach Stewart takes to the field to explain a step-by-step progression of how to develop a passing game that is built off of the run game. Stewart's passing game is simplistic enough to be executed at a high level within a youth program.

    Coach Stewart goes through an overview of the Pistol Wing-T passing, starting with game different rules to use in the passing game. He gives examples of different rules that he has added youth humor to help the players remember their rule.

    From there, Coach Stewart goes through an in-depth walk-through of the basic pass protections against multiple fronts. He walks you through how to pick up blitzes by the defense while making adjustments to the pass protection with the play-action, chop, and sprint out passing families.

    Coach Stewart then progresses to the routes, terminology, and adjustments to the play-action game against multiple defensive fronts using the sweep, belly, down, and dive run fits. He shows you different ways of attacking various defenses with the chop passing family, which is similar to the one-step passing game. He does an amazing job of describing how to first exploit defensive backs by using pass plays to the wide receivers followed by the running backs and finally the tight ends.

    Finally, Coach Stewart does an outstanding job of using the speed of youth quarterbacks with the sprint out family passing routes. This series puts tremendous pressure to protect outside and will allow for the running game to open up in the middle as the outside is attacked with the sprint out family. He also shares the fundamentals for running a great wrap around draw that will help negate a strong pass rush, which gives an offense a way to keep the defense off balance.

    Throughout each phase of the passing game Coach Stewart masterfully walks coaches through progression of when to call each play based on how the defense is reacting to the run game and how the defense is adjusting to various offensive formations. These adjustments are vital when making game time decisions that can make the difference on game day.

    It is all demonstrated on the field and on the whiteboard as coach presents when and how to make the right pass call fro your team.

    With an easy to follow approach Stewart provides an in-depth look at a successful way to have your athletes succeed at the youth level. Implement this approach for your program next season for quick and efficient success.

    57 minutes. 2014.



    YFD-04521D: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Do you have a plan on how to attack multiple defensive fronts and the techniques in those defenses? If not, Rick Stewart gives you a blueprint on attacking every defense you will see with formations and his play series from the Sweep, Down and Belly families.

    Coach Stewart starts by looking at multiple formations that outnumber the defense at the point of attack to create blocking angles making the Pistol Wing-T so devastating. Stewart aligns the defense and how they can adjust in various ways, while showing how each formation will take advantage of those adjustments. See how the X-Tight formation creates an unbalanced line giving the offense a numbers advantage at the point of attack. Learn how you can run the "Wildcat" out of the empty set putting your best runner at QB to take advantage of the holes created be spreading out the defense.

    Coach then breaks down off balance and trick formations to run plays in the short yardage, medium yardage, and long yardage situations. Many plays have built in options that allow the offense to run multiple plays depending on defensive adjustments to the formations all of the plays specifically and how they are executed both on the board and on the field. Coach breaks down his plays into categories:

    • Reverses and sweep passes - Coach Stewart gives you some great ways to use your speed against aggressive defenses. This can give you an opportunity for a big play against an aggressive defense and put the ball in the hands of your best athletes.
    • Double Pass - Coach Stewart gives you three double passes to use after running your screens that you can use to surprise the defense.
    • Counters - An effective counter scheme to take advantage of defensive adjustments.
    • Short Yardage - A short yardage package of four plays to use in the red zone or in short yardage situations.

    He draws all of his plays on the board with their formations and then take it to the field to see these plays in motion. He does a fantastic job using the terminology established in the first video to easily call various formations that players will be able to adjust to. He breaks down each formation and walks through every trick play or un-conventional play that can be run out of those formations based on how defenses might line up.

    There is much more to this video as Stewart shares his game script with you as well as how he reads the defense to call his offense. You will learn how to attack a penetrating defensive line, when to attack the flank of the defense, what plays to run versus a 3 technique and what plays to run away from one

    If you are a youth football coach and looking for an edge this upcoming season, Rick Stewart's trick plays can do just that. With youth defenses rarely adjusting to unique formations or unbalanced looks, this will be a sure fire winner for your collection.

    75 minutes. 2014.




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    FD-04997A: with Randy Jackson,
    Grapevine (TX) High School Head Coach;
    2015 Tom Landry Award winner

    A great culture in your football program doesn't happen on accident - you have to create it.

    Every coach knows what type of program they want to build. Even fewer coaches have the knowledge to make it happen. Randy Jackson unveils proven tools he has used to change the culture and turn around two different high schools in Texas, as well as several creative ways to change the mindset and culture in your school.

    Coach Jackson believes defining and organizing your program's culture will give you an advantage for training your athletes how to compete harder, tougher, and at a higher level. Coach Jackson covers core values, leadership programming, player evaluations, parent education, relationship building, community and appreciation campaigns. He also discuss mental growth of the entire coaching staff, as well as integrating the growth of the entire locker room.

    Coach Jackson shares numerous creative concepts to establish great relationships and concepts for building a true team spirit.

    • You will see how to develop your team mentally by putting the team into "family groups," units in which the kids develop relationships with each other.
    • The championship notebook is a guideline for leadership development and a huge part of developing championship culture.
    • The Breakfast with Champions brings not only the players together, but also parents, teachers and supporters to celebrate the team and build family.
    • Football 101 for moms is a great way to not only educate the mothers of the game of football, but is an opportunity to sell your program in a positive light.
    • Head Coach's Dinner is a unique way for head coaches to bond with their football players and foster and strengthen the relationship with each athlete in a small, personalized setting.
    • Coach Jackson reveals over 10 Appreciation Campaign ideas for teaching athletes how to look beyond themselves and show appreciation for the greatest supporters within the program's community, administration, teachers, families and others.
    • And many more!

    Successful programs don't build themselves - they happen by building solid cultures. If you have an average program and want to transform into a great program, this video from a veteran coach is exactly what you need.

    "There are not enough videos like this that go beyond strategy and the X' and O's of football. ... Coach Jackson holds nothing back in giving great information on methods that can be easily integrated into your program. This kind of program is the kind I would want my two sons to be a part of. You will not only build better football players, but better men as a result of watching this video." - Customer Review

    58 minutes. 2016.



    FD-04997B: with Randy Jackson,
    Grapevine (TX) High School Head Coach;
    2015 Tom Landry Award winner

    To establish a championship culture, your culture must be based on toughness. This is not a simple philosophy. Building toughness into your football program requires above and beyond effort from leadership within the coaching ranks, which is then passed down into the players on your team.

    Randy Jackson shows you step-by-step how to run your program at a high level to develop and define your core values, as well as what toughness means to your program. Without this labor-intensive step, you will never build the toughness and discipline needed to win championships with your football program.

    Coach Jackson's method is not about telling players they should be leaders and hoping they will figure it out on their own. His approach is driven by building a leadership academy for your program to mentor and monitor each step of the process. This forces you as a coach to be extremely prepared and organized to test, track and monitor everything you want your football players to be held accountable for.

    Off-season Toughness

    The objective of off-season toughness is to builder greater mental discipline, focus and vision into your athletes. You will witness an off-season program that teaches players to "finish" every drill, how to "get perfect," and a drill that challenges their mental focus. Witness how wrestling in the "circle of life" will create toughness in your team. You will also see "Boot Camp," where teamwork is the key and players learn discipline, toughness and commitment.

    In-season Toughness

    Coach Jackson explains his approach during the season, which is focused on grinding players hard. Players are expected to earn everything, and on Friday night it's "Payday," a core value that preaches that all the hard work is about to pay off. "Ball down" is a live action drill that teaches an "it's time to get tough" mindset. Competition is incorporated into every drill, teaching players to work hard and compete for everything, every day.

    Player Role Sheets

    Coach Jackson and his staff meet with their players three times a year to let them know where they stand within the program. They complete player evaluations for each athlete to review, read and sign. These evaluations are also sent home so each athlete can review with their parents. This bridges the gaps between the coaching staff, athlete and parents addressing playing time, goals and expectations.

    This video will give you a huge advantage over your competition. Coach Jackson gives you everything you need to make your team mentally and physically tougher than any team on your schedule.

    74 minutes. 2016.



    FD-04997C: with Randy Jackson,
    Grapevine (TX) High School Head Coach;
    2015 Tom Landry Award winner

    Randy Jackson unveils a unique and no-holds-barred teaching tool on how to teach, drill, practice and execute an offense. He takes you through his playbook outline; developing a composite schedule, a review of the previous year, goals, relationships, personal philosophy, expectations and evaluation as well as his offense and installation schedule.

    Building a Playbook

    The playbook is a vital resource that contains all information related to your offense and can be used year-round to help better prepare your coaches and players.

    Coach Jackson's offensive philosophy starts with "ball security, it's all about the ball." Throughout the video, coaches preach "fist to chin when the ball is in your hand." The goal of Coach Jackson's offense is to score once in every 15 snaps with three or fewer penalties per game.

    Film Study

    Coach Jackson discusses how to watch video in a way that minimizes time and maximizes production on Saturday when preparing for an opponent. He shares tools and samples of how his staff grades their own players' performance and uses it as a tool for better performance the next game.

    Game Planning

    Coach Jackson shares the game night structure they utilize to communicate among coaches during and in between each series. You'll learn a simple and foolproof plan for signaling plays that will allow you to play fast and with confidence. Play calling includes the entire coaching staff as well as sign boards. This will give you a foundation to keep the tempo at a high rate while maintaining great communication among coaches.

    The game plan each week centers on four basic run schemes grouped into families: Zone, Power, Counter and Buck Sweep. For each run scheme, there's a formation to the field and to the boundary with a motion and static to each. Off of each run scheme is a (RPO) run, pass option, a screen, reverse, boot or play action.

    Rarely do coaches allow such access to the nuts and bolts of how they go about working their offensive system. The information and creative thinking from Coach Jackson will stimulate you as a coach and will help you and your team find success on the field.

    60 minutes. 2016.



    FD-04997D: with Richard Bishop,
    Grapevine (TX) High School Offensive Coordinator

    Creating a high tempo offense with run pass options puts tremendous pressure on any defense, and the combination will rip apart even the best coached defenses. Richard Bishop gives you a blueprint for running the high tempo offense with Run Pass Options (RPOs), allowing you to create an explosive, high-scoring offense.

    Using Tempo to Keep Defenses Off Balance

    Grapevine High School's offensive doctrine is based on four elements; scoring, aggressive mentality, finish and efficiency. Tempo is created and used in a variety of ways. Stampede is the base tempo in which the goal of the offense is to snap the ball within 10 seconds. One word play calls allow for lightning quick signals and efficiency and using a static formation allows the offense to go even faster.

    You will see the use of multiple calls - Smoke, Freeze, Fire Alarm, Echo and Echo Flip - that are "tools in the tool belt" that allow the offense to dictate the speed of the tempo and put additional pressure on the defense.

    Run Pass Options

    Run pass options give the offense the ability to read the defense and either run the ball or pass the ball depending on how the "conflict" reacts to the play. Coach Bishop describes how RPOs are built into every run play, some with three different levels of reads. Those options can include both pre- and post-snap reads and put multiple players in conflict on the defense.

    You'll learn how to attach passing game tags to your own run plays so you won't have to change or adapt your current run game to fit with these screen and quick game tags. Additionally, Coach Bishop shows how he coaches the quarterback to execute RPOs and how to increase the production of your receivers when blocking for fast screens.

    Coach Bishop shows you video on each RPO, as well as game video as he coaches you up on the details of each play. Second and third level reads are shown, completing the RPO play package.

    If you are looking to control the speed of the game and wear down your opponents mentally and physically, this is the video for you.

    78 minutes. 2016.



    FD-04997E: with Mike Alexander,
    Grapevine High School Defensive Coordinator

    Tackling will always be the foundation of any championship defense. Without proper tackling skills, the best defensive schemes are useless. The shoulder leverage tackle taught at Grapevine High School gives players of all sizes the ability to bring down a physical football player. Shoulder leverage tackling provides players with a focus area during each tackle. The use of the shoulder as the primary contact point allows undersized players to make tackles effectively when facing larger players

    Mike Alexander provides effective coaching tools to help defensive coaches teach their athletes how to effectively tackle to eliminate explosive plays. He uses practice and game video to demonstrate the proper techniques in each of the five types of tackles executed in a game: Hawk, Compression, Profile, Tracking and Strike Zone. He preaches focus on tackling skill over defensive scheme. This allows athletes to deliver on the field once they commit to the scheme.

    Hawk Tackling

    Leverage on the ball is the key to tackling, and the Hawk tackle taught by the Seattle Seahawks is shown first. The Hawk shoulder leverage tackle keeps a player's head out of the play, resulting in fewer concussions and making the game safer for the players. Coach Alexander breaks down the specifics for putting the near side shoulder on the near side thigh board of the offensive player to bring them down to the ground. The Hawk Roll tackle allows a smaller defender to bring down a big running back without the fear of contact and injury.

    Profile Tackling

    Improve tackling inside the box and reduce blows to the head using this shoulder leverage tackling method. The profile tackle helps defenders to be more physical and aggressive when taking down offensive players. The objective of profile tackling is to get the near side shoulder into the armpit of the ball carrier, then stand them up, wrap and squeeze and run their feet.

    Compression Tackling

    Compression tackling is the nuts and bolts for the majority of the game. The compression tackle teaches two or more defenders how to work together to properly converge on the ball carrier to quickly get them to the ground. You'll also see how leverage is the key in defending an elusive ball carrier.

    Tracking

    Tracking will enhance your team's ability to pursue the ball carrier quickly as players run horizontal to the sideline, not allowing the cutback, all while maintaining their leverage.

    Implementing the techniques Coach Alexander teaches will help propel your team's defensive play ability by improving their tackling skills. Teaching your athletes how to become great tacklers will help you build your squad into a defensive force.

    60 minutes. 2016.




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    YFD-04521A: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Rick Stewart gives you an overview of the entire Pistol Wing-T Offense, and apply it to your youth football program starting at a 3rd and 4th grade level and scaffolding it to build towards your high school program.

    Starting with the philosophy behind the offense, Coach Stewart details how the defense can never be right due to the simply complexity of the play calling embedded in this system. He goes into explicit terminology that is critical to understanding his system. The installation of the Wing-T starts with a power-point of each of the three "families," Belly, Sweep and Down, before practice video is shown of the drills that make the offense so successful. He explains how he classifies each play into a certain family that incorporates a similar blocking scheme. He gives great coaching points for the quarterback when reading the defense he explains his term "ride and decide" when reading a lineman. Coach Stewart explains the knuckleball snap that he uses in the pistol offense.

    Coach Stewart does a nice job of identifying what the three different Youth levels; Pee Wee's 3-4, Juniors 5-6, and Seniors 7-8 would be capable of executing within the offense. He also teaches them with no motion in the Lucky and Ringo formation, which is beneficial to the younger levels.

    He takes it one step further by establishing the practice schedule to set youth programs up for successful implementation and transfer to the field. Coach Stewart has a very detailed approach to practice and scheduling, which he goes over with you on the video. The practice plans are matched with drills that allow you to develop the skills needed to run this offense. The practice drills go in-depth into the small skills like football, cadence rhythm, motion timing, etc. that make this offense effective.

    This DVD will give coaches an inside look at everything you will need to install the Pistol Wing-T system into their youth program. This video gives coaches the foundational bedrock needed to understand the entire run, pass, and trick play series. The philosophy, terminology, practice plans, and drills video on this DVD set the stage for full implementation of this system at all youth levels.

    149 minutes. 2014.



    YFD-04521B: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    The Pistol Wing-T is a dynamic way to run an offense that has stood the test of time. Rick Stewart leaves no stone unturned in his overview of the Pistol Wing-T running game. You'll get a complete step-by-step process from drills to installation along with the progression of the run game system for the Wing-T offense.

    Coach Stewart does an outstanding job going through the run series family and various plays to run off of those base plays. With just three "families" of plays you can deceive any defense with an arsenal of misdirection and "look alike" plays. He starts out with multiple formations and demonstrates 27 plays in the Sweep, Down and Belly "families." Using a chalk talk to thoroughly discuss the play, blocking combinations versus various defensive fronts, Stewart coaches you up on the key points that will make a big difference in the success of each play. You will get almost every play covered with The Lucky and Ringo no motion formations, which is perfect for the pee wee level.

    Stewart follows up the chalk talk with a practice video of his 8th grade team running each play diagramed and chalked. You will see common mistakes made by young players and how to correct the mistakes.

    Each play is drawn up against an even and odd defense. Coach Stewart goes in-depth in how to block against multiple defenses and how to adjust to different blitzes. Learn simple line calls such as "Tug, Gut, and Moses as well as the Down," that allow the offense to have blocking angles on any defensive structure which will allow for big plays in the run game. He also discusses in depth the run progression based on how the defense is reacting to the base play in each family.

    This DVD will give coaches an inside look at everything you will need to install the Pistol Wing-T run game in your youth program. It can be incorporated into any level that is wanting a consistent progression in teaching the Pistol Wing-T running game. ÿIt gives you a complete step by step process from drills to installation along with the progression of the running game. Coach Stewart does a detailed progression that is second to none.

    146 minutes. 2014.



    YFD-04521C: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Rick Stewart has a background of working with youth league football. He believes it is the foundation for any successful football program. Coach Stewart takes to the field to explain a step-by-step progression of how to develop a passing game that is built off of the run game. Stewart's passing game is simplistic enough to be executed at a high level within a youth program.

    Coach Stewart goes through an overview of the Pistol Wing-T passing, starting with game different rules to use in the passing game. He gives examples of different rules that he has added youth humor to help the players remember their rule.

    From there, Coach Stewart goes through an in-depth walk-through of the basic pass protections against multiple fronts. He walks you through how to pick up blitzes by the defense while making adjustments to the pass protection with the play-action, chop, and sprint out passing families.

    Coach Stewart then progresses to the routes, terminology, and adjustments to the play-action game against multiple defensive fronts using the sweep, belly, down, and dive run fits. He shows you different ways of attacking various defenses with the chop passing family, which is similar to the one-step passing game. He does an amazing job of describing how to first exploit defensive backs by using pass plays to the wide receivers followed by the running backs and finally the tight ends.

    Finally, Coach Stewart does an outstanding job of using the speed of youth quarterbacks with the sprint out family passing routes. This series puts tremendous pressure to protect outside and will allow for the running game to open up in the middle as the outside is attacked with the sprint out family. He also shares the fundamentals for running a great wrap around draw that will help negate a strong pass rush, which gives an offense a way to keep the defense off balance.

    Throughout each phase of the passing game Coach Stewart masterfully walks coaches through progression of when to call each play based on how the defense is reacting to the run game and how the defense is adjusting to various offensive formations. These adjustments are vital when making game time decisions that can make the difference on game day.

    It is all demonstrated on the field and on the whiteboard as coach presents when and how to make the right pass call fro your team.

    With an easy to follow approach Stewart provides an in-depth look at a successful way to have your athletes succeed at the youth level. Implement this approach for your program next season for quick and efficient success.

    57 minutes. 2014.



    YFD-04521D: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Do you have a plan on how to attack multiple defensive fronts and the techniques in those defenses? If not, Rick Stewart gives you a blueprint on attacking every defense you will see with formations and his play series from the Sweep, Down and Belly families.

    Coach Stewart starts by looking at multiple formations that outnumber the defense at the point of attack to create blocking angles making the Pistol Wing-T so devastating. Stewart aligns the defense and how they can adjust in various ways, while showing how each formation will take advantage of those adjustments. See how the X-Tight formation creates an unbalanced line giving the offense a numbers advantage at the point of attack. Learn how you can run the "Wildcat" out of the empty set putting your best runner at QB to take advantage of the holes created be spreading out the defense.

    Coach then breaks down off balance and trick formations to run plays in the short yardage, medium yardage, and long yardage situations. Many plays have built in options that allow the offense to run multiple plays depending on defensive adjustments to the formations all of the plays specifically and how they are executed both on the board and on the field. Coach breaks down his plays into categories:

    • Reverses and sweep passes - Coach Stewart gives you some great ways to use your speed against aggressive defenses. This can give you an opportunity for a big play against an aggressive defense and put the ball in the hands of your best athletes.
    • Double Pass - Coach Stewart gives you three double passes to use after running your screens that you can use to surprise the defense.
    • Counters - An effective counter scheme to take advantage of defensive adjustments.
    • Short Yardage - A short yardage package of four plays to use in the red zone or in short yardage situations.

    He draws all of his plays on the board with their formations and then take it to the field to see these plays in motion. He does a fantastic job using the terminology established in the first video to easily call various formations that players will be able to adjust to. He breaks down each formation and walks through every trick play or un-conventional play that can be run out of those formations based on how defenses might line up.

    There is much more to this video as Stewart shares his game script with you as well as how he reads the defense to call his offense. You will learn how to attack a penetrating defensive line, when to attack the flank of the defense, what plays to run versus a 3 technique and what plays to run away from one

    If you are a youth football coach and looking for an edge this upcoming season, Rick Stewart's trick plays can do just that. With youth defenses rarely adjusting to unique formations or unbalanced looks, this will be a sure fire winner for your collection.

    75 minutes. 2014.




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    FD-04257A: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Coach Stewart shows you how to install the Pistol Wing-T system starting in the spring and continuing through summer, fall, and into your season. You will quickly see why, despite having many 2-way starters, his teams finish strong each game without ever running sprints during practice.

    This DVD shows annual, monthly, and daily practice plans that are discussed thoroughly so that anyone wishing to install and run the Pistol Wing-T can do so in a relatively easy manner.

    Background & Philosophy

    Coach Stewart evolved the Pistol Wing-T offense after coaching at four different schools. He has coached at the small, agricultural school with 600 students and no weight room, to the large, rural school of 2,000 students, to his current position at a large, inner city school of 2,000.

    Stewart took all four of these schools to the playoffs with this offense and without ever coaching a scholarship player! His proven system works at all levels.

    Stewart briefly shares the vision, philosophies, and goals he had to instill at all of these losing programs.

    Practice Goals & Considerations
    This is the "checklist" of goals and expectations of every practice in regards to turnovers, maximum reps, and conditioning with a purpose. Stewart's linear teaching progression is discussed and he shows how to match the technique to the drill to the play call.

    Stewart also shows how to correctly balance full contact with no contact drills. Stewart's practice schedules always contain "hidden" individual time that gives position coaches additional time to teach important techniques.

    Off-Season & Spring
    Stewart shows how to get a jump on your opponents by starting your teaching after school and in the weight room when your players come back from winter break. He then goes through his day-by-day installation sequence during 10 spring practices. Daily practice schedules are shown, in addition to the sequence of motions, formations, and plays that are installed first.

    Summer
    Stewart allows for 12 summer practices which balances the demands of multiple-sport athletes and allows for players and coaches to enjoy their summer break. The installation schedule is continued from the spring with the goal of the entire base offense being installed before August. Stewart also shows how to approach 7 on 7 and summer camps.

    August
    Stewart summarizes the individual and group drills that are explained in the other Pistol Wing-T videos, but here he shows when and where the drills are inserted into the practice schedules. He then goes through his twenty August practices and how he re-installs all of the plays but now adds the "wrinkles" such key breakers, blitz pickup, and use of different formations.

    At all of Stewart's coaching stops, most of the players and coaches worked during the day, so he shows a unique way of doing "double practices" without having a morning practice.

    Conditioning
    The Pistol Wing-T is a fast, explosive offense that requires the ball to be snapped within 3 seconds of breaking the huddle. This puts great pressure on the defense to recognize all the different formations that Stewart uses. It is also an offense designed for the 180 pound guard and 140 pound halfback, so quickness and conditioning are very important components to compete against bigger opponents. Stewart is a master at incorporating conditioning into the entire practice and challenges his athletes both physically and mentally.

    In-Season and Playoffs
    This section shows how to effectively use your time once school has started and how Coach Stewart uses every assistant coach in weekly game plans. Daily practice schedules are shown and discussed. He then shows how he modifies for league and playoffs so that players do not become burned out or over-fatigued, exposing them to late season injury.

    Scouting the Opponent
    Stewart quickly shows how his entire staff is utilized in off-season, in-season, and game night scouting. He talks about what he looks for in an opponent when devising his weekly game plan and what every coach is looking for as he calls the plays on Friday night.

    This video is packed with information and coaching insights. Order now and get plans and ideas for putting in the Pistol Wing-T offense!

    74 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257B: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Take your Wing-T offense to a whole new level by implementing the Pistol Wing-T. You get the same devastating misdirection found in the conventional Wing-T, with all of the advantages of putting the quarterback in the gun.

    Coach Stewart uses a PowerPoint presentation and live demonstrations to teach you all of the new wrinkles, drills and concepts in the exciting Wing-T Pistol offense. You will see the backfield footwork for all the Wing-T running plays, as well as his newest version of motion that sends the wing behind the QB instead in front of him. This change adds more misdirection to the Pistol Wing-T, which will create hesitation in any defense.

    Coach Stewart opens with the Buck Sweep and the 32 G.T. emphasizing that the ball never leaves the quarterback's belly and that the running backs are responsible for all fakes. Next Stewart shows you the 36 Down, Veer and the Counter and how the same steps are used by the QB in all the plays. The Belly Series includes the G, 28 Option, 28 G Belly, 33 Belly GT and the 41 Trap. Stewart uses the Midline and Veer series out of the Pistol to put additional pressure on the defense.

    Every day drills are highlighted for each position so that you will have an understanding of specific skills needed to run the offense. Adding plays that require similar footwork for the backfield allows you to efficiently install and practice both traditional Wing-T plays along with outside veer, inside veer and midline. Coach Stewart's drills teach:

    • Proper backfield alignment for the quarterback and each running back
    • The backfield footwork and the coaching points to execute the motion properly to ensure the defense cannot key on one player
    • Various running back drills that involve blocking and running with the ball
    • How to fake hand-offs and use deception to your advantage
    • The "knuckleball" snap that puts the laces into the quarterback's throwing hand for a quick delivery

    Practice video is included that shows how Coach Stewart administers each drill and how it is tied to specific plays.

    Expertly execute your backfield movements this season with excellent deception and timing!

    79 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257C: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart does a superb job of teaching coaches how to improve offensive line performance for the Pistol Wing-T. Coach Stewart walks through each blocking technique and then uses practice video to show how he administers each technique using heavy bags.

    Stewart shows how to create proper first-step mechanics in your linemen. He preaches the power step and getting the second step on the ground before contact so your linemen can elevate defenders on their third step. His sled progression includes the 1,2,3-Down-Pull & Trap before he finishes with the Sled Drive.

    Hand shields are used to simulate the more realistic block on a moving target. The use of double team and combo blocking is shown as well as the Belly Drill. A group work time allows players to work together on all types of combination blocks needed in the Wing-T.

    Stewart designs each drill so linemen can respond to both odd and even defensive fronts. He diagrams each technique, drill and play so that players are prepared each week for their next opponent.

    For smaller schools he shows how to use half line drills so that you can get every play installed with fewer players.

    This is a comprehensive offensive line video that will assist coaches at both the middle school and high school levels.

    94 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257D: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart uses simple but effective processes for improving quarterback play and his overall passing game.

    QB Drills
    Coach Stewart provides over 20 drills for you to use to help improve quarterback play in the Pistol Wing-T system. He covers mechanics, pass play footwork, run play footwork and option footwork. Also included are sprint passing techniques, so coaches can improve their play action passing game.

    In the Pistol, the quarterback is three yards from the line of scrimmage, so the 1-, 3- and 5-step drops are modified. Stewart explains how and where the quarterback needs to be based on these modifications. He also shows a highly effective approach to finding the open receiver and explains how to teach the quarterback to read defenses.

    WR Drills
    Coach Stewart's wide receivers drills are a must for any coach who works with receivers. The receiver section contains 15+ drills. The blocking session shows you how receivers stalk and crack. The 2,4,6 and 9 cone drill for receivers is one of the best set of drills a coach can use to work on cuts, chattering down on breaks, and catching the ball.

    Stewart does a tremendous job explaining each drill with PowerPoint and practice video.

    Group Drills, Simulation Drills, Screen Game, Practice Schedule
    In the last section of the video, Coach Stewart gives you quarterback and wide receiver group drills, simulation drills, the screen game and practice schedule. The simulation drill allows quarterbacks to see where receivers will be at end of their routes and where the open windows will be. You'll also learn to execute eight screen plays with just three blocking schemes.

    Coaches will find these drills for mechanics and footwork highly effective easy to install into their daily practice schedule.

    69 minutes. 2013.




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    with Jay Niemann,
    Rutgers University Defensive Coordinator;
    former Northern Illinois Defensive Coordinator

    Football offenses today have become scoring machines based on spreading out defenses and forcing defenders to tackle in open space. Traditional tackling techniques have been ineffective and even dangerous as the game becomes faster and quicker than ever before.

    Using a variety of recognizable tackling drills, modified to use open-field shoulder tackling, Jay Niemann gives you numerous drills to teach you the latest tackling techniques you need to shut down opponents on game day.

    Rugby-Style Tackling

    The most effective way to tackle in the open field, rugby style tackling, is a safer technique that keeps the head out of contact. Through a variety of drills and stations that can be used by all defensive units on a team, Niemann shows you how to build confidence in players and become dominant rugby-style tacklers. Drills include:

    • Fit Drill
    • Left/Right Tackling Drill
    • Box Rugby Tackle Drill
    • Crash Pad Tackle Drill
    • Angle Tackle Drill
    • Wrap & Roll Drill
    • Track Tackle Drill

    The Drills

    Using video footage of live drills and practices, Coach Niemann gives you all the coaching points and drills needed to train your players to be better tacklers. This includes emphasizing the target area, proper leverage, and leg drive to bring even the toughest opponents to the ground.

    These drills can be used by all defensive units, including defensive backs, lineman, and linebackers. Niemann will help you teach your defenders how to:

    • Be in the best leverage position to stop a ball carrier
    • Wrap and roll as necessary to bring open field opponents to the ground
    • Track speedy opponents attempting to escape to the perimeter
    • Avoid unnecessary ejections by emphasizing the "strike zone" on defenseless players

    Along with drills and video footage, Coach Niemann uses white board diagrams to teach you the necessary coaching points to get the most out of your drills.

    The game is evolving, offenses are getting faster and defenses are getting creative. Don't be left behind by teaching outdated and unsafe tackling. By using these proven drills and techniques from Coach Niemann, you will have aggressive and confident players ready to shut down even the most athletic opponents.

    58 minutes. 2017.


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    with Harlon Barnett,
    Florida State Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers Coach;
    former Michigan State University Secondary Coach,
    played seven seasons in the NFL

    Defensive backs are the reaction squad of the defense usually asked to make super human plays to save touchdowns.

    Coach Harlon Barnett's DVD is a coaching crash course in coaching DBs. The DVD includes 20 drills to improve footwork, reaction times, tackling, defeating blocks, and to increase interceptions.

    Coach Barnett's presentation is a hands-on tutorial of the techniques needed to combat the run and air raid style offenses.

    Barnett highlights key drills and techniques to help your defensive backs develop their footwork to improve reaction times in coverage. He presents ball drills to develop your DBs cut off and shoulder position against opposing receivers positioning them to score, not just intercept.

    Coach also presents his tackle progression so your secondary stops whiffing running backs and puts them on the ground. Lastly, Coach Barnett reviews two drills that will help your DBs attack blockers and get into position to make the big tackles.

    Barnett's D-Back training is relevant for any defense that wants to build a championship secondary.

    Order now turn your defensive backs into champions.

    54 minutes. 2011.


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    with Aaron Hafner,
    Olathe Northwest (KS) High School Head Coach;
    former Luther College Head Coach;
    former William Penn University Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach;
    2010 Midwest League Champions; 2008 Midwest League Assistant Coach of the Year

    and Payton Haynes, former Luther College Offensive Coordinator

    Coach Hafner's Flexbone attack led the Iowa Conference for five straight seasons (2013-17). During that time his offense ranked in the top-10 of the NCAA D-III in rushing yards per game, including finishing second in 2014. In 2017, Luther set a single season school record of 3,409 rushing yards and also tied the single game rushing record (579).

    Nothing frustrates or demoralizes an opposing defense more than a running attack they can't stop. The Flexbone isn't new, but it has undoubtedly earned its right to be respected when run correctly. In this video, Aaron Hafner, with years of experience as a Flexbone coach at the college level, shows you how to build a championship-caliber Flexbone offense.

    Offensive Line Drills

    No offense on earth can be productive without the beasts up front. The Flexbone offense requires specific blocking schemes, which means specific repetitions to get your players to execute with muscle memory on game day. Coach Hafner uses a PowerPoint, practice film, and a whiteboard to diagram the offensive line drill progression in the Flexbone offense, including:

    • Chute progression drills to teach the drive block.
    • Double team blocking across the line.
    • Veer releases and how to get linemen to the second level of the defense.
    • Long and short scoop blocking schemes to cut off backside pursuit.
    • A two bag drill to teach linemen how to come off the first level defender and attack the second level linebacker.

    Running Back Drills

    Running backs are the thoroughbreds of the Flexbone, and they need special attention if you're going to execute the amazing triple option. In this portion of the video, you will see:

    • Bag drills for agility.
    • Ball drills for ball handling and keeping possession.
    • Pitch drills.
    • Mesh drills.
    • 2 ball drills for situational football.
    • Full read drills for the triple and double options.

    Wide Receiver Drills

    Some coaches may think that receivers get neglected in the Flexbone offense. Not so! Receivers can be 'home run hitters' by either breaking the big touchdown run with a key downfield block, or by catching the deep ball on a surprise play-action pass. Your receiving corps can be the difference between a win or loss on almost every play. In this video, you will see:

    • Proper stance and get-offs.
    • Cone drills for agility and routes.
    • ABC/Mirror drill for stalk blocking.
    • Slam drill for crack blocking.
    • 3-on-3 drill for quick screens and the general passing game.

    Sometimes, coaches implement an offense without understanding the necessary drill work to make the offense work properly. That problem is eliminated with these breakdown drills for the Flexbone from Coach Hafner!

    87 minutes. 2018.


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    FD-05372A:

    with Jason Woodman,
    Fairmont State University Head Coach;
    led Fairmont State to the 2016 NCAA DII Playoffs

    Settle in for almost two hours of content detailing the hottest play concept of the last decade: the run pass option! Jason Woodman dissects every element of RPOs to show you how to stress defenses, attack specific areas at all levels of the field, and simplify play calling strategy to allow players to play fast and explosive.

    This video is "defense school" for offense. The first part is an overview description of defensive football theory. Coach Woodman outlines how various defensive formations are set up to defend run gaps and passing zones in zone coverage. With that knowledge, he shows you how to attack where your opponent cannot defend.

    A large portion of the video is focused on helping build a smarter QB who understands basic defense, run fits, and pass keys. Woodman shows how to prep QBs on the decision making process: game planning to know area of attacking, capitalizing on the rhythm of the game and confirming personnel packages in the game. You'll get clear formation breakdowns for:

    • Runs: inside zone, outside zone, draw
    • Throws: bubbles, slants, hitches, and outs

    Defenders in Conflict

    Secondary defenders have run gap responsibilities and pass coverage responsibilities. Learn how to teach QBs, receivers, and running backs how to recognize defensive formations and which decisions should follow.

    With an RPO, your quarterback will react to how the defense reacts to play flow, leaving you the option to run or pass based on the action of the defender.

    Coach Woodman teaches you how to attack:

    • The backside of a play
    • The frontside of a play
    • Blitzes
    • One high safety or two high safeties
    • Specific players

    Complex or Easy: You Choose

    The beauty of this video is the sheer amount of film footage of this concept that will allow you to see and understand the basic elements that go into a successful RPO. To reinforce fully, Coach Woodman shares his keys to success, which include:

    • Understanding the defense and defensive theory
    • Coaching sound QB decision making
    • Knowing your personnel

    The future of football is here, and it's the Run Pass Option. Coach Woodman calls it 'the triple option in space' for good reason - the threats to the defense are simply too much to handle when executed correctly. Game day will never be the same and your opponent won't know what hit them when you use the concepts contained in this fantastic video!

    107 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05372B:

    with Jason Woodman,
    Fairmont State University Head Coach;
    led Fairmont State to the 2016 NCAA DII Playoffs

    featuring Ryan Schleusner,
    Fairmont State University Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Line Coach;
    former University of Missouri Offensive Lineman

    Whether you run the ball to open up the pass or pass the ball to open up the run, no offense is complete without the ability to grind out yards on the ground. It's football at its most basic, fundamental level. With Ryan Schleusner's help, this video will teach you the keys to establishing a dominant run game capable of big gains on any given play.

    Using a PowerPoint and game video, Schleusner breaks down his team's inside zone, outside zone and the ever-deadly draw play to create dominant offensive football. You'll learn how to use different formations to create different looks for the defense while still keeping the zone game simple.

    Offensive Line Footwork

    Beginning with the inside zone run, Schleusner illustrates how footwork plays an important part in a successful zone run. The offensive line requires a two foot split to keep consistency in the run offense. Coach Schleusner details first step footwork, to how to adjust on the fly when a lineman might see stunts or scraping linebackers.

    Key coaching points include:

    • "Reading the knee" to create a vertical push, maintaining outside leverage
    • "Running your feet"
    • Hand placement

    You'll see how to attack several different defensive looks. By teaching players how to recognize common defensive formations, your offensive lineman will be able to quickly and effortlessly determine the most dangerous five players that must be blocked for positive yardage.

    Coach Schleusner details the zone against:

    • 4-2 defenses
    • 4-1 defenses
    • 3-3 defenses
    • 6-2 defenses

    Once the defense shifts their focus to stop the inside game, it's time to hit them with the outside zone run. Schleusner demonstrates how to stretch the defense to allow your running back to make the big run on the outside.

    Draw Play

    To add small deceptive ploy to the zone and passing game, Schleusner breaks down how to implement a draw running game into the zone base run game. The emphasis of the play is for the offensive line to keep an inside-out relationship on the down defenders and to run through down blocks to create lanes inside.

    If you're looking to put the zone running game into your offensive scheme, you need this video!

    82 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05372C:

    with Jason Woodman,
    Fairmont State University Head Coach;
    led Fairmont State to the 2016 NCAA DII Playoffs

    Gain yards anywhere on the field!

    Today's offenses are 'fine-tuned machines' ready to exploit the built-in holes of modern defenses. Jason Woodman has, over the course of five seasons, built a high-scoring program that is deadly in the passing game. However, the quick passing game specifically has allowed his team to confidently move the ball on any down and against any opponent.

    In this video, Coach Woodman teaches you how to execute three main quick passing concepts: Fade/Out, Slant/Hitch, & Vertical/Under. Each combo is explained in detail, complete with essential QB reads through defense recognition.

    Once a team can anticipate the defense's reaction, with enough practice, the offense can never be wrong. With tons of footage from competitive games, you'll learn Coach Woodman's "keys to success," including:

    • Keys to reps and timing
    • Keys to QB footwork
    • Keys to pre-snap reads
    • Lineman reads
    • Safety reads
    • Route running to defensive weak spots

    The Fade/Out Concept

    Woodman diagrams the fade/out concept against a basic single high safety defense and against a basic two high safety defense. He shows several examples of the concept in action using game footage to illustrate coaching points:

    • Learn the receiver mechanics of running the route with emphasis on adjusting to the leverage and demeanor of the defensive players.
    • Learn the quarterback's read progression and how to educate the quarterback to anticipate the reads by the pre-snap look given by the defense.

    The Hitch/Slant Concept

    Coach Woodman demonstrates how this concept is effective against a variety of defensive coverages, and how the routes can be adjusted by the receivers post-snap to give the offense the advantage no matter what leverage the defenders play against them.

    The Vertical/Under Concept

    See how the Vertical/Under concept is truly a coverage reading play and can be effective against two high safety coverages. Woodman uses game footage to illustrate various coaching points that are necessary to learn and run this concept.

    What you'll quickly gain from watching this video is how well this kind of offense keeps defenses "honest." The pressure to stop the quick passing will have defenses literally on their heels as they attempt to react to rapid fire passes that gain 5 to 10 yards every completion.

    62 minutes. 2018.




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  • 09/14/18--22:00: Texas Slot-T Offense 3-Pack
  • FD-05134A:

    with Brian Herman,
    Lockhart (TX) High School Head Coach;
    former Liberty Hill (TX) Assistant Coach; helped lead Liberty Hill to back-to-back Texas Class 3A State Championships

    Now that the spread offense is in vogue and defenses are designed to combat wide formations, the Slot-T has become a unique offense that is difficult to counter. Brian Herman's Slot-T offense is the perfect answer for coaches who lack the personnel needed to run the up-tempo spread offense, and will present numerous challenges to more modern defenses that typically do not see this style of offense all season.

    Coach Herman provides an excellent foundation for running the Slot-T offense. He utilizes play diagrams, schematics and video cut-ups to introduce the basics of this offense. You will learn the formations, terminology, and play design that make this offense so easy to learn and also so effective.

    Why the Slot-T?

    Learn how to run the football versus any defense despite potential differences in talent. See how players line up in four-point stances and use angle blocking to maximize "get off" on the snap to defeat larger, more talented teams. The team-oriented schematic structure emphasizes team football as opposed to one or two players being asked to make all of the plays.

    • It's an old-school style of football with an emphasis on running the football with a physical mindset.
    • It's difficult to prepare for since very few teams run this style of offense.

    Formations and Terminology

    The video are the basic formation, line splits, and attributes Coach Herman would like to see in each position on offense. The offense uses a strong side and a quick side. The offensive line utilizes the rare tactic of flipping the offensive line, which allows for simplicity in blocking rules as one scheme can be used for two plays. Simple formations and motions add flexibility to the offense.

    • Simple formations such as "A Right"/ "A Left"
    • Simple motion terms such as "Tom"
    • Triple digit play terminology simplifies the learning
    • Learn the base offensive series and how the plays fit together

    Personnel Details & Practice Structure

    Coach Herman goes into detail on what type of player is needed for each position and what to do if you don't have that kind of player in your program. He also details practice plans and identifies specific drills that are key to master the execution that allows them to run the ball so well.

    With a philosophy of "run to win," Coach Herman illustrates step-by-step how the Slot-T offense is a great equalizer that will allow you to win games you shouldn't and compete when you are clearly outmatched. With easy-to-learn formations and terminology, a team-oriented schematic structure, and detailed personnel and practice format breakdowns, Coach Herman provides all the tools needed to install this effective offense.

    40 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05134B:

    with Brian Herman,
    Lockhart (TX) High School Head Coach;
    former Liberty Hill (TX) Assistant Coach; helped lead Liberty Hill to back-to-back Texas Class 3A State Championships

    The Slot-T has proven to be a highly effective offense at the high school level. Brian Herman describes the Power Series of plays that he has run with great success. Coach Herman uses a multimedia presentation including game video to demonstrate the three base plays and play action pass of the Power Series.

    Coach Herman dives into specific detail about his 200 Power Series. You'll learn the specifics of four base plays: 234 dive, 228 toss, 243 tackle trap, and 216 pass. He provides in-depth commentary, whiteboard illustrations, and game footage to show how your team can effectively move the ball against any formation the defense presents.

    Installing a Progression in the Power Series

    Coach Herman runs through the base formation, alignments, gap numbering system, ideal personnel types for each position, and play calling methodology so that you can immediately implement this scheme into your offense.

    • Detailed coaching points and rules are provided for every position on each play in the Power Series.
    • Flipping the "strong side" and "quick side" linemen allow players to learn one set of rules for two different plays.
    • An intuitive defensive numbering system makes it easy for players to quickly identify and execute blocking responsibilities, regardless of where the defense aligns. Backside linemen are assigned play-side blocking responsibilities, which allows you to gain a numbers advantage on every run play.
    • Misdirection backfield action on every play causes defenses to play slow as they try to diagnose which player has the ball and where it's going.

    Maximizing Each Play

    Coach Herman explains his play-calling philosophy for each play in the Power Series to keep defenses guessing while putting your players in the best position to enjoy success.

    • 234 Dive is the 'bread and butter' play of the Power Series. This play is used to establish the run and ensures a double team with your best blockers at the point of attack. Backfield action gives the appearance of a triple option play.
    • 228 Toss allows your team to leverage speedier players to gain the edge on defenses when they stack the box to stop 234 Dive.
    • 243 Tackle Trap is a quick-hitting counter play to take advantage of teams that try to stop 234 Dive by keying offensive strength.
    • 216 Pass is a complement play-action pass play used to take advantage of overly aggressive teams that are focused on stopping the Power Series run plays.

    Coach Herman diagrams each play before going over responsibilities of every play. Finally, game footage is used to reinforce techniques, highlight in-game adjustments, and clarify points that were covered on the whiteboard.

    Coach Herman is methodical and thorough in his presentation of the Power Series. Coaches at all levels will benefit from this video. All aspects of the four fundamental Power Series plays are covered, ranging from offensive line splits, to quarterback steps, to when to call each play. By the end of this video, you'll have everything you need to understand, teach, and install a run-heavy attack that will keep your opponents on their heels!

    66 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05134C:

    with Brian Herman,
    Lockhart (TX) High School Head Coach;
    former Liberty Hill (TX) Assistant Coach; helped lead Liberty Hill to back-to-back Texas Class 3A State Championships

    In this video, Brian Herman utilizes play diagrams and schematics as well as video cut-ups to introduce the basics of the 300/ Misdirection Series of the Slot-T offense. You'll learn the specifics of 3-3-3 Trap, 349 Load Sweep, 8-Hole reverse, and Pass 318 Waggle. With easy-to-learn formations and terminology, a team-oriented schematic structure, and detailed personnel and practice format breakdowns, Coach Herman provides all the tools needed to install this effective offense.

    Basics of the Slot-T

    Coach Herman uses a PowerPoint to explain the basics of the Slot T offense. With a philosophy of "run to win," he explains how the Slot-T is a great equalizer and will allow you to win games you shouldn't and compete when you are clearly outmatched. The Slot-T is a team-oriented schematic structure that emphasizes team football as opposed to one or two players being asked to make all of the plays.

    The offense utilizes the rare tactic of flipping the offensive line, which simplifies what each player must know to execute. Simple formations and motions add flexibility to the offense..

    300 Series

    You will learn all you need to know to install the Slot-T's 300 Series, which creates deception with misdirection. The A Right formation is the base alignment for the Slot-T. Blocking rules for each position and each play are taught before game video is shown of each play. You'll see:

    • 3-3-3 (FB Trap) - The base play of the series.
    • 349 (Load/Down Sweep)
    • 8-Hole Reverse (Slot Reverse)
    • Pass 318 Waggle (Waggle)

    Coach Herman's misdirection series for the Slot-T couples perfectly with the power series, but could be equally effective as a change-up series for just about any offense. With its simplicity and aggressive nature, this offense is sure to frustrate and tire out a defense while putting points on the board.

    59 minutes. 2017.




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  • 09/14/18--22:00: Inside Triple Offense 3-Pack
  • FD-05367A:

    with John Lilly,
    Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
    former Assistant Coach,
    Spring League NFL Development Program

    John Lilly provides a detailed overview of the Inside Triple Option offense in this jam-packed video. The triple option has been around for decades and has continued to evolve as the game has changed. Coach Lilly focuses on the main family of plays, as well as formations and motions to help adjust and exploit defenses.

    Lilly's presentation begins by giving an overview of the offense and the schemes and concepts that are utilized. He explains the philosophy of the offense and how it has evolved into what it is today. Additionally, you'll receive procedural information that is necessary to install and run the Inside Triple Option.

    You will learn:

    • The components that are necessary to make up a complete offensive system.
    • The philosophy of offense and coaching that revolves around being simple and multiple at the same time.
    • The terminology, play calling procedures, and various tags and checks used in the offense.

    The "14/15" Option

    Coach Lilly gives an exhaustive overview of the triple option play that he calls "14/15". He details the blocking schemes against various defensive fronts, as well as quarterback reads, footwork, and mechanics. Lilly also explains the running back's rules, footwork, and aiming points to the play.

    In this section, you'll see:

    • The "14/15" play, including how Coach Lilly teaches the quarterback to identify and read the dive key and pitch key.
    • Blocking schemes and coaching points for each player, including perimeter blockers.
    • Examples of each coaching point with on-field drill examples.

    The Inside Triple Option "Tool Box"

    Coach Lilly concludes with a comprehensive overview of what he calls "the tool box," which is a set of adjustments and considerations that are necessary to make the offense work against any defense. You'll also see how he attacks certain defenses, as he goes through several reads that the QB must master so that the offense can be executed no matter what the defense tries to do.

    Included are:

    • Perimeter blocking schemes and how to adjust them based on front and coverage.
    • Four different mesh reads the quarterback must master.
    • Quarterback pre-snap scheme reads.

    As Coach Lilly emphasizes, don't be afraid of an offense that focuses on a few main skills - it can be more dominant than the offense that has thousands of skills not perfected. With this video, your team will be well on its way to running a threatening Inside Triple Option.

    80 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05367B:

    with John Lilly,
    Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
    former Assistant Coach,
    Spring League NFL Development Program

    The triple option is an offense that has benefited greatly with adaption of RPOs. In this video, John Lilly shows you how the RPO has helped revolutionize an offense that is already predicated on how the defense reacts to motions and shifts. Adding RPOs and play action to your Inside Triple offense will place defenders in tough spots, providing your team multiple ways to make them pay.

    Inside Zone with RPOs

    Coach Lilly begins by diagramming the basic inside zone running play that serves as a base for his RPOs. He covers the three basic RPOs (Spot, Spam, Stick) that he uses the most, including the quarterback's reads and mechanics along with the receiver routes. Additionally, Lilly talks about the "key" screen package that he uses as a way to get receivers involved in the offense when a running play is called.

    Not only does Coach Lilly explain these concepts - you'll see several examples of them in action thanks to provided game footage.

    Play Action Passes

    Next, Lilly shares some of his most successful play action passes. A unique feature of his offense is that these routes can be called with different protections to make the teaching and installation easier. The routes can be used as part of the drop back passing game or as part of the play action passing game with a run fake.

    Altogether, you'll learn:

    • How to teach the "Y cross" pattern, including QB reads and receiver route running mechanics.
    • How Lilly coaches and utilizes the 4 verticals route.
    • The "Honda" route that is the perfect counter to teams that like to play robber coverage to gain a numbers advantage against the run.

    Varied Running Scheme

    Lilly concludes with a look at some of the schemes he runs that change who the offense reads. These plays are especially useful to take advantage of an overaggressive player on the defense, or to allow the offense to read a dominant player rather than having to try to block him. The "16/17" read is featured, which allows the offense to read the middle linebacker against teams that over-pursue on perimeter run plays.

    Coach Lilly does an excellent job presenting the RPO and play action passing game that he uses in his offense. These schemes are sure to keep your opponents off-balance on defense!

    47 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05367C:

    with John Lilly,
    Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
    former Assistant Coach,
    Spring League NFL Development Program

    John Lilly provides complementary plays to add to your Inside Triple offense in this comprehensive video. You'll get outside zone, quarterback read, and speed option plays to add to your Inside Triple base package.

    The triple option offense relies on great meshes, which need strong timing. The repetition and mastery of this is vital. That's why Coach Lilly has found success focusing on a small set of essential skills, rather than confusing players with a ton of rarely-used, specialized concepts.

    Complementary Run Game

    Lilly begins by diagramming three main running plays that serve as complements to the base inside zone play that is the backbone of the offense. He explains the "why" behind each play and shows them against a variety of defensive fronts. Included are reads and quarterback mechanics, as well as footwork and aiming points for running backs.

    Among the plays you'll learn are:

    • The "28/29" sweep play and how to run it from a variety of formations with and without motion.
    • The "16/17" read play, which is a complement to the sweep play.
    • The "18/19" option, which allows the offense to change who the quarterback reads while forcing the defense to be more predictable.

    Run Tape Drills

    Next, you'll get the "run tape" series of drills that Coach Lilly uses to teach the mechanics of the offense to skill players. These drills work on many of the reps needed to successfully execute an option-based attack. Included in this segment are key coaching points for mesh and pitch mechanics, footwork and aiming points for running backs, and the specific reads for the quarterbacks on each play.

    You'll see:

    • The mesh read that is utilized in "14/15" read that serves as the basis for the offense.
    • How Coach Lilly teaches the pitch read on the "14/15" option and on the "18/19" speed option.
    • The specific reads, routes and mechanics for the three main RPOs that Lilly uses with his offense.
    • The reads and mechanics for the "28/29" sweep and the "16/17" read play.
    • How to organize drills depending on the number of players available.

    This is a great companion to Coach Lilly's other videos on the Inside Triple offense. If you're looking to fine tune your triple option system, add complementary plays to your system, or adapt the system as a whole, this resource is perfect for you!

    37 minutes. 2018.




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    with Harlon Barnett,
    Florida State Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers Coach;
    former Michigan State University Secondary Coach,
    played seven seasons in the NFL

    Defensive backs are the reaction squad of the defense usually asked to make super human plays to save touchdowns.

    Coach Harlon Barnett's DVD is a coaching crash course in coaching DBs. The DVD includes 20 drills to improve footwork, reaction times, tackling, defeating blocks, and to increase interceptions.

    Coach Barnett's presentation is a hands-on tutorial of the techniques needed to combat the run and air raid style offenses.

    Barnett highlights key drills and techniques to help your defensive backs develop their footwork to improve reaction times in coverage. He presents ball drills to develop your DBs cut off and shoulder position against opposing receivers positioning them to score, not just intercept.

    Coach also presents his tackle progression so your secondary stops whiffing running backs and puts them on the ground. Lastly, Coach Barnett reviews two drills that will help your DBs attack blockers and get into position to make the big tackles.

    Barnett's D-Back training is relevant for any defense that wants to build a championship secondary.

    Order now turn your defensive backs into champions.

    54 minutes. 2011.


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    FD-04224A: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Tim Murphy has a long history of creating great running football teams. As defenses have evolved, he has fine tuned the double wing to ensure success. Murphy has added the shotgun to the double wing and given the quarterback both passing and zone read options.

    Defenders are now tasked with stopping a devastating run game and an expanded passing game.

    Coach Murphy gives you a comprehensive look at the essentials you need to understand and run the shotgun double wing as your offense. He discusses the philosophy behind the system, describes the key traits that make each position in the offense successful, and how to identify the best player suited for each position. You will learn where to put your most athletic kid, your biggest kid, smallest kid, weakest kid and most athletic linemen.

    As a dynamic offense, you must be able to show different offensive sets. Coach Murphy delivers eight formations off of his base set which will allow you to transition from one set to the next and stress the defense to the point of failure. He shows you the Pro, Twins, Trips, Ram, Lion, Over, Under, and Eagle, which is his direct snap to the tailback formation. Expand your playbook and make your offense more effective without forcing your players to learn new plays.

    A simple numbering system is explained that coaches can easily incorporate in their offense. Coach Murphy discusses key indicators that need to be watched and identified during games such as whether defenders are penetrators or readers. He then spends time explaining how he attacks different defenses, and he discusses what defenses might do to stop the double wing.

    Coach Murphy goes into detail about the execution of the 14 different blocks that are vital to the success of the offense. He uses a dry erase board to help explain the different blocks that each lineman needs to execute, and has each block named so that a player knows exactly how to execute it. You will learn blocking techniques such as the Skip Block, which is the newest and latest technique used by NFL teams, the Tunnel Block, Down and Wheel Block, Log Block, Post Block, and Reach Block.

    He explains how assistant coaches are an integral part of his play calling process and how to use them to the team's advantage. You'll also see practice footage to gain an understanding of how Coach Murphy practices his offense.

    Stay one step ahead of evolving defenses with the Shotgun Double Wing Offense!

    47 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224B: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    As defenses evolve to defend today's spread offenses, the double wing offers a unique challenge with its physical between-the-tackles style of football. Tim Murphy's Power Series gives you multiple blockers at the point of attack and constant pounding that will eventually wear down the defense changing three yard gains into 30 yard gains.

    The Power Series is an effective way to block and neutralize the defensive end and render a superior athlete a non-factor. Coach Murphy breaks down the many different blocking schemes that will wreck odd and even defensive fronts. He uses both the shotgun and zone type reads to take the double wing to new levels.

    Murphy delivers a look at the power series versus a 4-3 and 5-2 defense. Defensive lines that squeeze as well as run up field are addressed as he explains the blocking rules for each play, as well as the blocking rules and techniques for each player.

    Included is 24 Power, 26 Power, Over 24 Power, and 24 Power Shuffle Pass. In addition, you'll learn how to use multiple formations such as eagle, pro and twins to give the defense different looks and still run your power play. Coach uses practice film to help illustrate how the offense blocks the power play, and he uses a dry erase board to help explain the play to the viewer.

    Coach Murphy shows three plays that will allow you to use your quarterback as the power back. These plays turn your quarterback into a running threat, forcing the defense to prepare for another athlete running the ball. He also shows a great shovel pass that can incorporated into the offense while using the power play blocking scheme.

    You will see how defenses try to stop the power play and how to attack those schemes with motion and formations.

    Use your power game like a jab punch throughout the game that will lead to a knockout in the fourth quarter!

    55 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224C: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    The inside run game can get you quick yards, set up your pass game, and protect your off-tackle and outside plays. When teams want to load up to stop your power, you can counter with the trap, tackle trap or draw.

    Tim Murphy presents a detailed look on how to develop the inside run game out of the shotgun double wing offense. The inside run game is the base of this system and will open up the rest of the offense.

    Trap plays can pop for big yardage when the defense is trying to stop your power and outside plays. Coach Murphy breaks down blocking schemes against a 4-3 and 5-2 defensive front. He gives instruction on:

    • 21 Trap - Provides the trap block plus the lead block by the fullback.
    • 20 Trap - Delivers a trap block with the tackle leading through the hole.
    • Tackle Trap - The tackle trap play has an element of surprise built into it; a direct snap to the fullback with crisscross action behind it.
    • Wedge Play - Use in short yardage situations against any defense.
    Coach Murphy designs each inside run play on the whiteboard and explains the blocking rules for every lineman. Multiple cross blocks on the line of scrimmage make reading this play difficult for defenders. You'll learn how to teach proper center technique to keep "bear crawling defenders" from stopping your wedge play. He also explains the motion and technique for all the running backs and receivers.

    After each play, practice video is used to show you how the play is administered in a practice setting. Each play is run versus defenders with both a press box and end zone view.

    Coach Murphy ends the video with instruction on the Trap Pass - the perfect complement to the inside Trap Game. The Trap Pass uses maximum pass protection but also gives the quarterback the option to run. You'll see several play action passes that can be very effective when a defense is selling out to stop the run. He also shows how the Pro Draw will set up complimentary pass plays later in the game.

    This base play will open up the rest of your offense and keep the defense at bay.

    56 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224D: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Tim Murphy teaches what he calls the most dynamic series of his offense - the outside run game.

    Coach Murphy's vast experience with the double wing gives him a great understanding of what plays complement the offense. In this detailed DVD, he explains how he attacks the perimeter with the outside run game out of the double wing offense.

    A successful offense strives to control the perimeter of the defense, and Coach Murphy provides plays and adjustments you can use to get the ball to the perimeter. Murphy discusses:

    • The Trojan Series - Get the ball to the perimeter with a lot of lead blockers to outnumber the defense - similar to the old USC student body play.
    • Rocket Sweep - This quick, outside play has a great scheme with the front side pulling and reaching, and the backside pulling to influence the defense. Wing-T coaches will love this play - it's like the quick pitch with motion.
    Coach Murphy shows different ways the fullback and the guards can provide false keys to deliver an effective running play. These false keys will hinder how aggressively the defense can play and prevent linebackers from successfully keying on guards and running backs. He shows different ways to get the ball into the hands of your playmakers without adjusting your blocking scheme. Murphy also gives his thoughts how you can tailor your offense to your personnel.

    His whiteboard explanations and practice footage of each play will help any coach install the outside run series. By drawing each play against both odd and even fronts he offers solutions for most challenges encountered by offensive coordinators running the hybrid double wing.

    This well-orchestrated outside run attack will dissect and conquer your opponent, leaving the opposition in a wake of offensive destruction.

    63 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224E: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Catch your opponent off guard and neutralize a fast attacking defense with an effective counter game.

    Tim Murphy's counter series offers an excellent change up for teams who are running power plays with success and seeing the defense taking chances to get back in the game.

    The counter will freeze the feet of high octane athletes who want blow up your precision timed offense.

    Using a marker board, Coach Murphy draws out each play against both the 4-3 and 5-2 defenses, complete with blocking assignments and rules for each play to highlight the nuances of blocking against even and odd fronts. After diagramming each play he shows how the play is run through practice video. Each play is viewed from the press box and from the end zone.

    Coach Murphy shows variations of the counter that will get the ball to different playmakers while running the counter play. These variations start out looking like one play and then transform into a two-headed monster. The more looks you have the more deception you have offensively. This puts the defense on their heels and destroys any rhythm to make plays.

    You'll also learn how you can add a shovel pass to the counter run blocking scheme. The shovel play is very deceptive and the defense can't help but key on your tailback's movement. The movement of the tailback and quarterback will act as blockers by freezing defenders. The wing gets mixed in the trash as he moves along the line of scrimmage and receives a pass from the quarterback. The wing hits his point of attack leaving the defense in his wake. This can make your offense very versatile while not using extra teaching time to teach the play.

    Whether you run the double wing offense or not, Coach Murphy's instruction will help you implement and use counter plays to create big play opportunities.

    56 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224F: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Tim Murphy's understanding of the run game makes his pass game devastating. As defenses try to stop the power game they struggle to prepare for the pass. The Shotgun Double Wing opens up the passing game by allowing routes to develop, letting your quarterback see the field and providing deeper routes.

    Make defenses cover the width of the field using:

    • Trap Pass - A one man route can be a game changer. Murphy gives you three plays off the trap look. These plays are used when the defense is trying to sneak up and stop your run. This pass play provides your tight ends a variety of routes to choose from without showing any tendencies. The defense will not be clued in by formation. You will learn pass patterns to exploit Cover 2 and 3 for huge, game breaking plays.
    • Power Series Passing Game - Since power is the base play of the whole offense, the power play action pass must be a staple of your offense. A two-man route that gives your quarterback choices to throw to downfield, the Power Series is an ideal way to use your fleet-footed quarterback to blow up defenses schemes with his electric feet. The defense will be fooled into thinking run and will be completely out of position for this explosive play.
    • Sprint Passing Game - Provide your quarterback plenty of depth to buy time and survey the field. Every lineman in this play takes a three step Trojan pull then turns to protect backside away from the rolling out quarterback. You get a flood concept from your receivers giving your quarterback three throwing options to throw to and, as he's rolling out, he is a threat to run, putting the defense in breakdown mode. You will see a variety of pass patterns to manipulate the most disciplined defenses.

    To finish the video Coach Murphy delivers several plays to add to your passing arsenal; sprint pass throwback, joker pass, joker pass zip and jailbreak. You'll also get an effective screen pass to help negate a strong pass rush.

    Many of the pass plays offered have optional routes. This allows receivers to read the defensive backfield and decide on the best route. Passing from the shotgun allows the quarterback to see the field better and allows the offense to set his passing pocket in different locations.

    Adding a potent passing game to your double wing will make it all the more lethal!

    56 minutes. 2013.




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    FD-05124A:

    with Chris Ash,
    Rutgers University Head Coach;
    former Ohio State University Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach (2014 National Champions;
    first-ever College Football Playoff Champions);
    former University of Wisconsin Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach (2010 Big Ten Co-champions)

    Many young coaches believe the scheme is the most important aspect of building a championship team and do not understand the importance of handling people within the program. In this video, Coach Chris Ash discusses his complete outline for building and running a championship football culture.

    A Philosophy in Action

    Coach Ash lays the groundwork for establishing a championship culture through constant communication, education and motivation of everyone involved in the program. He believes in a "relentless strain" to win games, not schemes. He focuses on competitive excellence as well as the process, not the goal.

    Coach Ash begins by addressing his well-thought out mission statement, which underlies the very essence of coaching with a purpose. From there, you will learn:

    • How to establish program goals
    • How to emphasize and visualize the key components in a plan to consistently win games
    • The 11 steps required to build a championship culture

    How to Build It

    The core of this video is in the 11 key elements Coach Ash has planned and devised to build a championship-caliber program at Rutgers. Within this video, Coach Ash goes into detail how to carry out these key elements, including:

    • Finding and recruiting the right people to include in your organization
    • Developing player leadership through a "Leadership Council"
    • How to create dynamic, competitive, and effective practice sessions

    You'll also find practice footage of the Rutgers football team applying many of these key elements as they look to improve their program and compete at a high level of football.

    Coach Ash lays out everything you need to know about changing the culture of your program. You will learn how to foster your players' competitive nature, how to prepare young people for success after football, and how to use a system of punishments and rewards that clearly communicates to the players the benefits of a championship program.

    44 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124B:

    with Drew Mehringer,
    University of Texas Pass Game Coordinator & Wide Receivers Coach;
    former Rutgers University Offensive Coordinator
    was Wide Receivers Coach at Houston under head coach Tom Herman and also coached with Herman and Rutgers Head Coach Chris Ash at Ohio State and Iowa State University

    Shotgun spread offenses have become the mainstream offensive attack in collegiate and high school football. The quarterback position, now more than ever, requires not only raw athletic ability, but also sound mechanics and techniques to allow the spread offense attack to be lethal to opposing defenses.

    Using practice video from spring drills at Rutgers, Coach Mehringer shows the you the plan in action that he utilizes to develop quarterbacks into effective scoring machines. In this video, you'll see four unique elements of training that you can begin implementing right away from spring practice or even mid-season. You'll be provided with detailed outlines and practice and scrimmage footage that demonstrate the techniques in action.

    Quarterback Drills

    Currently, conventional quarterback warm-ups serve only the limited benefit of getting a player's arm "warm." With the warm-up drills offered by Coach Mehringer, you'll be able to improve a quarterback's skill in what would otherwise be "time-consuming" drills during individual periods. These drills look how to correct balance imperfections and movement inefficiencies while in the pocket. Get key coaching points that work on quarterbacks' skill set for proper bubble screen mechanics, RPO reads, and drop-back pass footwork.

    Ladder drills warm the body temperature of the players and train them to keep their hip and eye level in balance. Arm isolation drills make the quarterback focus on the release and finish of each throw before progressing to drop back drills, such as the drift back and crossover, which are designed to allow the quarterback to throw for accuracy while focusing on the release.

    Bag drills are shown and are designed to reinforce footwork while moving within the pocket. Coach Mehringer puts a rush on the quarterback, making him move while reading the free safety and throwing away from his movement.

    Create "Game-Like Stimuli"

    Get your quarterback used to thinking on his feet. In a spread offense, the player you can least afford to have waste practice is your quarterback. Coach Mehringer demonstrates how to create "reactionary drill work" for your QB. This means your drills will have game-like stimuli, such as proper key reads, which will force your player to think in a game-like mindset. These drills can be adjusted to add elements as you see fit, based on your particular opponent and/or game plan.

    With this video, you'll learn the crucial elements to an effective practice session that will allow you to develop phenomenal spread offense quarterbacks!

    42 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124C:

    with Zak Kuhr,
    Texas State University Co-Offensive Coordinator;
    former Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Running Backs,
    coached running backs at Ohio State University for 2 years as an intern under Urban Meyer

    The spread tempo offense is on the rise, and the need to develop the running back in all facets of the game is paramount.

    Zak Kuhr takes you through a teaching progression incorporating drills that teach the skill set needed by a running back in the spread offense. Backs must learn blocking, running downhill, and how to make decisive cuts and moves with the ball while being physical.

    Running Back Drills

    Using practice and scout team video, Coach Kuhr sets out his development plan in an orderly fashion. The drills begin with mesh security, then advance to reaction drills that teach running backs how to respond to openings that will occur along the line. His methods teach the running back to be as quick and decisive as possible, preaching low pad level, one step or jump cuts and ball security.

    Coach Kuhr works drills that teach the running back to `puncture' the line vertically. He reps the four different holes that the Inside Zone Run can open. You'll get drills for `low drive' running, developing power angles, breaking down the triple move and coiling the spring. Coach Kuhr uses six unique drills that work on protecting the ball and teach how to finish the run.

    Inside Zone and Power Game

    Preaching `inside out' philosophy for power, Coach Kuhr believes in having "guidelines" for the back, not in setting rules that limit the back in live action. Backs are taught to read angles and work inside-out in both the running and passing game. The inside zone is taught up front with a dominating double team at the point of attack, allowing the back to attack downhill from A gap to A gap.

    The Power Game works hand in hand with the Inside Zone in the Rutgers offense. Using a pulling guard at the point of attack, the Power is still a downhill demeanor for the running back, and physicality is emphasized just as it is in the Zone running game.

    Passing Game

    The other half of the spread offense is the passing game. The quarterback needs extra time to take shots down the field, which will help the running game even more. Coach Kuhr teaches backs the technique for striking a defender in pass protection and the importance of staying inside-out to the launch point of the quarterback. You'll see four drills that focus on footwork and firing of the hands.

    If you're looking to build complete running backs for the spread offense, Coach Kuhr's instruction is second to none!

    76 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124D:

    with Jafar Williams,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers;
    former Assistant coach at Purdue, Kent State and Northwestern

    In the spread offense, it's critical for your receivers to understand how to get off of press coverage, get open and catch the ball. Jafar Williams helps you learn to teach these concepts, as he covers everything it takes to play and excel at wide receiver.

    Coach Williams takes you from the stance and start to:

    • Press release & second level release techniques
    • Route running & break points
    • Catching the ball
    • Blocking

    Loaded Stance

    Williams begins by demonstrating the stance and alignment that is taught at Rutgers. Using a loaded stance, Williams explains how he teaches his wide receivers to defeat press cornerbacks with several release techniques. He also demonstrates how he teaches his receivers to attack underneath defenders by attacking their leverage before using one of five different releases to get into the route. Each drill shown is reinforced with key coaching points that help you understand the technique.

    Break Points

    Coach Williams describes the "pressure step" concept, which allows his players to change directions in order to get in and out of their breaks in a fast and effective manner. You'll learn several drills that teach and reinforce proper deceleration and acceleration fundamentals to get players in and out of route breaks, along with technique for defeating defenders at those break points. Williams also describes several drills that incorporate catching and footwork fundamentals.

    Wide Receiver Blocking Techniques

    Blocking for receivers is 90% effort and 10% technique. Williams describes the approach to contact, hand placement, and how he teaches players to finish blocks. He uses practice footage to demonstrate a variety of drills that he utilizes with his receivers.

    Coach Williams does an excellent job in this thorough video demonstrating techniques and the Rutgers coaching progression for developing wide receivers. Overall, this is an excellent video and would be a great investment for any football coach looking to improve their wide receivers.

    76 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124E:

    with Vince Okruch,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Tight Ends;
    with 35+ years of coaching experience, Okruch has worked with some of the legendary names in college football, including Lou Holtz, Bill McCartney, Gary Barnett and Urban Meyer.

    The spread offense has evolved over the past decade, and one of the most important developments is the use of the tight end position. The tight end must possess a unique skill set, and more importantly, must be well coached in order to help the offense succeed.

    In this video, Vince Okruch solves the problem of what a modern era tight end needs to know in the spread offense run scheme. Using diagrams, game film and practice film, Coach Okruch defines the "Eight Musts" of a tight end:

    • Alignment
    • Assignment
    • Get off
    • Hand Placement
    • Face Placement
    • On the Run Adjustments
    • Sustain
    • Finish

    He then breaks down each `Must' to give you the tools to fully execute the technique according to different situations.

    Laws of Combat

    Coach Vince Okruch begins the video by explaining the "Laws of Combat" that are taught to each player at Rutgers. These "Laws" are points of emphasis that the coaching staff at Rutgers believe are important to winning football, and include key elements of posture, stance, movement, toughness, ball security, and what is called "The Difference" at Rutgers. Coach Okruch explains how "The Difference" forms the framework for coaching, making contact for all positions, and shows practice drill footage of the techniques that make up "The Difference."

    Alignment and Assignments

    Coach Okruch explains the different alignments and motions that tight ends use in the Rutgers spread offense. These alignments include being split out wide, being in a slot or "Y off" position, and also in a traditional tight end alignment. There are several variations of each alignment that are used and explained by Coach Okruch. Next, he gives a detailed explanation of each individual block that the tight ends are asked to execute at Rutgers.

    Blocking Technique

    Coach Okruch guides you through more than 10 styles of blocks necessary for tight ends. These blocks include: base, cut off, reach, mini arc, sift, slice, slip, insert, and the sting and dog combination blocks. Coach Okruch explains the technique of each block and uses practice footage to illustrate key points of emphasis that will help you use your tight ends more effectively in the spread run game. He also explains the technique and key coaching points of the perimeter blocks tight ends will use when they are split out wide. These blocks are the stalk block and the crack block.

    The tight end position has changed the spread offense dramatically, and this excellent video will help you take advantage of these advancements in the spread run game. If you have a superior athlete who is football smart, incorporating Coach Okruch's tight end techniques will give opposing defensive coordinators nightmares!

    70 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124F:

    with AJ Blazek;
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Offensive Line;
    former Western Illinois Offensive Line Coach/Run Game Coordinator for Western Illinois;
    Graduate Assistant at the University of Iowa (where he was a 2x All-Big Ten Lineman)

    The traditional way of running an offense has changed; it's a lot of no-huddle, fast pace and signaling-in plays. Getting each position group to play at this tempo can be difficult. If you want an offense that can push the pace and wear a defense down, your offensive linemen have to be sharp and in shape. See how AJ Blazek gets his offensive lineman ready, both mentally and physically, to play and practice at an up-tempo pace.

    Blazek explains what he implements during the off-season and preseason to help build for the regular season. Using video, he illustrates how he conditions his players without making it seem like conditioning. He uses competitions and different ways to move the body to get his players into the required shape for top-notch performance. You'll see 12 drills, including the mat drills that teach toughness, competitiveness, and the mental approach to the game.

    Why Run Up-Tempo Offense?

    You will learn the benefits of playing up-tempo offense as opposed to a traditional offensive system. Benefits include:

    • Keeps your opponent in a base defense
    • Allows you to get plays off quicker
    • Everyone on your team gets signaled the plays

    Good Lineman Technique - The Difference

    Coach Blazek talks about "the difference" and how he can tell if an offensive lineman has good technique or not. You will see how having thumbs up, elbows in and wrists together is such an important part of developing your offensive line skills. Additionally, Coach Blazek discusses:

    • How using a 2x4 piece of wood can help teach "the difference"
    • How to progress to various teaching tools to teach "the difference"
    • On-field game footage and practice footage of how to correct players not using "the difference"

    Drills and Mentality

    Coach Blazek gives you 12 drills that create offensive lineman who use their hands well and utilize drive techniques while playing up-tempo. He builds on all the key elements for an offensive lineman, starting with stance, hands, and drive. You'll see:

    • The Plus 2 finish to get players to play through the whistle
    • How to incorporate injured players into practice so they don't lose their edge
    • How to create competition in drills, such as tug of war and bone dummy drill, to teach the mental and physical part of the game
    • How to execute a base block, wide reach and tight reach block

    Once linemen have the blocking basics learned, Coach Blazek covers the different types of runs they use.

    Coach Blazek gives you the tools you need to make sure your offensive line is mentally and physically able to play in an up-tempo offense. Whether it be by using the difference mat or bag drills, everything shown will help you develop your offensive line into an elite group!

    68 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124G:

    with Jay Niemann,
    Rutgers University Defensive Coordinator;
    former Northern Illinois Defensive Coordinator

    Football offenses today have become scoring machines based on spreading out defenses and forcing defenders to tackle in open space. Traditional tackling techniques have been ineffective and even dangerous as the game becomes faster and quicker than ever before.

    Using a variety of recognizable tackling drills, modified to use open-field shoulder tackling, Jay Niemann gives you numerous drills to teach you the latest tackling techniques you need to shut down opponents on game day.

    Rugby-Style Tackling

    The most effective way to tackle in the open field, rugby style tackling, is a safer technique that keeps the head out of contact. Through a variety of drills and stations that can be used by all defensive units on a team, Niemann shows you how to build confidence in players and become dominant rugby-style tacklers. Drills include:

    • Fit Drill
    • Left/Right Tackling Drill
    • Box Rugby Tackle Drill
    • Crash Pad Tackle Drill
    • Angle Tackle Drill
    • Wrap & Roll Drill
    • Track Tackle Drill

    The Drills

    Using video footage of live drills and practices, Coach Niemann gives you all the coaching points and drills needed to train your players to be better tacklers. This includes emphasizing the target area, proper leverage, and leg drive to bring even the toughest opponents to the ground.

    These drills can be used by all defensive units, including defensive backs, lineman, and linebackers. Niemann will help you teach your defenders how to:

    • Be in the best leverage position to stop a ball carrier
    • Wrap and roll as necessary to bring open field opponents to the ground
    • Track speedy opponents attempting to escape to the perimeter
    • Avoid unnecessary ejections by emphasizing the "strike zone" on defenseless players

    Along with drills and video footage, Coach Niemann uses white board diagrams to teach you the necessary coaching points to get the most out of your drills.

    The game is evolving, offenses are getting faster and defenses are getting creative. Don't be left behind by teaching outdated and unsafe tackling. By using these proven drills and techniques from Coach Niemann, you will have aggressive and confident players ready to shut down even the most athletic opponents.

    58 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124H:

    with Shane Burnham,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Defensive Line;
    former Iowa State University Assistant Coach

    Learn how to develop a skill set in the off-season that will teach your linemen how to explode through contact and dominate the line of scrimmage.

    Shane Burnham knows the dedication and devotion teams need in the off-season to build their players' technique. Coach Burnham takes you through non-padded off-season drills you can use in the months of January through August leading up to the season. Coach Burnham shows you drills and the role of the coach in order to build a strong defensive line unit.

    Using practice and game film, Coach Burnham explains the techniques and drills necessary to develop average players into explosive defenders that uses violent hands, violent feet, and violent hips to strike and escape offensive linemen. These skills can be worked on by the defensive line year-round in small groups or on an individual basis. Drills include:

    • Agility drills with stunt footwork
    • Re-direct drills for getting linemen to the ball
    • "The Difference" - Teaching proper blow delivery using a small piece of wood such as a two-by-four
    • Sled drills for violent hands
    • Escape drills that teach the strike and snag technique

    Your players will learn how to "set the edge" of the defender they're aligned on and develop the ability to attack the weak link of the offensive lineman to escape the block and get to the football to make plays.

    Today's offenses play fast and use finesse to destroy the defense. The best way to beat a finesse team is with physical play; Coach Burnham shows you how to get your players to play in a violent manner that will destroy any finesse spread offense.

    109 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124I:

    with Bill Busch,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs;
    former Assistant Coach at Ohio State,Wisconsin, Nebraska and Utah

    With the popularity of the spread offense, the defensive back is forced to have a multiple skill set to defend and tackle in space while having good footwork in the passing game. Learning and teaching the skills to combat the spread offense is a must. Bill Busch shows you how to develop the total defensive back through a series of 12 drills that create proper use of hands and feet.

    Defensive Back Drills

    Skill work is sometimes overlooked to work on schemes. Coach Busch shows you how to incorporate everyday drills that your players can move through quickly as they improve their skills on a daily basis. A defensive back has to engage blockers and shed them to help the stop the run game, and also be able to maintain position while covering the pass game.

    The cushion and leverage drill teaches players about breaking down, turning the hips, and getting to the hip to stop the dreadful deep ball pass. Other drills include single- and double-line footwork drills using the pedal box, speed turns, and ball drills that teach high pointing the football

    Tackling Drills

    There will be a point in a game where a defensive back will have to make the tackle that stops the other team from scoring. Coach Busch uses safe and proper form tackling every day and puts his players in situations they'll see in a game. This creates faster reactions and decision making to seek and destroy the ball carrier. Rugby-style tackling drills include knee tackling, the crash mat, and wrap & roll. The 6 Cone Drill is an exciting drill for getting your defensive backs to adjust their angles to get the ball carrier to the ground.

    Having a drill sequence that emphasizes the fundamentals for success is the only way to compete against quality opponents. Coach Busch uses practice video from Rutgers as well as game video to show you how to develop championship skills in your players.

    Plug in these drills from Coach Busch into your daily routines and build your players from the off-season straight through the regular season!

    66 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124J:

    with Aaron Henry,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs;
    Secondary Graduate assistant at Arkansas;
    played at Wisconsin for Chris Ash (3x Rose Bowl, 2x All-Big Ten)

    The spread offense presents problems to defenses with its tempo and multiple formations. However, now the defense can fight back by appearing to play press coverage before every snap, confusing the quarterback and making him throw into coverage with the bait and bail technique or the cover 2 hinge technique. Rutgers defensive back coach Aaron Henry teaches you these techniques and more in this video.

    Press Technique

    Train your cornerbacks to dictate angles for the wide receiver to take. Coach Henry explains the press technique that is specific to Rutgers and how it differs from the way press is taught by most other coaches. Using simple, everyday drills, he shows you his teaching progression for the press technique that begins with the proper alignment and stance, and focuses on eye progression and footwork for the corner

    Coach Henry believes in pressing with the feet by staying in front of the receiver as long as possible before using a kick step to go with any vertical release. In his footwork progression, Henry covers the:

    • Mirror step
    • Kick step
    • Switchback
    • Off hand jam

    After teaching footwork, Henry shows how to coach the corner in playing the route by the receiver. Using the Fly-by and Stutter drills, you will see how to coach the corner to be in phase with the receiver and lean and locate the ball. When out-of-phase, the corner is taught to go chest to chest and play through the receiver to the ball. Coach Henry then shows how the hands are used as a bonus in press coverage, and explains how focusing on the hands too much is a major flaw in many cornerbacks that play press coverage.

    The Finish

    Coach Henry stresses that defensive backs must be able to make plays. He describes the techniques for the defensive back to use whether he is in phase or out of phase with the receiver. Using practice footage, Coach Henry shows how the finish should be coached against a fade route and against short and intermediate routes. You'll see the Hook & Swat drill that is used at Rutgers to knock the ball loose from the receiver while securing the tackle with the off hand. Using Coach Henry's techniques and drill progression, you will be able to teach your players to make plays and breakup passes no matter if they are in perfect position or not.

    Bait and Bail Technique

    Coach Henry concludes the video by showing you how the corner can appear to press, but in reality is dropping into zone coverage. See how the bait and bail techniques should be used to counter offenses that use deep routes to attack press coverage. Also, an explanation of the catch technique is included. The catch technique is typically used in the red zone where the defensive back must not allow a receiver to catch the ball in front of him.

    Cornerback play is essential in the modern game. Coach Henry's coaching points and drill progression will enable coaches to teach their cornerbacks to dominate the competition.

    51 minutes. 2017.




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    featuring:

    • Anthony Pratley - former Concordia University (Ann Arbor) Offensive Coordinator; innovator of the Pistol Spread Option Offense
    • Dave Warner - Michigan State University Quarterbacks Coach
    • Jonathan Smith - University of Washington Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; former Boise State University Quarterbacks Coach
    • Philip Montgomery - University of Tulsa Head Coach; former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach
    • David Cutcliffe - Duke University Head Coach; Coached Peyton Manning at Tennessee and Eli Manning at Ole Miss
    • Dick Olin - 2015 U.S. Under-19 National Team Offensive Coordinator
    • Kevin Gilbride - former NFL coach and offensive coordinator for six NFL teams; earned two Super Bowl rings as the Offensive Coordinator for the NY Giants
    • Paul Chryst - University of Wisconsin Head Coach

    The most critical position on any team is the quarterback position. This video is designed to develop the skill set of the quarterback and help your QBs master the position. High profile coaches take you through a progression of drills, starting with footwork. You'll see bag, pocket, cone and movement drills demonstrated by college and high school athletes as the coaches discuss the details of each drill.

    Footwork Drills

    Train quarterbacks to skate or move their feet to get into proper throwing position and avoid the rush. Multiple footwork drills are provided to develop quick feet and agility necessary for avoiding pass rushers, stepping away from pressure, and gaining balance to make quick and accurate throws. You'll learn the footwork necessary to avoid pressure from defensive ends and how to skate, side step and escape to extend plays - improving your team's chances to win.

    Hand Strengthening & Mechanics Drills

    One area that can make or break a season is turnovers. These hand strengthening and mechanics drills give the QB the perception and feel of having the ball become one with the hand. Improve the ability of your quarterbacks to find the laces, increase hand and finger strength, and maintain ball security while being pressured by defenders. Learn how to create the habit of keeping a two-hand grip on the ball with proper mechanics in the pocket, which is important to prevent defenders from knocking the ball free.

    Vision and Accuracy

    Learn strategies and techniques for timing of wide receiver routes, regaining balance, and throwing on the run. You'll get drills that help improve footwork and throwing accuracy.

    Throwing drills are shown for developing the pocket passer as well as the roll-out quarterback. David Cutcliffe, former coach of Peyton Manning at Tennessee, teaches proper technique for the play action pass. Kevin Gilbride, Super Bowl coach and Eli Manning's former coach with the New York Giants, shows you multiple drop back and route combo drills used to develop rhythm in the passing game.

    Every football program wants to have a quarterback that can take the team all the way to the championship. This video has been designed to raise the level of play for any quarterback at any level.

    67 minutes. 2016.


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    FD-05124A:

    with Chris Ash,
    Rutgers University Head Coach;
    former Ohio State University Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach (2014 National Champions;
    first-ever College Football Playoff Champions);
    former University of Wisconsin Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach (2010 Big Ten Co-champions)

    Many young coaches believe the scheme is the most important aspect of building a championship team and do not understand the importance of handling people within the program. In this video, Coach Chris Ash discusses his complete outline for building and running a championship football culture.

    A Philosophy in Action

    Coach Ash lays the groundwork for establishing a championship culture through constant communication, education and motivation of everyone involved in the program. He believes in a "relentless strain" to win games, not schemes. He focuses on competitive excellence as well as the process, not the goal.

    Coach Ash begins by addressing his well-thought out mission statement, which underlies the very essence of coaching with a purpose. From there, you will learn:

    • How to establish program goals
    • How to emphasize and visualize the key components in a plan to consistently win games
    • The 11 steps required to build a championship culture

    How to Build It

    The core of this video is in the 11 key elements Coach Ash has planned and devised to build a championship-caliber program at Rutgers. Within this video, Coach Ash goes into detail how to carry out these key elements, including:

    • Finding and recruiting the right people to include in your organization
    • Developing player leadership through a "Leadership Council"
    • How to create dynamic, competitive, and effective practice sessions

    You'll also find practice footage of the Rutgers football team applying many of these key elements as they look to improve their program and compete at a high level of football.

    Coach Ash lays out everything you need to know about changing the culture of your program. You will learn how to foster your players' competitive nature, how to prepare young people for success after football, and how to use a system of punishments and rewards that clearly communicates to the players the benefits of a championship program.

    44 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124B:

    with Drew Mehringer,
    University of Texas Pass Game Coordinator & Wide Receivers Coach;
    former Rutgers University Offensive Coordinator
    was Wide Receivers Coach at Houston under head coach Tom Herman and also coached with Herman and Rutgers Head Coach Chris Ash at Ohio State and Iowa State University

    Shotgun spread offenses have become the mainstream offensive attack in collegiate and high school football. The quarterback position, now more than ever, requires not only raw athletic ability, but also sound mechanics and techniques to allow the spread offense attack to be lethal to opposing defenses.

    Using practice video from spring drills at Rutgers, Coach Mehringer shows the you the plan in action that he utilizes to develop quarterbacks into effective scoring machines. In this video, you'll see four unique elements of training that you can begin implementing right away from spring practice or even mid-season. You'll be provided with detailed outlines and practice and scrimmage footage that demonstrate the techniques in action.

    Quarterback Drills

    Currently, conventional quarterback warm-ups serve only the limited benefit of getting a player's arm "warm." With the warm-up drills offered by Coach Mehringer, you'll be able to improve a quarterback's skill in what would otherwise be "time-consuming" drills during individual periods. These drills look how to correct balance imperfections and movement inefficiencies while in the pocket. Get key coaching points that work on quarterbacks' skill set for proper bubble screen mechanics, RPO reads, and drop-back pass footwork.

    Ladder drills warm the body temperature of the players and train them to keep their hip and eye level in balance. Arm isolation drills make the quarterback focus on the release and finish of each throw before progressing to drop back drills, such as the drift back and crossover, which are designed to allow the quarterback to throw for accuracy while focusing on the release.

    Bag drills are shown and are designed to reinforce footwork while moving within the pocket. Coach Mehringer puts a rush on the quarterback, making him move while reading the free safety and throwing away from his movement.

    Create "Game-Like Stimuli"

    Get your quarterback used to thinking on his feet. In a spread offense, the player you can least afford to have waste practice is your quarterback. Coach Mehringer demonstrates how to create "reactionary drill work" for your QB. This means your drills will have game-like stimuli, such as proper key reads, which will force your player to think in a game-like mindset. These drills can be adjusted to add elements as you see fit, based on your particular opponent and/or game plan.

    With this video, you'll learn the crucial elements to an effective practice session that will allow you to develop phenomenal spread offense quarterbacks!

    42 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124C:

    with Zak Kuhr,
    Texas State University Co-Offensive Coordinator;
    former Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Running Backs,
    coached running backs at Ohio State University for 2 years as an intern under Urban Meyer

    The spread tempo offense is on the rise, and the need to develop the running back in all facets of the game is paramount.

    Zak Kuhr takes you through a teaching progression incorporating drills that teach the skill set needed by a running back in the spread offense. Backs must learn blocking, running downhill, and how to make decisive cuts and moves with the ball while being physical.

    Running Back Drills

    Using practice and scout team video, Coach Kuhr sets out his development plan in an orderly fashion. The drills begin with mesh security, then advance to reaction drills that teach running backs how to respond to openings that will occur along the line. His methods teach the running back to be as quick and decisive as possible, preaching low pad level, one step or jump cuts and ball security.

    Coach Kuhr works drills that teach the running back to `puncture' the line vertically. He reps the four different holes that the Inside Zone Run can open. You'll get drills for `low drive' running, developing power angles, breaking down the triple move and coiling the spring. Coach Kuhr uses six unique drills that work on protecting the ball and teach how to finish the run.

    Inside Zone and Power Game

    Preaching `inside out' philosophy for power, Coach Kuhr believes in having "guidelines" for the back, not in setting rules that limit the back in live action. Backs are taught to read angles and work inside-out in both the running and passing game. The inside zone is taught up front with a dominating double team at the point of attack, allowing the back to attack downhill from A gap to A gap.

    The Power Game works hand in hand with the Inside Zone in the Rutgers offense. Using a pulling guard at the point of attack, the Power is still a downhill demeanor for the running back, and physicality is emphasized just as it is in the Zone running game.

    Passing Game

    The other half of the spread offense is the passing game. The quarterback needs extra time to take shots down the field, which will help the running game even more. Coach Kuhr teaches backs the technique for striking a defender in pass protection and the importance of staying inside-out to the launch point of the quarterback. You'll see four drills that focus on footwork and firing of the hands.

    If you're looking to build complete running backs for the spread offense, Coach Kuhr's instruction is second to none!

    76 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124D:

    with Jafar Williams,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers;
    former Assistant coach at Purdue, Kent State and Northwestern

    In the spread offense, it's critical for your receivers to understand how to get off of press coverage, get open and catch the ball. Jafar Williams helps you learn to teach these concepts, as he covers everything it takes to play and excel at wide receiver.

    Coach Williams takes you from the stance and start to:

    • Press release & second level release techniques
    • Route running & break points
    • Catching the ball
    • Blocking

    Loaded Stance

    Williams begins by demonstrating the stance and alignment that is taught at Rutgers. Using a loaded stance, Williams explains how he teaches his wide receivers to defeat press cornerbacks with several release techniques. He also demonstrates how he teaches his receivers to attack underneath defenders by attacking their leverage before using one of five different releases to get into the route. Each drill shown is reinforced with key coaching points that help you understand the technique.

    Break Points

    Coach Williams describes the "pressure step" concept, which allows his players to change directions in order to get in and out of their breaks in a fast and effective manner. You'll learn several drills that teach and reinforce proper deceleration and acceleration fundamentals to get players in and out of route breaks, along with technique for defeating defenders at those break points. Williams also describes several drills that incorporate catching and footwork fundamentals.

    Wide Receiver Blocking Techniques

    Blocking for receivers is 90% effort and 10% technique. Williams describes the approach to contact, hand placement, and how he teaches players to finish blocks. He uses practice footage to demonstrate a variety of drills that he utilizes with his receivers.

    Coach Williams does an excellent job in this thorough video demonstrating techniques and the Rutgers coaching progression for developing wide receivers. Overall, this is an excellent video and would be a great investment for any football coach looking to improve their wide receivers.

    76 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124E:

    with Vince Okruch,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Tight Ends;
    with 35+ years of coaching experience, Okruch has worked with some of the legendary names in college football, including Lou Holtz, Bill McCartney, Gary Barnett and Urban Meyer.

    The spread offense has evolved over the past decade, and one of the most important developments is the use of the tight end position. The tight end must possess a unique skill set, and more importantly, must be well coached in order to help the offense succeed.

    In this video, Vince Okruch solves the problem of what a modern era tight end needs to know in the spread offense run scheme. Using diagrams, game film and practice film, Coach Okruch defines the "Eight Musts" of a tight end:

    • Alignment
    • Assignment
    • Get off
    • Hand Placement
    • Face Placement
    • On the Run Adjustments
    • Sustain
    • Finish

    He then breaks down each `Must' to give you the tools to fully execute the technique according to different situations.

    Laws of Combat

    Coach Vince Okruch begins the video by explaining the "Laws of Combat" that are taught to each player at Rutgers. These "Laws" are points of emphasis that the coaching staff at Rutgers believe are important to winning football, and include key elements of posture, stance, movement, toughness, ball security, and what is called "The Difference" at Rutgers. Coach Okruch explains how "The Difference" forms the framework for coaching, making contact for all positions, and shows practice drill footage of the techniques that make up "The Difference."

    Alignment and Assignments

    Coach Okruch explains the different alignments and motions that tight ends use in the Rutgers spread offense. These alignments include being split out wide, being in a slot or "Y off" position, and also in a traditional tight end alignment. There are several variations of each alignment that are used and explained by Coach Okruch. Next, he gives a detailed explanation of each individual block that the tight ends are asked to execute at Rutgers.

    Blocking Technique

    Coach Okruch guides you through more than 10 styles of blocks necessary for tight ends. These blocks include: base, cut off, reach, mini arc, sift, slice, slip, insert, and the sting and dog combination blocks. Coach Okruch explains the technique of each block and uses practice footage to illustrate key points of emphasis that will help you use your tight ends more effectively in the spread run game. He also explains the technique and key coaching points of the perimeter blocks tight ends will use when they are split out wide. These blocks are the stalk block and the crack block.

    The tight end position has changed the spread offense dramatically, and this excellent video will help you take advantage of these advancements in the spread run game. If you have a superior athlete who is football smart, incorporating Coach Okruch's tight end techniques will give opposing defensive coordinators nightmares!

    70 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124F:

    with AJ Blazek;
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Offensive Line;
    former Western Illinois Offensive Line Coach/Run Game Coordinator for Western Illinois;
    Graduate Assistant at the University of Iowa (where he was a 2x All-Big Ten Lineman)

    The traditional way of running an offense has changed; it's a lot of no-huddle, fast pace and signaling-in plays. Getting each position group to play at this tempo can be difficult. If you want an offense that can push the pace and wear a defense down, your offensive linemen have to be sharp and in shape. See how AJ Blazek gets his offensive lineman ready, both mentally and physically, to play and practice at an up-tempo pace.

    Blazek explains what he implements during the off-season and preseason to help build for the regular season. Using video, he illustrates how he conditions his players without making it seem like conditioning. He uses competitions and different ways to move the body to get his players into the required shape for top-notch performance. You'll see 12 drills, including the mat drills that teach toughness, competitiveness, and the mental approach to the game.

    Why Run Up-Tempo Offense?

    You will learn the benefits of playing up-tempo offense as opposed to a traditional offensive system. Benefits include:

    • Keeps your opponent in a base defense
    • Allows you to get plays off quicker
    • Everyone on your team gets signaled the plays

    Good Lineman Technique - The Difference

    Coach Blazek talks about "the difference" and how he can tell if an offensive lineman has good technique or not. You will see how having thumbs up, elbows in and wrists together is such an important part of developing your offensive line skills. Additionally, Coach Blazek discusses:

    • How using a 2x4 piece of wood can help teach "the difference"
    • How to progress to various teaching tools to teach "the difference"
    • On-field game footage and practice footage of how to correct players not using "the difference"

    Drills and Mentality

    Coach Blazek gives you 12 drills that create offensive lineman who use their hands well and utilize drive techniques while playing up-tempo. He builds on all the key elements for an offensive lineman, starting with stance, hands, and drive. You'll see:

    • The Plus 2 finish to get players to play through the whistle
    • How to incorporate injured players into practice so they don't lose their edge
    • How to create competition in drills, such as tug of war and bone dummy drill, to teach the mental and physical part of the game
    • How to execute a base block, wide reach and tight reach block

    Once linemen have the blocking basics learned, Coach Blazek covers the different types of runs they use.

    Coach Blazek gives you the tools you need to make sure your offensive line is mentally and physically able to play in an up-tempo offense. Whether it be by using the difference mat or bag drills, everything shown will help you develop your offensive line into an elite group!

    68 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124G:

    with Jay Niemann,
    Rutgers University Defensive Coordinator;
    former Northern Illinois Defensive Coordinator

    Football offenses today have become scoring machines based on spreading out defenses and forcing defenders to tackle in open space. Traditional tackling techniques have been ineffective and even dangerous as the game becomes faster and quicker than ever before.

    Using a variety of recognizable tackling drills, modified to use open-field shoulder tackling, Jay Niemann gives you numerous drills to teach you the latest tackling techniques you need to shut down opponents on game day.

    Rugby-Style Tackling

    The most effective way to tackle in the open field, rugby style tackling, is a safer technique that keeps the head out of contact. Through a variety of drills and stations that can be used by all defensive units on a team, Niemann shows you how to build confidence in players and become dominant rugby-style tacklers. Drills include:

    • Fit Drill
    • Left/Right Tackling Drill
    • Box Rugby Tackle Drill
    • Crash Pad Tackle Drill
    • Angle Tackle Drill
    • Wrap & Roll Drill
    • Track Tackle Drill

    The Drills

    Using video footage of live drills and practices, Coach Niemann gives you all the coaching points and drills needed to train your players to be better tacklers. This includes emphasizing the target area, proper leverage, and leg drive to bring even the toughest opponents to the ground.

    These drills can be used by all defensive units, including defensive backs, lineman, and linebackers. Niemann will help you teach your defenders how to:

    • Be in the best leverage position to stop a ball carrier
    • Wrap and roll as necessary to bring open field opponents to the ground
    • Track speedy opponents attempting to escape to the perimeter
    • Avoid unnecessary ejections by emphasizing the "strike zone" on defenseless players

    Along with drills and video footage, Coach Niemann uses white board diagrams to teach you the necessary coaching points to get the most out of your drills.

    The game is evolving, offenses are getting faster and defenses are getting creative. Don't be left behind by teaching outdated and unsafe tackling. By using these proven drills and techniques from Coach Niemann, you will have aggressive and confident players ready to shut down even the most athletic opponents.

    58 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124H:

    with Shane Burnham,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Defensive Line;
    former Iowa State University Assistant Coach

    Learn how to develop a skill set in the off-season that will teach your linemen how to explode through contact and dominate the line of scrimmage.

    Shane Burnham knows the dedication and devotion teams need in the off-season to build their players' technique. Coach Burnham takes you through non-padded off-season drills you can use in the months of January through August leading up to the season. Coach Burnham shows you drills and the role of the coach in order to build a strong defensive line unit.

    Using practice and game film, Coach Burnham explains the techniques and drills necessary to develop average players into explosive defenders that uses violent hands, violent feet, and violent hips to strike and escape offensive linemen. These skills can be worked on by the defensive line year-round in small groups or on an individual basis. Drills include:

    • Agility drills with stunt footwork
    • Re-direct drills for getting linemen to the ball
    • "The Difference" - Teaching proper blow delivery using a small piece of wood such as a two-by-four
    • Sled drills for violent hands
    • Escape drills that teach the strike and snag technique

    Your players will learn how to "set the edge" of the defender they're aligned on and develop the ability to attack the weak link of the offensive lineman to escape the block and get to the football to make plays.

    Today's offenses play fast and use finesse to destroy the defense. The best way to beat a finesse team is with physical play; Coach Burnham shows you how to get your players to play in a violent manner that will destroy any finesse spread offense.

    109 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124I:

    with Bill Busch,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs;
    former Assistant Coach at Ohio State,Wisconsin, Nebraska and Utah

    With the popularity of the spread offense, the defensive back is forced to have a multiple skill set to defend and tackle in space while having good footwork in the passing game. Learning and teaching the skills to combat the spread offense is a must. Bill Busch shows you how to develop the total defensive back through a series of 12 drills that create proper use of hands and feet.

    Defensive Back Drills

    Skill work is sometimes overlooked to work on schemes. Coach Busch shows you how to incorporate everyday drills that your players can move through quickly as they improve their skills on a daily basis. A defensive back has to engage blockers and shed them to help the stop the run game, and also be able to maintain position while covering the pass game.

    The cushion and leverage drill teaches players about breaking down, turning the hips, and getting to the hip to stop the dreadful deep ball pass. Other drills include single- and double-line footwork drills using the pedal box, speed turns, and ball drills that teach high pointing the football

    Tackling Drills

    There will be a point in a game where a defensive back will have to make the tackle that stops the other team from scoring. Coach Busch uses safe and proper form tackling every day and puts his players in situations they'll see in a game. This creates faster reactions and decision making to seek and destroy the ball carrier. Rugby-style tackling drills include knee tackling, the crash mat, and wrap & roll. The 6 Cone Drill is an exciting drill for getting your defensive backs to adjust their angles to get the ball carrier to the ground.

    Having a drill sequence that emphasizes the fundamentals for success is the only way to compete against quality opponents. Coach Busch uses practice video from Rutgers as well as game video to show you how to develop championship skills in your players.

    Plug in these drills from Coach Busch into your daily routines and build your players from the off-season straight through the regular season!

    66 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05124J:

    with Aaron Henry,
    Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs;
    Secondary Graduate assistant at Arkansas;
    played at Wisconsin for Chris Ash (3x Rose Bowl, 2x All-Big Ten)

    The spread offense presents problems to defenses with its tempo and multiple formations. However, now the defense can fight back by appearing to play press coverage before every snap, confusing the quarterback and making him throw into coverage with the bait and bail technique or the cover 2 hinge technique. Rutgers defensive back coach Aaron Henry teaches you these techniques and more in this video.

    Press Technique

    Train your cornerbacks to dictate angles for the wide receiver to take. Coach Henry explains the press technique that is specific to Rutgers and how it differs from the way press is taught by most other coaches. Using simple, everyday drills, he shows you his teaching progression for the press technique that begins with the proper alignment and stance, and focuses on eye progression and footwork for the corner

    Coach Henry believes in pressing with the feet by staying in front of the receiver as long as possible before using a kick step to go with any vertical release. In his footwork progression, Henry covers the:

    • Mirror step
    • Kick step
    • Switchback
    • Off hand jam

    After teaching footwork, Henry shows how to coach the corner in playing the route by the receiver. Using the Fly-by and Stutter drills, you will see how to coach the corner to be in phase with the receiver and lean and locate the ball. When out-of-phase, the corner is taught to go chest to chest and play through the receiver to the ball. Coach Henry then shows how the hands are used as a bonus in press coverage, and explains how focusing on the hands too much is a major flaw in many cornerbacks that play press coverage.

    The Finish

    Coach Henry stresses that defensive backs must be able to make plays. He describes the techniques for the defensive back to use whether he is in phase or out of phase with the receiver. Using practice footage, Coach Henry shows how the finish should be coached against a fade route and against short and intermediate routes. You'll see the Hook & Swat drill that is used at Rutgers to knock the ball loose from the receiver while securing the tackle with the off hand. Using Coach Henry's techniques and drill progression, you will be able to teach your players to make plays and breakup passes no matter if they are in perfect position or not.

    Bait and Bail Technique

    Coach Henry concludes the video by showing you how the corner can appear to press, but in reality is dropping into zone coverage. See how the bait and bail techniques should be used to counter offenses that use deep routes to attack press coverage. Also, an explanation of the catch technique is included. The catch technique is typically used in the red zone where the defensive back must not allow a receiver to catch the ball in front of him.

    Cornerback play is essential in the modern game. Coach Henry's coaching points and drill progression will enable coaches to teach their cornerbacks to dominate the competition.

    51 minutes. 2017.




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    FD-04257A: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Coach Stewart shows you how to install the Pistol Wing-T system starting in the spring and continuing through summer, fall, and into your season. You will quickly see why, despite having many 2-way starters, his teams finish strong each game without ever running sprints during practice.

    This DVD shows annual, monthly, and daily practice plans that are discussed thoroughly so that anyone wishing to install and run the Pistol Wing-T can do so in a relatively easy manner.

    Background & Philosophy

    Coach Stewart evolved the Pistol Wing-T offense after coaching at four different schools. He has coached at the small, agricultural school with 600 students and no weight room, to the large, rural school of 2,000 students, to his current position at a large, inner city school of 2,000.

    Stewart took all four of these schools to the playoffs with this offense and without ever coaching a scholarship player! His proven system works at all levels.

    Stewart briefly shares the vision, philosophies, and goals he had to instill at all of these losing programs.

    Practice Goals & Considerations
    This is the "checklist" of goals and expectations of every practice in regards to turnovers, maximum reps, and conditioning with a purpose. Stewart's linear teaching progression is discussed and he shows how to match the technique to the drill to the play call.

    Stewart also shows how to correctly balance full contact with no contact drills. Stewart's practice schedules always contain "hidden" individual time that gives position coaches additional time to teach important techniques.

    Off-Season & Spring
    Stewart shows how to get a jump on your opponents by starting your teaching after school and in the weight room when your players come back from winter break. He then goes through his day-by-day installation sequence during 10 spring practices. Daily practice schedules are shown, in addition to the sequence of motions, formations, and plays that are installed first.

    Summer
    Stewart allows for 12 summer practices which balances the demands of multiple-sport athletes and allows for players and coaches to enjoy their summer break. The installation schedule is continued from the spring with the goal of the entire base offense being installed before August. Stewart also shows how to approach 7 on 7 and summer camps.

    August
    Stewart summarizes the individual and group drills that are explained in the other Pistol Wing-T videos, but here he shows when and where the drills are inserted into the practice schedules. He then goes through his twenty August practices and how he re-installs all of the plays but now adds the "wrinkles" such key breakers, blitz pickup, and use of different formations.

    At all of Stewart's coaching stops, most of the players and coaches worked during the day, so he shows a unique way of doing "double practices" without having a morning practice.

    Conditioning
    The Pistol Wing-T is a fast, explosive offense that requires the ball to be snapped within 3 seconds of breaking the huddle. This puts great pressure on the defense to recognize all the different formations that Stewart uses. It is also an offense designed for the 180 pound guard and 140 pound halfback, so quickness and conditioning are very important components to compete against bigger opponents. Stewart is a master at incorporating conditioning into the entire practice and challenges his athletes both physically and mentally.

    In-Season and Playoffs
    This section shows how to effectively use your time once school has started and how Coach Stewart uses every assistant coach in weekly game plans. Daily practice schedules are shown and discussed. He then shows how he modifies for league and playoffs so that players do not become burned out or over-fatigued, exposing them to late season injury.

    Scouting the Opponent
    Stewart quickly shows how his entire staff is utilized in off-season, in-season, and game night scouting. He talks about what he looks for in an opponent when devising his weekly game plan and what every coach is looking for as he calls the plays on Friday night.

    This video is packed with information and coaching insights. Order now and get plans and ideas for putting in the Pistol Wing-T offense!

    74 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257B: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Take your Wing-T offense to a whole new level by implementing the Pistol Wing-T. You get the same devastating misdirection found in the conventional Wing-T, with all of the advantages of putting the quarterback in the gun.

    Coach Stewart uses a PowerPoint presentation and live demonstrations to teach you all of the new wrinkles, drills and concepts in the exciting Wing-T Pistol offense. You will see the backfield footwork for all the Wing-T running plays, as well as his newest version of motion that sends the wing behind the QB instead in front of him. This change adds more misdirection to the Pistol Wing-T, which will create hesitation in any defense.

    Coach Stewart opens with the Buck Sweep and the 32 G.T. emphasizing that the ball never leaves the quarterback's belly and that the running backs are responsible for all fakes. Next Stewart shows you the 36 Down, Veer and the Counter and how the same steps are used by the QB in all the plays. The Belly Series includes the G, 28 Option, 28 G Belly, 33 Belly GT and the 41 Trap. Stewart uses the Midline and Veer series out of the Pistol to put additional pressure on the defense.

    Every day drills are highlighted for each position so that you will have an understanding of specific skills needed to run the offense. Adding plays that require similar footwork for the backfield allows you to efficiently install and practice both traditional Wing-T plays along with outside veer, inside veer and midline. Coach Stewart's drills teach:

    • Proper backfield alignment for the quarterback and each running back
    • The backfield footwork and the coaching points to execute the motion properly to ensure the defense cannot key on one player
    • Various running back drills that involve blocking and running with the ball
    • How to fake hand-offs and use deception to your advantage
    • The "knuckleball" snap that puts the laces into the quarterback's throwing hand for a quick delivery

    Practice video is included that shows how Coach Stewart administers each drill and how it is tied to specific plays.

    Expertly execute your backfield movements this season with excellent deception and timing!

    79 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257C: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart does a superb job of teaching coaches how to improve offensive line performance for the Pistol Wing-T. Coach Stewart walks through each blocking technique and then uses practice video to show how he administers each technique using heavy bags.

    Stewart shows how to create proper first-step mechanics in your linemen. He preaches the power step and getting the second step on the ground before contact so your linemen can elevate defenders on their third step. His sled progression includes the 1,2,3-Down-Pull & Trap before he finishes with the Sled Drive.

    Hand shields are used to simulate the more realistic block on a moving target. The use of double team and combo blocking is shown as well as the Belly Drill. A group work time allows players to work together on all types of combination blocks needed in the Wing-T.

    Stewart designs each drill so linemen can respond to both odd and even defensive fronts. He diagrams each technique, drill and play so that players are prepared each week for their next opponent.

    For smaller schools he shows how to use half line drills so that you can get every play installed with fewer players.

    This is a comprehensive offensive line video that will assist coaches at both the middle school and high school levels.

    94 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257D: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart uses simple but effective processes for improving quarterback play and his overall passing game.

    QB Drills
    Coach Stewart provides over 20 drills for you to use to help improve quarterback play in the Pistol Wing-T system. He covers mechanics, pass play footwork, run play footwork and option footwork. Also included are sprint passing techniques, so coaches can improve their play action passing game.

    In the Pistol, the quarterback is three yards from the line of scrimmage, so the 1-, 3- and 5-step drops are modified. Stewart explains how and where the quarterback needs to be based on these modifications. He also shows a highly effective approach to finding the open receiver and explains how to teach the quarterback to read defenses.

    WR Drills
    Coach Stewart's wide receivers drills are a must for any coach who works with receivers. The receiver section contains 15+ drills. The blocking session shows you how receivers stalk and crack. The 2,4,6 and 9 cone drill for receivers is one of the best set of drills a coach can use to work on cuts, chattering down on breaks, and catching the ball.

    Stewart does a tremendous job explaining each drill with PowerPoint and practice video.

    Group Drills, Simulation Drills, Screen Game, Practice Schedule
    In the last section of the video, Coach Stewart gives you quarterback and wide receiver group drills, simulation drills, the screen game and practice schedule. The simulation drill allows quarterbacks to see where receivers will be at end of their routes and where the open windows will be. You'll also learn to execute eight screen plays with just three blocking schemes.

    Coaches will find these drills for mechanics and footwork highly effective easy to install into their daily practice schedule.

    69 minutes. 2013.




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    FD-04224A: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Tim Murphy has a long history of creating great running football teams. As defenses have evolved, he has fine tuned the double wing to ensure success. Murphy has added the shotgun to the double wing and given the quarterback both passing and zone read options.

    Defenders are now tasked with stopping a devastating run game and an expanded passing game.

    Coach Murphy gives you a comprehensive look at the essentials you need to understand and run the shotgun double wing as your offense. He discusses the philosophy behind the system, describes the key traits that make each position in the offense successful, and how to identify the best player suited for each position. You will learn where to put your most athletic kid, your biggest kid, smallest kid, weakest kid and most athletic linemen.

    As a dynamic offense, you must be able to show different offensive sets. Coach Murphy delivers eight formations off of his base set which will allow you to transition from one set to the next and stress the defense to the point of failure. He shows you the Pro, Twins, Trips, Ram, Lion, Over, Under, and Eagle, which is his direct snap to the tailback formation. Expand your playbook and make your offense more effective without forcing your players to learn new plays.

    A simple numbering system is explained that coaches can easily incorporate in their offense. Coach Murphy discusses key indicators that need to be watched and identified during games such as whether defenders are penetrators or readers. He then spends time explaining how he attacks different defenses, and he discusses what defenses might do to stop the double wing.

    Coach Murphy goes into detail about the execution of the 14 different blocks that are vital to the success of the offense. He uses a dry erase board to help explain the different blocks that each lineman needs to execute, and has each block named so that a player knows exactly how to execute it. You will learn blocking techniques such as the Skip Block, which is the newest and latest technique used by NFL teams, the Tunnel Block, Down and Wheel Block, Log Block, Post Block, and Reach Block.

    He explains how assistant coaches are an integral part of his play calling process and how to use them to the team's advantage. You'll also see practice footage to gain an understanding of how Coach Murphy practices his offense.

    Stay one step ahead of evolving defenses with the Shotgun Double Wing Offense!

    47 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224B: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    As defenses evolve to defend today's spread offenses, the double wing offers a unique challenge with its physical between-the-tackles style of football. Tim Murphy's Power Series gives you multiple blockers at the point of attack and constant pounding that will eventually wear down the defense changing three yard gains into 30 yard gains.

    The Power Series is an effective way to block and neutralize the defensive end and render a superior athlete a non-factor. Coach Murphy breaks down the many different blocking schemes that will wreck odd and even defensive fronts. He uses both the shotgun and zone type reads to take the double wing to new levels.

    Murphy delivers a look at the power series versus a 4-3 and 5-2 defense. Defensive lines that squeeze as well as run up field are addressed as he explains the blocking rules for each play, as well as the blocking rules and techniques for each player.

    Included is 24 Power, 26 Power, Over 24 Power, and 24 Power Shuffle Pass. In addition, you'll learn how to use multiple formations such as eagle, pro and twins to give the defense different looks and still run your power play. Coach uses practice film to help illustrate how the offense blocks the power play, and he uses a dry erase board to help explain the play to the viewer.

    Coach Murphy shows three plays that will allow you to use your quarterback as the power back. These plays turn your quarterback into a running threat, forcing the defense to prepare for another athlete running the ball. He also shows a great shovel pass that can incorporated into the offense while using the power play blocking scheme.

    You will see how defenses try to stop the power play and how to attack those schemes with motion and formations.

    Use your power game like a jab punch throughout the game that will lead to a knockout in the fourth quarter!

    55 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224C: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    The inside run game can get you quick yards, set up your pass game, and protect your off-tackle and outside plays. When teams want to load up to stop your power, you can counter with the trap, tackle trap or draw.

    Tim Murphy presents a detailed look on how to develop the inside run game out of the shotgun double wing offense. The inside run game is the base of this system and will open up the rest of the offense.

    Trap plays can pop for big yardage when the defense is trying to stop your power and outside plays. Coach Murphy breaks down blocking schemes against a 4-3 and 5-2 defensive front. He gives instruction on:

    • 21 Trap - Provides the trap block plus the lead block by the fullback.
    • 20 Trap - Delivers a trap block with the tackle leading through the hole.
    • Tackle Trap - The tackle trap play has an element of surprise built into it; a direct snap to the fullback with crisscross action behind it.
    • Wedge Play - Use in short yardage situations against any defense.
    Coach Murphy designs each inside run play on the whiteboard and explains the blocking rules for every lineman. Multiple cross blocks on the line of scrimmage make reading this play difficult for defenders. You'll learn how to teach proper center technique to keep "bear crawling defenders" from stopping your wedge play. He also explains the motion and technique for all the running backs and receivers.

    After each play, practice video is used to show you how the play is administered in a practice setting. Each play is run versus defenders with both a press box and end zone view.

    Coach Murphy ends the video with instruction on the Trap Pass - the perfect complement to the inside Trap Game. The Trap Pass uses maximum pass protection but also gives the quarterback the option to run. You'll see several play action passes that can be very effective when a defense is selling out to stop the run. He also shows how the Pro Draw will set up complimentary pass plays later in the game.

    This base play will open up the rest of your offense and keep the defense at bay.

    56 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224D: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Tim Murphy teaches what he calls the most dynamic series of his offense - the outside run game.

    Coach Murphy's vast experience with the double wing gives him a great understanding of what plays complement the offense. In this detailed DVD, he explains how he attacks the perimeter with the outside run game out of the double wing offense.

    A successful offense strives to control the perimeter of the defense, and Coach Murphy provides plays and adjustments you can use to get the ball to the perimeter. Murphy discusses:

    • The Trojan Series - Get the ball to the perimeter with a lot of lead blockers to outnumber the defense - similar to the old USC student body play.
    • Rocket Sweep - This quick, outside play has a great scheme with the front side pulling and reaching, and the backside pulling to influence the defense. Wing-T coaches will love this play - it's like the quick pitch with motion.
    Coach Murphy shows different ways the fullback and the guards can provide false keys to deliver an effective running play. These false keys will hinder how aggressively the defense can play and prevent linebackers from successfully keying on guards and running backs. He shows different ways to get the ball into the hands of your playmakers without adjusting your blocking scheme. Murphy also gives his thoughts how you can tailor your offense to your personnel.

    His whiteboard explanations and practice footage of each play will help any coach install the outside run series. By drawing each play against both odd and even fronts he offers solutions for most challenges encountered by offensive coordinators running the hybrid double wing.

    This well-orchestrated outside run attack will dissect and conquer your opponent, leaving the opposition in a wake of offensive destruction.

    63 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224E: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Catch your opponent off guard and neutralize a fast attacking defense with an effective counter game.

    Tim Murphy's counter series offers an excellent change up for teams who are running power plays with success and seeing the defense taking chances to get back in the game.

    The counter will freeze the feet of high octane athletes who want blow up your precision timed offense.

    Using a marker board, Coach Murphy draws out each play against both the 4-3 and 5-2 defenses, complete with blocking assignments and rules for each play to highlight the nuances of blocking against even and odd fronts. After diagramming each play he shows how the play is run through practice video. Each play is viewed from the press box and from the end zone.

    Coach Murphy shows variations of the counter that will get the ball to different playmakers while running the counter play. These variations start out looking like one play and then transform into a two-headed monster. The more looks you have the more deception you have offensively. This puts the defense on their heels and destroys any rhythm to make plays.

    You'll also learn how you can add a shovel pass to the counter run blocking scheme. The shovel play is very deceptive and the defense can't help but key on your tailback's movement. The movement of the tailback and quarterback will act as blockers by freezing defenders. The wing gets mixed in the trash as he moves along the line of scrimmage and receives a pass from the quarterback. The wing hits his point of attack leaving the defense in his wake. This can make your offense very versatile while not using extra teaching time to teach the play.

    Whether you run the double wing offense or not, Coach Murphy's instruction will help you implement and use counter plays to create big play opportunities.

    56 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04224F: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!

    Tim Murphy's understanding of the run game makes his pass game devastating. As defenses try to stop the power game they struggle to prepare for the pass. The Shotgun Double Wing opens up the passing game by allowing routes to develop, letting your quarterback see the field and providing deeper routes.

    Make defenses cover the width of the field using:

    • Trap Pass - A one man route can be a game changer. Murphy gives you three plays off the trap look. These plays are used when the defense is trying to sneak up and stop your run. This pass play provides your tight ends a variety of routes to choose from without showing any tendencies. The defense will not be clued in by formation. You will learn pass patterns to exploit Cover 2 and 3 for huge, game breaking plays.
    • Power Series Passing Game - Since power is the base play of the whole offense, the power play action pass must be a staple of your offense. A two-man route that gives your quarterback choices to throw to downfield, the Power Series is an ideal way to use your fleet-footed quarterback to blow up defenses schemes with his electric feet. The defense will be fooled into thinking run and will be completely out of position for this explosive play.
    • Sprint Passing Game - Provide your quarterback plenty of depth to buy time and survey the field. Every lineman in this play takes a three step Trojan pull then turns to protect backside away from the rolling out quarterback. You get a flood concept from your receivers giving your quarterback three throwing options to throw to and, as he's rolling out, he is a threat to run, putting the defense in breakdown mode. You will see a variety of pass patterns to manipulate the most disciplined defenses.

    To finish the video Coach Murphy delivers several plays to add to your passing arsenal; sprint pass throwback, joker pass, joker pass zip and jailbreak. You'll also get an effective screen pass to help negate a strong pass rush.

    Many of the pass plays offered have optional routes. This allows receivers to read the defensive backfield and decide on the best route. Passing from the shotgun allows the quarterback to see the field better and allows the offense to set his passing pocket in different locations.

    Adding a potent passing game to your double wing will make it all the more lethal!

    56 minutes. 2013.




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    with Aaron Hafner,
    Olathe Northwest (KS) High School Head Coach;
    former Luther College Head Coach;
    former William Penn University Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach;
    2010 Midwest League Champions; 2008 Midwest League Assistant Coach of the Year

    and Payton Haynes, former Luther College Offensive Coordinator

    Coach Hafner's Flexbone attack led the Iowa Conference for five straight seasons (2013-17). During that time his offense ranked in the top-10 of the NCAA D-III in rushing yards per game, including finishing second in 2014. In 2017, Luther set a single season school record of 3,409 rushing yards and also tied the single game rushing record (579).

    Nothing frustrates or demoralizes an opposing defense more than a running attack they can't stop. The Flexbone isn't new, but it has undoubtedly earned its right to be respected when run correctly. In this video, Aaron Hafner, with years of experience as a Flexbone coach at the college level, shows you how to build a championship-caliber Flexbone offense.

    Offensive Line Drills

    No offense on earth can be productive without the beasts up front. The Flexbone offense requires specific blocking schemes, which means specific repetitions to get your players to execute with muscle memory on game day. Coach Hafner uses a PowerPoint, practice film, and a whiteboard to diagram the offensive line drill progression in the Flexbone offense, including:

    • Chute progression drills to teach the drive block.
    • Double team blocking across the line.
    • Veer releases and how to get linemen to the second level of the defense.
    • Long and short scoop blocking schemes to cut off backside pursuit.
    • A two bag drill to teach linemen how to come off the first level defender and attack the second level linebacker.

    Running Back Drills

    Running backs are the thoroughbreds of the Flexbone, and they need special attention if you're going to execute the amazing triple option. In this portion of the video, you will see:

    • Bag drills for agility.
    • Ball drills for ball handling and keeping possession.
    • Pitch drills.
    • Mesh drills.
    • 2 ball drills for situational football.
    • Full read drills for the triple and double options.

    Wide Receiver Drills

    Some coaches may think that receivers get neglected in the Flexbone offense. Not so! Receivers can be 'home run hitters' by either breaking the big touchdown run with a key downfield block, or by catching the deep ball on a surprise play-action pass. Your receiving corps can be the difference between a win or loss on almost every play. In this video, you will see:

    • Proper stance and get-offs.
    • Cone drills for agility and routes.
    • ABC/Mirror drill for stalk blocking.
    • Slam drill for crack blocking.
    • 3-on-3 drill for quick screens and the general passing game.

    Sometimes, coaches implement an offense without understanding the necessary drill work to make the offense work properly. That problem is eliminated with these breakdown drills for the Flexbone from Coach Hafner!

    87 minutes. 2018.


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  • 09/23/18--22:00: Inside Triple Offense 3-Pack
  • FD-05367A:

    with John Lilly,
    Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
    former Assistant Coach,
    Spring League NFL Development Program

    John Lilly provides a detailed overview of the Inside Triple Option offense in this jam-packed video. The triple option has been around for decades and has continued to evolve as the game has changed. Coach Lilly focuses on the main family of plays, as well as formations and motions to help adjust and exploit defenses.

    Lilly's presentation begins by giving an overview of the offense and the schemes and concepts that are utilized. He explains the philosophy of the offense and how it has evolved into what it is today. Additionally, you'll receive procedural information that is necessary to install and run the Inside Triple Option.

    You will learn:

    • The components that are necessary to make up a complete offensive system.
    • The philosophy of offense and coaching that revolves around being simple and multiple at the same time.
    • The terminology, play calling procedures, and various tags and checks used in the offense.

    The "14/15" Option

    Coach Lilly gives an exhaustive overview of the triple option play that he calls "14/15". He details the blocking schemes against various defensive fronts, as well as quarterback reads, footwork, and mechanics. Lilly also explains the running back's rules, footwork, and aiming points to the play.

    In this section, you'll see:

    • The "14/15" play, including how Coach Lilly teaches the quarterback to identify and read the dive key and pitch key.
    • Blocking schemes and coaching points for each player, including perimeter blockers.
    • Examples of each coaching point with on-field drill examples.

    The Inside Triple Option "Tool Box"

    Coach Lilly concludes with a comprehensive overview of what he calls "the tool box," which is a set of adjustments and considerations that are necessary to make the offense work against any defense. You'll also see how he attacks certain defenses, as he goes through several reads that the QB must master so that the offense can be executed no matter what the defense tries to do.

    Included are:

    • Perimeter blocking schemes and how to adjust them based on front and coverage.
    • Four different mesh reads the quarterback must master.
    • Quarterback pre-snap scheme reads.

    As Coach Lilly emphasizes, don't be afraid of an offense that focuses on a few main skills - it can be more dominant than the offense that has thousands of skills not perfected. With this video, your team will be well on its way to running a threatening Inside Triple Option.

    80 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05367B:

    with John Lilly,
    Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
    former Assistant Coach,
    Spring League NFL Development Program

    The triple option is an offense that has benefited greatly with adaption of RPOs. In this video, John Lilly shows you how the RPO has helped revolutionize an offense that is already predicated on how the defense reacts to motions and shifts. Adding RPOs and play action to your Inside Triple offense will place defenders in tough spots, providing your team multiple ways to make them pay.

    Inside Zone with RPOs

    Coach Lilly begins by diagramming the basic inside zone running play that serves as a base for his RPOs. He covers the three basic RPOs (Spot, Spam, Stick) that he uses the most, including the quarterback's reads and mechanics along with the receiver routes. Additionally, Lilly talks about the "key" screen package that he uses as a way to get receivers involved in the offense when a running play is called.

    Not only does Coach Lilly explain these concepts - you'll see several examples of them in action thanks to provided game footage.

    Play Action Passes

    Next, Lilly shares some of his most successful play action passes. A unique feature of his offense is that these routes can be called with different protections to make the teaching and installation easier. The routes can be used as part of the drop back passing game or as part of the play action passing game with a run fake.

    Altogether, you'll learn:

    • How to teach the "Y cross" pattern, including QB reads and receiver route running mechanics.
    • How Lilly coaches and utilizes the 4 verticals route.
    • The "Honda" route that is the perfect counter to teams that like to play robber coverage to gain a numbers advantage against the run.

    Varied Running Scheme

    Lilly concludes with a look at some of the schemes he runs that change who the offense reads. These plays are especially useful to take advantage of an overaggressive player on the defense, or to allow the offense to read a dominant player rather than having to try to block him. The "16/17" read is featured, which allows the offense to read the middle linebacker against teams that over-pursue on perimeter run plays.

    Coach Lilly does an excellent job presenting the RPO and play action passing game that he uses in his offense. These schemes are sure to keep your opponents off-balance on defense!

    47 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05367C:

    with John Lilly,
    Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
    former Assistant Coach,
    Spring League NFL Development Program

    John Lilly provides complementary plays to add to your Inside Triple offense in this comprehensive video. You'll get outside zone, quarterback read, and speed option plays to add to your Inside Triple base package.

    The triple option offense relies on great meshes, which need strong timing. The repetition and mastery of this is vital. That's why Coach Lilly has found success focusing on a small set of essential skills, rather than confusing players with a ton of rarely-used, specialized concepts.

    Complementary Run Game

    Lilly begins by diagramming three main running plays that serve as complements to the base inside zone play that is the backbone of the offense. He explains the "why" behind each play and shows them against a variety of defensive fronts. Included are reads and quarterback mechanics, as well as footwork and aiming points for running backs.

    Among the plays you'll learn are:

    • The "28/29" sweep play and how to run it from a variety of formations with and without motion.
    • The "16/17" read play, which is a complement to the sweep play.
    • The "18/19" option, which allows the offense to change who the quarterback reads while forcing the defense to be more predictable.

    Run Tape Drills

    Next, you'll get the "run tape" series of drills that Coach Lilly uses to teach the mechanics of the offense to skill players. These drills work on many of the reps needed to successfully execute an option-based attack. Included in this segment are key coaching points for mesh and pitch mechanics, footwork and aiming points for running backs, and the specific reads for the quarterbacks on each play.

    You'll see:

    • The mesh read that is utilized in "14/15" read that serves as the basis for the offense.
    • How Coach Lilly teaches the pitch read on the "14/15" option and on the "18/19" speed option.
    • The specific reads, routes and mechanics for the three main RPOs that Lilly uses with his offense.
    • The reads and mechanics for the "28/29" sweep and the "16/17" read play.
    • How to organize drills depending on the number of players available.

    This is a great companion to Coach Lilly's other videos on the Inside Triple offense. If you're looking to fine tune your triple option system, add complementary plays to your system, or adapt the system as a whole, this resource is perfect for you!

    37 minutes. 2018.




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