Presentation on theme: "Integrating the Double Wing and One-Back Offense"— Presentation transcript:
1Integrating the Double Wing and One-Back Offense The Pioneer WayLewis & Clark College
2Major in the Majors Spend MOST of your time doing what’s MOST important.Pitch, Trap, Scissors, Boot, ReverseSimplicity + Repetition are greater thanComplexity + Diversion Recruit players and offer everyone the opportunity to be involved and important.
19Jumbo and Ace, contd. LEFT RIGHT H Z F F Z H
20Motion Out of “Stack” Example: “HAZE LEFT” X Y Q F
21Double Wing Play Tag Terms “Tucson” = Tackle Toss“Seattle” = Scissors“Solo” = Pull only BSG on DW Pitch.Pull only FSG on STR/STLScissors.“Boise” = Boot“Tampa” = Throwback
22Passing Tree Inside breaking routes are EVEN #’s Outside breaking routes are ODD #’s0 = behind LOS 1 = arrow2 = slant 3 = sideline4 = hitch / curl 5 = comeback6 = dig / cross 7 = corner8 = post / seam 9 = fade / go
23Protections DW Play Action – Man Schemes Turnback (1st uncovered) – “Lucky” / “Ringo”Full Gap / 3 step – “Black” / “Orange”“Big” keeps BSTE in to block.“Max” keeps both TE’s in to block.Protection Terms with “L” and “R” tell FB whichdirection to go – linemen know “opposite back”.
24Putting it Together“HAZE LEFT 18 TAMPA” Q F H Z
25Putting it Together, contd. HAZE LEFT LUCKY 756 FLARE Q F H Z
26SUMMARY K-I-S-S and M-I-S-S FIND A WAY a) Exploit opponent’s weaknesses.b) Involve your players.c) Get the ball into the end zone.3. EVERYONE LIFT!4. HAVE FUN.