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1 The Double Wing Game Day Adjustments

2 Who the Heck is Coach Wade? Assistant Defensive Backfield Coach, Orting Junior Cardinals, (10-11) 1992, 6-3. Made playoffs, failed to advance. Head Coach, Kodiak Lions (11-12) 1999, 6-0. KFL Champions. Bruising defense. Very average offense.

3 Who the Heck is Coach Wade? Defensive Backs and Running Backs Coach; Tomales High School Varsity 2001, NCS Division III Class B Champions. Number one offense in North Coast Section. 388 yards, 33 points per game. Special Teams Coordinator, Linebackers, Running Backs, and Tight Ends Coach; Tomales High School JV , Webmaster:

4 Syllabus Offensive philosophy. Were going to do what we do, no matter what you do. Modes of thinking: Strategy vs. Tactics. Preparation. Scouting report. Booth Kit What it is and why you need it. Training your staff. Defensive front recognition and techniques. Effective communications from (and to) the booth.

5 Syllabus Smashmouth time! What to look for and why. Playcalling and probing. The passing attack. Option Football. How to date a cheerleader.

6 Offensive Philosophy Were going to do what we do, no matter what you do. Dont let a defense scare you out of your game plan. Find a different way to run what you want to run.

7 Offensive Philosophy Change formation before blocking. Stud OLB that our FB cant move out of the hole.

8 Offensive Philosophy Change formation before blocking. Shifting to gReen forces the stud wider. No changes to blocking– nothing needs to be taught.

9 Offensive Philosophy Dont counter from a play they dont fear. Establish your core series. Bleed the field. You only need to average 3.33 or 2.5 yards per play.

10 Offensive Philosophy

11 Modes of thought-- Strategy: Planning and preparation. Based from: Scouting reports. Knowing your team. Knowing your staff. Knowing yourself.

12 Offensive Philosophy Modes of thought-- Tactics: Execution. Based from: Perfect practice. Spotting weaknesses. Probing the defense. Calling the right plays at the right time.

13 Preparation (Strategy) The scouting report. Have a scout you can trust. If you cant video, then send two scouts. Offense and offensive special teams. Defense and defensive special teams. Scouting forms. Your best guess. Unless the team youre scouting is playing another DWing team, odds are theyll be different for you.

14 Preparation (Strategy) Figure out who the studs and duds are. When one scout isnt actively recording, he should watch substitutions. Get a program! (Cant tell the players without it!)

15 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive front recognition /5-4-2 Okie. Not as likely at the lower youth levels. Typically landmark zone cover two or cover four pass coverage.

16 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive front recognition Much more common in youth levels. Typically used with cover three landmarks or cover one, man under.

17 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive front recognition. Eagled or TNT front. Not as commonly used in youth football– except by coaches you dont want to face. Landmark cover three or cover one man under.

18 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive front recognition Typically used by coaches that think youth football is the NFL. Expect blitzes. Landmark cover two, one, or four.

19 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive front recognition. 4-4/6-2. Gaining popularity in youth and high school. Flexible and versatile- expect blitzes and stunts. Cover three or one.

20 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive front recognition. Gap-8/GAM. May require O blocking. Cover one, bump under. Must attack linebackers. Formation to widen off-tackle hole.

21 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive front recognition. 7-D. Similar to Gap-8. Ends/OLBs may be swapped. Cover one or three possible. Mike plays sideline to sideline.

22 Preparation (Strategy) Training your staff. Defensive techniques. Must be able to recognize on game day. Hard at the youth levels– players move around.

23 Preparation (Strategy) Booth Kit Two Radios with spare batteries. Headset/Earpiece for each radio. 10X Binoculars.

24 Preparation (Strategy) Check before you leave. Make sure the radios work. Check before the game. Interference. Establish a code. Country Music.

25 Preparation (Strategy) Communications from and to the booth Why is that guy up there? Looking good. Helping your team. Two-way communications. He cant help if he doesnt know the play. Chart it– Who to watch for every play.

26 Game Day (Tactics) Default Settings Chart each play you have a counter for. Eyes in the sky watches the same player(s) every time. Keep this fewer than four players. Playcalling Probe the defense. No counters until Eyes gives the OK.

27 Game Day (Tactics) 35 Quick Trap at Upper Lake. Eyes: Playside backer is cheating to motion.

28 Game Day (Tactics) 45 X-Toss at Calistoga. Eyes: Backside linebacker isnt staying home.

29 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2002 Season. Not successful. 31% completion rate. 1 TD. 5 INTs. 9 sacks. 68 yards.

30 Passing 24 Toss Pass. Commitment to improve. Too much pressure. Too many reads

31 Passing 24 Toss Pass. Starts with QB. Keep him moving. Roll out at five yards. 2 Primary Pass rushers. Backside end- run away. Playside end- run around.

32 Passing 24 Toss Pass. Wyatt: Lights not gettin any greener. Simplify his reads. Two Receivers. Tuck and run. Date a cheerleader.

33 Passing 24 Toss Pass. 4-Wing. Goal: Take the corner with you. Decoy, then block. Earn a soda. Throw only when Eyes gives the OK. Younger players will try to throw deep every play.

34 Passing 24 Toss Pass. Tight End (Y). Cut at eight, angle for twelve. Peel back and block OLB. Turn first downs into touchdowns. 12 LOS 8

35 Passing 24 Toss Pass. FB. Option: Give unless. Cross LOS at one yard, angle for zero. Six yard pass. Be ready to block if QB gives signal. 12 LOS 1

36 Passing 24 Toss Pass. Coverages. Zone. Typically OLB. Physically can not cover both receivers. Whatever he does is wrong. 12 LOS ???

37 Passing 24 Toss Pass. Coverages. Man. Corner: 4 Wing. OLB: Tight End. MLB/ILB: Fullback. Time to date a cheerleader.

38 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2003 Season. 84% completion rate. 4 TDs. 0 INTs. 0 Sacks. 56 rushing yards. 231 passing yards.

39 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2003 Season. 84% completion rate. 4 TDs. 0 INTs. 0 Sacks. 56 rushing yards. 231 passing yards.

40 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2003 Season. 84% completion rate. 4 TDs. 0 INTs. 0 Sacks. 56 rushing yards. 231 passing yards.

41 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2003 Season. 84% completion rate. 4 TDs. 0 INTs. 0 Sacks. 56 rushing yards. 231 passing yards.

42 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2003 Season. 84% completion rate. 4 TDs. 0 INTs. 0 Sacks. 56 rushing yards. 231 passing yards.

43 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2003 Season. 84% completion rate. 4 TDs. 0 INTs. 0 Sacks. 56 rushing yards. 231 passing yards.

44 Passing 24 Toss Pass, 2003 Season. 84% completion rate. 4 TDs. 0 INTs. 0 Sacks. 56 rushing yards. 231 passing yards.

45 The Double Wing Game Day Adjustments


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