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Split Back Veer: Inside and Outside Veer Pat Chitwood St. Xavier High School Louisville, KY email@example.com
Why Split Backs?? Can utilize smaller, quicker players Can get 2 TB-type players on the field Dive hits faster than the FB in I or Flexbone OUTSIDE VEER!
Basic Considerations Must devote practice time to Option Must be able to audible out of a bad play Must call veer plays when the Dive is available Must have complimentary plays Are you an option team or a team that runs option????????
Veer Offensive Line Play Basics OPTION FOOTBALL = MOVEMENT!! Double-team/Combo at the point of attack Proper hat placement, then come off the ball and BE AGGRESSIVE!! “SEAL” → Build a wall and get downfield on the backside
Why Outside Veer? A quick-hitting off-tackle play A good companion to perimeter plays Forces a 9 technique to play assignment football Puts 4-3 teams in a bind at the 9 technique area A great short yardage / goal line play
Outside Veer Blocking Rules Playside TECombo 1 st color inside. Playside TackleDrive 4, 5. Combo 3, 2. “4-call.” Playside Guard2, 3, LB. Listen for “4-call.” NEVER block a 1 technique CenterLead 0. (Playside A gap). Backside GuardSeal backside A gap. Backside TackleSeal backside B gap.
Outside Veer Backfield Mechanics Depth → Hand at 3 yards from the ball Alignment → Split inside leg of the Guard – both backs should be even Aiming Point → Inside leg of Tackle QB Read → 1 st man head up to outside TE Mesh Mechanics (demonstrate) “Hug” the double-team