Presentation on theme: "University of Nevada Wolf Pack Football"— Presentation transcript:
1University of Nevada Wolf Pack Football Cameron NorcrossOff. Line/Run Game Coordinator
2The Pistol Offense – Run Game Able to run all concepts of the Spread OffenseZone Read, Zone Read Option, Zone Read Bubble, Shovel OptionAble to have downhill, North/South runs without being under CenterCounter Gap, Power, Outside Zone, Horn, Stretch, Inside Zone
3The Pistol Offense – Run Game Running Back gets the ball deeperAllows him to set blocksIncreases his visionHides the RBTeams cannot set fronts based on off-set backAble to use all formation in the run game1 TE, 2 TE, Wing Sets, 2 RB, or No TE without limiting the play selection
4The Pistol Offense – Inside Zone Doesn’t tip direction of the playDownhill Run playInitially hides the RBEasier Mesh PointAble to ride the mesh longerRB able to be squareGets into the wall easierRB able to push longer before the cutbackMust differentiate from Zone Read for OL
5Inside Zone – Philosophy Push Front to LB DepthChange the LOSCreate Double TeamsWill Always control backside DESlice, Run Weak, BootRB must Press LOS
6Inside Zone – Rules OL/TE RB Center sets Front to near LB playside Am I covered? Yes – Is the man inside coveredAm I covered? No – Is the man outside coveredRB6” x 6” w/ playside foot, controlled speed to inside hip of guard. As you take exchange, square your shoulders. Press the line of scrimmage to cut back.
7Inside Zone – RulesQBOpen cross-over reach. It is very important to get the ball to the running back as deep as possible. Carry out Play-Action fake after the hand-off.
8Inside Zone – Hit Progression Jab-Strike Drill6” x 2” Zone Step, Toes up-field2nd step 90 degrees up-field through crotch of defenderStrike blow on 2nd step, head and eyes up6/2 Man Sled4 point punch2nd step punchHit and RollFinish