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1 Installing the Double Wing Your First Ten Days With Two Wings Derek Wade Tomales High School, Tomales CA

2 Who The Heck is Coach Wade Special Teams Coordinator, Linebackers, Running Backs, and Tight Ends Coach; Tomales High School JV –2002: 5-3 Ben Kaplan Y.R. –2003: 6-2 Josh Perucci Y.R. –2004: 6-3 Nick Caramagna Y.R. –2005: 7-1 Bailey Tucker Y.R.

3 Who The Heck Are The Braves? 2005 Tomales Braves: –Bailey Tucker 1019 rushing yards 308 Receiving yards –Zack Wenrick 418 Passing yards 11 passing TDs (JV school record) 2 INTs (first game) –Offensive line (Abe Avalos, Tito Miranda, Mike Severson, Andrew Ritter, Sean Cochran) No sacks after first game 262 points in eight games (32.75 ppg) Averaged 6.3 yards per snap rushing 2005 NCL II Class “B” Champions

4 Syllabus General assumptions –Practice times –Practice length Preseason –Organizing your staff The “optimal” coaching staff –Crop Rotation Alternative ideas for smaller or larger staffs –Organizing your overall practice Offense Defense Special teams

5 Syllabus Preseason, continued: –Organizing your offensive practice plan Breaking the offense into manageable chunks Putting together an installation plan Practice –Eliminating time wasting –Getting reps The Offensive Repetition Checklist (ORC)

6 Syllabus Practice Overviews –Weeks one and two Offensive installation and review –Weeks three and four Review and focusing

7 Assumptions Youth teams, preseason –Generally practice three to five times per week –Generally cannot practice more than two hours per session –Generally play on Saturdays or Sundays –Generally have fifteen total practice sessions before a scrimmage event –Generally have five additional practice sessions before the first game

8 Assumptions Youth teams, practice numbers: –Total practices before the first game: – preseason 5 – prescrimmage 5 – pregame

9 Warning! This is a guideline, not a cast-in-steel method! If it doesn’t fit your program, you’re going to have to modify it!

10 Organizing the Staff The Optimal Staff –Reade Philosophy “Whatever the other guy has” –Not really accurate. (SV – 9 man staff, Tom – 6) »10 incompetent coaches »3 competent ones –Reed Philosophy “Army of One” –Dumb slogan –Inefficient use of practice time

11 Organizing the Staff, continued Things to think about: –EVERY player needs to be coached by the head man! –EVERY coach needs to be developed –EVERY part of the team is important

12 Organizing the Staff, continued Optimal size for youth staff –3 Assistants –1 Director (Head coach, coordinator, etc.) Breakdown –Offensive Linemen –Offensive Backfield –Receivers –Head coach rotates every day (crop rotation)

13 Organizing the Staff, continued Benefits: –Every kid gets face time with the main man –Every coach gets immediate feedback on his coaching –Nothing gets left behind as long as the person most responsible is involved!

14 Organizing the Staff, Alternatives For the smaller staff: –3 coaches Offensive line Backfield Tight Ends alternate with line and backs –Follow the head coach (Can be a benefit) –2 coaches Offensive line Backs and receivers –Swap every day

15 Organizing the Staff, Alternatives Ideas for the larger staff: –Most inexperienced coach with the most experienced –Most eyes on the most important –Rookies always with the head coach

16 Organizing the Staff, Numero Uno! Never let an inexperienced coach work alone! –Puts kids at risk “Forbidden” drills –Puts the program at risk Incorrect teaching of fundamentals “Professionalism” mistakes –Comments –Anger/frustration –Disciplinary problems

17 Organizing the Practice Football has three halves! –Offense –Defense –Special teams The one you don’t perfect will beat you!

18 Organizing the Practice, Planning Three critical points to every practice: –Must warm up in some fashion –Must practice fundamentals of play (stance, start, blocking, tackling) –Must condition players

19 Organizing the Practice, Planning Think through program: –Offense Less reacting, more acting Requires more honing Must practice fundamentals of stance and blocking! –Defense Requires more walk-through/live action Must practice fundamentals of tackling! –Special Teams Almost entirely walk through/live action Few drills Fundamentals can be practiced with offense and defense Each rep takes longer Fewer plays

20 Organizing the Practice, Overview Unadjusted practice timeline: –Two hour practice: 30 minutes warm up and fundamentals period (speed building, flexibility, tackling, blocking) 30 minutes offense –At least one third must be team 30 minutes defense –At least one third must be team 30 minutes special teams –Almost entirely team

21 Organizing the Practice, Timing We can rob some time from Special Teams for Offense (install weeks only): –30 minutes warm up and fundamentals period –45 minutes offense –30 minutes defense –15 minutes special teams

22 Organizing the Practice, Timing We can rob some time from Defense for Offense (install weeks only): –30 minutes warm up and fundamentals period –55 minutes offense –20 minutes defense –15 minutes special teams

23 Organizing the Practice, Finding time Stealing back practice time: –No water breaks! Players carry water bottles. –No bottle, no practice During standing time, players drink water in sips. –Cuts down on chatter – “Billy, why aren’t you drinking water?” –More efficient for the body to process

24 Organizing the Practice, Finding time –No conditioning! Condition within the practice –Always high speed (no walking, no waiting) –Sprint whenever you move about the field »Quick exercises »Check stances –If you have a sled, USE IT! »Cadence »Level »Hit (three yards on initial pop) » Drive (sustain for seven yards)

25 Organizing the Practice, Finding time Hitting the Sled:

26 Organizing the Practice, Finding time –Few drills! Drill only if it cuts DOWN the time needed –“Hammer drill” for linebackers: 52 reps in three minutes –“West Point”: Three reps in twenty minutes Do not change the timeline just to add a drill!

27 Organizing the Practice, Daily planning Practice everything, every day! –“Trickle in” teaching –Deals with absenteeism –Coaches don’t have to wait two days to fix a problem

28 Organizing the Offense First division: Series –How important is this series to my offense? –How often will I call the plays from this series? –Why will I call the plays from this series? –How crucial is the success of this series?

29 Organizing the Offense, continued The Wade Double Wing: –Three series Toss –12 plays »8 core, 4 sideboarded Wedge –3 1/2 plays Jet Sweep –8 plays

30 Organizing the Offense, continued Second division: Play –How often will I call this play? –Why will I call this play? –How crucial is the success of this play?

31 Organizing the Offense, continued Play types: –Core Primary focus of series Represents the series 60% of the time Forces defense to adjust, opens up rest of the series 24 Toss (Tight Rip 88 Super Power) –Counter Primary misdirection off core Takes advantage of defensive adjustments to core 45 X-Toss (Tight Rip 47-C)

32 Organizing the Offense, continued Play types: –Pass Deep threat, stretches field vertically Quick strike threat Forces defense to move out of the “box” Attacks weaker defenders downfield –MPPs at corner/safety 24 Toss Pass (Red Red) –Big play Not “trick play” –Tricks: 1-3 times per game, Big Plays: 5-9 Huge chunks of yards in a hurry 30 Draw

33 Organizing the Offense, continued Play types: –Sideboard Plays you’d like, but don’t need Plays designed for certain players Keep players from getting bored Will be added later in the season –Weeks 4-6 –Playoffs 30 Trap (3 Trap at 2)

34 Organizing the Offense, continued The Wade Double Wing Plays: –Toss Series: Core – 24/45 Toss Counter – 24X/45X Toss Pass – 24/45 Toss pass, 24 Toss Pass Deep Big Play – 30 Draw Sideboard – 30 Trap, 24 Screen L, Church Pass, 45 X Toss pass

35 Organizing the Offense, continued The Wade Double Wing Plays: –Wedge Series: Core – 30 Wedge Counter – 18 Wedge Keep Pass – 18 Wedge Keep Pass Big Play – 49 Wedge Counter Sideboard - None

36 Organizing the Offense, continued The Wade Double Wing Plays: –Jet Sweep Series: Core – 28/49 Jet Sweep Counter – 34/35 Quick Trap Pass – 18/19 Waggle Pass Big Play – 28/49 Reverse Sideboard - None

37 Organizing the Offense, continued Final addition: Formation –Must be able to run 80% or more of offense –Must give us “something new” to justify practice time

38 Organizing the Offense, continued Formation: Spread

39 Organizing the Offense, continued Formation: Spread –Softens the interior for the wedge

40 Organizing the Offense, continued Formation: Spread –Places ends in prime position for crack blocks on jet sweep

41 Organizing the Offense, continued Formation: Spread –Can isolate a good receiver on the perimeter

42 Organizing the Offense, continued Formation: Spread –Mentally forces the defense to prepare for pass

43 Organizing the Offense, continued Formations –7 Base Formations Week one: –Double Wing –Unbalanced-I Green, Unbalanced-I Black Week two: –Green, Black (Wings on)

44 Organizing the Offense, continued Formations –7 Base Formations Week three: –Spread –King R, King Left (Bunch trips) Week five: –Jester R, Jester L (Twins) Week six: –I-Right, I-Left (Wing-I)

45 Organizing the Offense, continued The ORC: Offensive Repetition Checklist

46 Organizing the Offense, continued The ORC: Offensive Repetition Checklist –Keep track of correct repetitions

47 Organizing the Offense, continued The ORC: Offensive Repetition Checklist –Keep track of correct repetitions –Allows you to stagger your reps

48 Taking it to Practice Days 1-2: Evaluations –Index card for each player Name Drill times General notes –30 Minute warm up/fundamentals –Agility Game (Deer Hunter, Dodgeball, etc) –Gregory speed/strength evaluations

49 Taking it to Practice, continued Days 1-2: Evaluations –Two-hand touch 5 on 5: 3 games = 30 players Evaluate skills, make notes –Punting/Kicking contest –Snapping contest

50 Taking it to Practice, continued Days 1-2: Evaluations, Basic instruction –Basic Instruction for all players: Stances Form running/speed building Receiving handoffs Carrying the ball Catching “Scoop and score” Fumble recovery –End of day two: All players understand down/distance rules All players understand sportsmanship and team rules Temporary depth charts for each position Walk through first play as a team (24/45 Toss)

51 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 3: First install day –55 minutes offense 30 minutes (6 segments) individual install –Linemen/tight ends - cones –Backs - timing drill 25 minutes (5 segments) team –15 minutes (3 segments) cones –10 minutes (2 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Install 24/45 Toss Install 49 Jet Sweep Install 30 Wedge At least ten perfect repetitions of each play

52 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 4: Install/review day –55 minutes offense 5 Minutes (1 segment) fundamental drills by position 30 minutes (6 segments) individual time –15 minutes (3 segments) review –15 minutes (3 segments) install of new plays 20 minutes (4 segments) team –10 minutes (2 segments) cones –10 minutes (2 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Install 24X/45X Toss, 18 Wedge Keep Pass, 34 Quick Trap Review previous day’s plays Perfect backfield timing of wedge/sweep action –Practice without footballs At least ten perfect repetitions of each installed play

53 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 5: Install/review day –55 minutes offense 5 Minutes (1 segment) fundamental drills by position 30 minutes (6 segments) individual time –20 minutes (4 segments) review –10 minutes (2 segments) install of new plays 20 minutes (4 segments) team –10 minutes (2 segments) cones –10 minutes (2 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Install 24 Toss Pass, 24 Toss Pass Deep, 28 Reverse Review previous plays At least ten perfect repetitions of each play

54 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 6: Review/install day –55 minutes offense 5 Minutes (1 segment) fundamental drills by position 30 minutes (6 segments) individual time –25 minutes (5 segments) review –5 minutes (1 segment) install of new plays 20 minutes (4 segments) team –5 minutes (1 segment) cones –15 minutes (3 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Install 18 Waggle Pass Review all plays from previous week Practice with two footballs to perfect timing on sweep series At least ten perfect repetitions of each play

55 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 7: Install/review day –55 minutes offense 5 Minutes (1 segment) fundamental drills by position 30 minutes (6 segments) individual time –15 minutes (3 segments) review –15 minutes (3 segments) install of new plays 20 minutes (4 segments) team –5 minutes (1 segment) cones –15 minutes (3 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Install 45 Toss Pass, 30 Draw, 28 Jet Sweep, 35 Quick Trap Review all plays from previous week At least ten perfect repetitions of each play

56 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 8: Install/review day –55 minutes offense 5 Minutes (1 segment) fundamental drills by position 30 minutes (6 segments) individual time –25 minutes (5 segments) review –5 minutes (1 segment) install of new plays 20 minutes (4 segments) team –5 minutes (1 segment) cones –15 minutes (3 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Install 19 Waggle, 28 Reverse Review all plays from previous week At least ten perfect repetitions of each play

57 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 9: Review/final install day –55 minutes offense 5 Minutes (1 segment) fundamental drills by position 30 minutes (6 segments) individual time –25 minutes (5 segments) review –5 minutes (1 segment) install of new plays 20 minutes (4 segments) team –5 minutes (1 segment) cones –15 minutes (3 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Install 49 Wedge Counter Review all plays At least ten perfect repetitions of each play Begin focusing on plays that need more work

58 Taking it to Practice, continued Day 10: Review day –55 minutes offense 5 Minutes (1 segment) fundamental drills by position 15 minutes (3 segments) individual time –Review 35 minutes (7 segments) team –10 minutes (2 segments) cones –25 minutes (5 segments) scout defense –Daily goals: Review all plays At least ten perfect repetitions of each play Focus attention on plays that need more work Use ORC to keep track of reps Set aside time as necessary to install any remaining plays

59 Taking it to Practice, continued Week Three (Practices 11-15) –Focus on reps reps minimum “Stagger” reps –10 reps one day allows you to focus on something else –15-20 reps on following day –Practice game situations: Goal line offense Panic offense Two minute drill Four minute drill

60 Taking it to Practice, continued Week Four (Practices 16-20) –Add time back to defense and special teams Aim for: –35-40 minutes offense –25-30 minutes defense –20-25 minutes special teams Never less than 20 minutes for any aspect!

61 Impact! Coaching Successful Youth Football: Volume One: The Program Ordering Information: BookStore/ItemDetail ~bookid~34954.aspx $28.00 On sale February 26, 2006!

62 2005 Tomales Braves Junior Varsity N.C.L. II Class “B” League Champions

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64 Thank you! Derek Wade Tomales High School Junior Varsity Football “Land of the free and the home of the BRAVES!” forums.delphiforums.com/dwingers


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