by Chris Fisher, OL Coach Ridge Point HS and Founder of #TXHSFBCHAT Coaching the offensive line is special. It is a special unit within a team that the rest of the offense relies on in order to do their job. The offensive line must work together and trust each other to do their job on…
Same Side Option Mike DiMatteo – RB Coach, Aurora University Same side option football is a rather simple concept to implement in any option offense, and one that will give diversity to your option attack while making a defensive coordinator’s job more difficult by throwing off tendencies by formation. It also frees your quarterback to…
Q1: Which man beaters work best in the RPO game? Off which formations?
Q2: How do you design your man beaters in your game plan each week to take advantage of mismatches?
Q3: Which coverages work best in defending RPO’s?
Q4: How do you train the post-snap eyes/reactions of potential manipulation defenders vs. RPO’s?
Q5: What are some of the most important situational periods you implement during game week on offense, defense and special teams?
Q6: How are you making practice less taxing on players to keep them fresh for game day?
Formation(s): Stack & Bunch Written by: Coach Kristian Johnson Tyler Junior College Twitter: fb_coachjohnson Coaches, The objective of the spread offense is in it’s name, Spread the defense out wide and attack the space created. Two particular formation(s) that gives an offense that advantage are the “Double Stack” and the Bunch formation. The two formation(s)…
PLANNING YOUR RUN GAME Our observations from the Chat that we detail on this podcast: The 5 pillars of consideration when determining your Run Game install (regardless of scheme) What will you hang your hat on? Establish a way to consistently execute a trap What will be your attitude play? (ISO, POWER) Find a way…
Up Tempo offense: No Huddle Written by: Coach Kristian Johnson Tyler Junior College Twitter: fb_coachjohnson Coaches, We’re going to take a break from the three part RPO series, and talk about something that plays a direct part into making the RPO offense as deadly as it is. Today’s topic is the No Huddle offense. We…
Q1: How many run schemes do you carry into each game?
Q2: How does facing an even or odd front impact your run game?
Q3: Do you use your run to set up the pass, or your pass to set up your run?
Q4: If you don’t have a fullback, how do you modify your run scheme?
Q5: What are your base runs that you use in any situation?
Q1: When do you begin making adjustments to your offensive and defensive scheme?
Q2: What have you found to be the most reliable source to find inspiration?
Q3: What are some examples of tweeks you look to make to your systems?
Q4: How do players impact what you do offensively or defensively?
Q5: How do coaches impact what you do offensively or defensively?
Q6: If you don’t change soemthing about your offense or defense, what do you look to change to improve your results?
This article is published here with consent of the author. RPO Offense Coaches, I’d like to introduce myself, I’m Coach Johnson. I’m currently a student assistant at Tyler Junior College located in East Texas in a town called Tyler, Texas. I started out coaching football at age 17 after my senior year of football was…
Q1: What zone scheme do you use (IZ, OZ, MZ, SZ) and how do you install it?
Q2: A)Do your OL all step in the same direction or do you look for double teams? B)What drills do you use?
Q3: A)What do you teach your RB to read? B)What drills do you use?
Q4: How do you work your QB reads for give, keep, or RPO?
Q5: How do your personnel packages impact what you do with your zone scheme?