Diamond Pistol Playbook with Run-Pass Options

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Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for visiting IMFB.com. The “Diamond Pistol Playbook with Run-Pass Options” has taken my years to cultivate and mold into what it is today. The materials are all my own, I just copied the intellectual property from the hours of time spent on Coach Huey and Twitter, as well as at the Glazier Clinics, reading AFCA Magazine, and attending the AFCA Convention. I hope that you enjoy the materials presented.

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IMFB Offense 2018 (updated!)

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Hey all. I’ve updated the split zone plays on the IMFB Offense 2018 edition. The script was updated as well (PDF format). Please visit Patreon.com to watch and maybe even learn! 100% FREE but if you like it please donate to the cause.

Retooling Buck Sweep

Prior, we had been running buck sweep the traditional way, down, kick, run inside the kick out. But we’ve increasingly had a harder and harder time finding outside running plays to keep defenses honest. Outside of a pull on inside zone read or a jet sweep (have never had a ton of success with them) I’ve OC’ed an inside run team the past three seasons.

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Pistol Wing T: Tiger Formation, Buck Sweep, Trap, and Boot

As coaches, we know the old adage that trying something again and again and expecting a different result is simply the sign you are insane. So this spring I plan to bring in something other than the shotgun option offense scheme we have been running for two and a half years here. My intention is to mix basic wing-t and double wing principles into my spread offense with a pistol backfield alignment (editors note: precise wording is indirectly thanks to Joe Daniel and his oh-so-specific wording re pistol).

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