30 games. Four months. 12 minute quarters. Whatever the case may be for your sport… high school sports has become a monster.
As we start a new off-season schedule, we can take a look at the overall system, the core exercises, and the set-up of a small school and how to make the most from your low budget weight room.
The goal of the IMFB Pistol Wing T isn’t to make a perfect replica of the wing-t with just slight variation of the backfield alignment. It’s to mold the wing-t to a pistol alignment and make it work as perfect as an offense can. Here, we’re going to create a ‘new’ formation and a new version of the down series plus the original down play.
It’s the 2015 Rose Bowl. The first semifinal game in Division 1-A Football history. And we’re talking about… the kicking game? The Oregon Ducks put themselves up 8-3 early versus Florida State with an Emory and Henry type formation that FSU just couldn’t handle.
If you’ve been watching the college football bowl season, brought to us almost exclusively by ESPN, you’ve probably heard a few phrases more often than others during the broadcast- and I can guarantee most weren’t accurate. I’m here today to explain those misused phrases and what they really mean for the casual fan or up and coming coach.
We’ve taken a look at the basic option game in the PWT from the Tiger formation. Now we will take a look at how we adjust our rules when we line up in Two.
In this post we will return to the ground game to discuss the pitch play from high motion, counter trey, and criss-cross… a few classic wing-t staples, and a Redskins play from their Super Bowl winning days of Joe Gibbs.
This post includes more Pistol Wing-T (PWT) passing game concepts from 3 and 5 step drops out of Tiger and Two. As you can see below, we’re showing full slide protection for both 3 and 5 step. You can call any protection scheme you want, this is more about the passing concepts than the protection schemes.
So far we’ve discussed the more classic wing-t portions of the PWT offense. In this post, we will dive deeper into the veer aspects of the PWT which makes up our option game.
Moving a long in our Pistol Wing-T (PWT) series, we will now discuss the passing game. You will see some variations between what we run in tiger and tech to what we run when two becomes a factor as well as our basic “spread” 2×2 look.