“Offensive Scheme” is brought to you by Health IQ. Coachspeak, sponsored by Health IQ, brings you episode 29 “Offensive Scheme.” Justin chats himself up about how he built his offensive scheme, and how you can do it too. Justin also talks about his recent interview to become an offensive coordinator and how preparing to teach that like a lesson in the classroom got him ready to sell his offense and his ability to teach it. Healthiq.com/coachspeak
No matter what you call your “spring” practices (summer camp, anyone?) this is a great way to get the most from just a couple of weeks of practice! Follow our practice plans for spring/summer football success. In Oregon we get 8 practices over 10 days after Memorial Day weekend.
It’s beginning to look a lot like… clinic season. Why fly to Nashville or drive to Glazier (I’m obviously joking, this shit isn’t Glazier quality) when you can sit in your undies with a beer on the couch and look at this stuff? Here are some topics focusing on offense from the past year or so on IMFB.
There’s an ongoing misconception about run pass options, or RPO’s for short, that the QB needs to be involved in the running game. This isn’t true. While it certainly helps because we all want the additional threat in our arsenal, myself and many in the NFL and NCAA have ran RPO’s without the QB being a running threat physically or schematically.
In my offense, a common RPO I like to run is Power out of a pistol king open set with an RPO tag. Power for me is a play-side RPO read, and thus I need my 2 WR’s to the play for a good RPO look.
IMFB’s Install 6 is called “It’s a Trap!” because well, we’re breaking down the trap play from multiple formations, personnel groups, and offensive schemes. The Patreon Exclusive Content section has a PDF playbook featuring screenshots and diagrams of many variations of trap. In addition to that, the usual cut-ups and chalk-talk sessions on trap will be available.