Our 3rd install on Patreon will be about our offensive philosophy when we’re at the +5 and going into the end zone and when we’re at the -5 coming out of our end zone. While this article features an offensive play from each coach in the article, there are a total of 5 plays in the Patreon exclusive content. The Patreon content includes a chalk talk with Sean Davidson, Mike Gregory, and Justin explaining their favorite plays at +5 and -5 and is followed up with a chalk war between Mike and Justin.
The purpose of this article is to break down RPO’s and explain why our QB made the read he did using video and screenshots. You can understand more of the why and not just the what!
It’s been a while but here’s another deep cut from the world of the Pistol Wing-T, the Belly play.
From time to time coaches ask my advice (they haven’t google’d my winning percentage) on all things football, but normally something to do with balancing variable x when you have a small roster size. Here are those questions (dun dun!)
Today’s post will introduce another formation for our Pistol Wing T. This formation is called “Tech” because of its similarity to the Georgia Tech Flexbone/Double Wing look. We can run two different motions from this, one that puts the wing into the backfield into the Tiger alignment, and one that puts the wing into orbit motion. We will also take a look at power.
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).