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.
As Mark Richt takes over the once proud Hurricanes and puts his imprint on Miami, IMFB will take a look at his offensive scheme. Coach Richt comes back to Coral Gables with an offensive pedigree in coaching that includes Heisman Trophy winners, a national title, and numerous all-conference players, all-americans, and NFL draft picks. Today we’re going to take a look at the power play from 1 and 2 back sets.
As an Offensive Coordinator I loved finding a weak-link on the defense and exploiting him. Whether it was a small corner against my receivers with swingman type frames, or an undersized linebacker we could iso at, etc etc- I loved the match-up chess game.