@IMFB_Sean likes Power Read in +5 territory
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.
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!
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.
Sample of a workout in the June phase of our off-season program.
We’re a small-school team that doesn’t have a whole lot of time to dedicate to any one aspect of the game. Last season we attempted to run trap and power but hit road blocks every time the front changed or didn’t look right (lots of bastard fronts at the indy level), someone showed blitz, or we had a starter go down.