Justin flies solo but takes a 180 this week and breaks down Miami at Virginia from the eyes of a coach. Tidbits are included from the R4 quarterback manuals called “From Helmet to Headset” and “Adapt or Die” by Darin Slack and Dub Maddox. Justin also looks into in-game decision making, the personnel decisions that make Mario Cristobal a winner at Oregon, and games to watch in week 8. This is VERY DIFFERENT for the usual Coachspeak mid-season conversation.
Post about how Miami and Coach Mark Richt can use the Swing Counter-Trey Pass-Run Option to change up their current swing-draw PRO. CLICK HERE or image below for access.
“Meaningful-Specific versus Wandering-Generalities”
I heard Bruce Prichard use this phrase on his podcast “Something to Wrestle” and it hit home. This is what your offense (and for that matter, every aspect of your football program) should debate. You always want your program to be meaningful and specific versus wandering and in generalities.
The Ironman Football Blog Offense 2018 is meaningful and specific. It will guide you to the right place, and tell you why you’re going there. It includes a 24 play cut-up with a script (PDF format) and the playbook itself (PDF format) which includes: install, formations, motions/shifts, RPO’s, quick game, running game, 5-step drops, sprint outs, pass protections and play-actions.
Please click on the video or the link below to access on Patreon
I’m assuming just about anyone reading IMFB knows who Chris Brooks is, if not, he’s a Wing-T football coach out in Sherwood, OR. Chris has studied the wing-t and it’s cousins (Singlewing, etc) for years and I did a Skype-session with him right before moving from Oregon to North Carolina. You can check out our discussion on the Pistol Wing-T Belly RPO BY CLICKING HERE or by clicking the image below: