Media: Pistol Wing-T Belly RPO for Chris Brooks

 

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:

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Mid-season Adjustments

I asked some fellow coaches and college players about their mid-season adjustments. I was looking for anything from practice plans, to schemes, to staff changes, maybe a new play or a new coverage. Here’s what I got:

We started working on punt every day of practice instead of once a week when we had punts taken back on us two weeks in a row. We changed alignment and aiming point on punt.

-Marcus Moeller (@MarcusSabroe) Malone University, PK/Punter

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“It’s a Trap” – Preview of install 6

Next week IMFB will come out with our “It’s a Trap!” install #6 focusing on the trap play, how to coach it, different schemes to run it from, and how to defend it. For a sample, look no further than OSU’s dominant win over Oregon in the title game.

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We will cover trap from the Wing-T, I, Shotgun, Pistol, using jet motion, and talk influence, wham and more! 

Pistol Wing-T: Tech formation, motion, and power

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.

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Pistol Wing T: Tiger Formation, Buck Sweep, Trap, and Boot

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).

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