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F O O T B A L L. 2000 Offense: General Information. T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s. Trinity H.S. Offensive Philosophy. “The Unconquerable Soul”. Huddle. Huddle Tempos. “6 Second Rule”. Emergency Calls. Basic alignments. Cadence. At the Line of Scrimmage.

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F o o t b a l l

F O O T B A L L

2000 Offense:

General Information


T a b l e o f c o n t e n t s

T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s

  • Trinity H.S. Offensive Philosophy

  • “The Unconquerable Soul”

  • Huddle

  • Huddle Tempos

  • “6 Second Rule”

  • Emergency Calls

  • Basic alignments

  • Cadence

  • At the Line of Scrimmage

  • Identifying defenses:

  • Fronts

Coverages

  • Motion & Shifts

  • Formations

11 Group

23 Group

4 Wide

Term Summary

Other Groups/Calls


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MOVING THE CHAINS

MULTIPLICITY

RELENTLESS ATTACK!

THE TRINITY OFFENSE

  • The THS Offense is built on three basic principles:

  • Attack with multiple personnel groups, formations, and movement.

  • Gain leverage, create good matchups and blocking angles.

  • Make full use of all skilled players, showcase what they do best!

  • Control and dictate game tempo by sustaining first down after first down with consistent, relentless play.

  • Use a complete “toolbox” that allows us to capitalize on any defensive weakness and play “downhill” with high-percentage plays

  • Understand each situation and play smarter than our opponent.

  • Expect to score each time we take possession of the ball!

  • Dictate to the defense, make them uncomfortable!

  • Use all parts of the field, sideline to sideline, short and deep. Make use of a complete arsenal that includes Power, Misdirection, Perimeter runs, Screens, Play Action, and Tricks.

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The unconquerable soul

THEUNCONQUERABLE SOUL

- a poem about mental toughness & trinity football-

Out of the night that covers me,

Black as the Pit from Pole to Pole,

I thank My God for the Strength in me,

For my Unconquerable Soul.

In the fell clutch of Circumstance,

I have not winced nor cried aloud.

Under the Bludgeonings of Chance,

My head is bloody, but unbowed.

Beyond this place of wrath and tears

Looms but the Horror of the shade,

And yet the menace of the years

Finds, and shall find, me, unafraid.

It matters not how strait the gate,

How charged with punishments the scroll,

I am the master of my fate:

I am the Captain of my Soul.

INVICTUS

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The Huddle:

“A brief, efficient business meeting”

  • How we conduct and break the huddle sets the tone for how we will play once the ball is snapped…it must be disciplined, focused, and unified!

  • The Center sets the location of the huddle, then calls the business meeting to order by giving the down and distance situation.

  • Sprint to it and out of it! Create TEMPO!

  • Once the quarterback enters the huddle, he assumes COMPLETE control of the business meeting. NO ONE else talks!

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Standing, shoulder to shoulder, hands behind back.

Hands on thigh pads.

Q

“First

and 10”

  • 8 yards

The Huddle:

“A brief, efficient business meeting”

1. Center sets the huddle, calls down and distance .

2. Substitutions sent from sideline, incoming subs call out personnel group or name of person being

subbed for. Replaced player exits ONLY when he sees his replacement approach the huddle!

3. Quarterback enters and takes control of the huddle, saying “eyes up.”

All ten men make eye contact with the Quarterback!

11! 11!

4. Quarterback calls formation, motion, and play .

5. QB does NOT give a cadence; it is understood to be on “SET HIT” unless he calls “False.”

Z

Y

F

H

X

R

T

R

G

C

L

G

L

T

6. If anyone is unclear on the play at all, they ask the QB to repeat himself by saying “Check “.

“Eyes up.”

7. QB prepares to break the huddle .

“Right Out, Z5, 16 Counter Trey ”

8. All eleven players break the huddle

on “ROCKS!” and sprint to the

line of scrimmage .

“Ready...”

Ball

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Huddle Tempo

  • We have two types of huddletempo, and also two kinds of no-huddletempo! Each do a particular job in certain situations in a game!

  • OurHUDDLEtempos are“Normal Huddle,” and“Four Minute Huddle”

    • Normal Huddle:Designed to keep us in normal game rhythm. We generally should be out of the huddle by :15 on the play clock. Brisk, business-like pace.

    • Four Minute Huddle: Designed to protect a lead and run clock. Emphasis on staying in bounds, protecting the ball, making first downs, no penalties! We will be out of the huddle on normal time, but the QB will slow the pace of getting set, starting the cadence with approximately :07 on the play clock!

  • OurNO HUDDLEtempos are “On the Line” and “Speed.”

    • On the Line:All calls are made on the L.O.S., but we’re not in a hurry. We can take our time and manipulate defenses with the threat of running a play at any time. Receivers move in to hear the play, then move out to their positions.

    • Speed: Used to speed up the game and conserve time. All calls at the L.O.S., NO dummy calls, NO motion! We can huddle if the clock is stopped ifwe choose.

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From the Huddle to the Line:

“The Six Second Rule”

  • The most important six seconds of a football play happen BETWEEN the huddle and the line of scrimmage…how you prepare yourself during this time will determine the success of the play!

  • “The Six Second Rule” is a simple mental routine that each position has that allows them to do their thinking before the play so that they can be prepared, confident, and aggressive once the play begins, and be ready for anything that might happen!

  • The actual routine varies by position, but its basic elements are:

    • WHAT IS MY JOB (or basic assignment) on this play?

    • What, if anything, should I do with my ALIGNMENT to help me do this job?

    • What is the DEFENSE’s basic alignment?

    • Based on the defense I see, what will my FIRST 2-3 STEPS off the ball be?

    • What ADJUSTMENTS might I have to make, based on the defense, to get my job done?

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X

Z

4

4

6

Basic Alignments

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##

2’

2’

2’

2’

Y

H

F

  • “BASE” ALIGNMENTS & SPLITS

  • Offensive Line: 2 foot splits!

  • X: “Wide Receiver” position on the left, ON the ball, on the numbers

  • Z: “Wide Receiver” position on the right, ON the ball, on the numbers

  • H: Inside “Receiver” position on left, 4 yards outside T, OFF the ball

  • Y: Inside “Receiver” position on right, 4 yards outside T, OFF the ball

  • F: “Fullback” position, straight behind QB, 6 yards deep

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The Cadence: Basic Information

  • The cadence is a critical way for us to gain an edge! The team that gets off the ball usually wins each play!

  • Basic formula: Number/Number, Number/Number, “Set,” “Hit!”

    • Example: “1-22, 4-66…1-22, 4-66…Set, HIT!”

    • QB must call each set of numbers clearly to both sides!

    • There will be a slight pause between ‘Set’ and ‘Hit’…offensive linemen and backs must anticipate “HIT” right after set, and get off the ball on the H sound in “Hit!”

    • Receivers always move only when they see the ball move!

  • We can change or check to plays using a livenumber in the first digit

    • In the above example (“1-22, 4-66”), if “1” were our live digit that week, the play would be changed to “22”…if “4” were our live digit, the play would be changed to “66.” If neither were live, then we have made a “dummy” call and the play is unchanged.

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The Cadence: Types

  • Basic cadence:

  • *Unless we use a “False” cadence (see below), our plays will always be run on “Set Hit!” The quarterback may use the number call prior to the “Set Hit” either as a dummy call or to change the play, or he may go without the numbers and simply go on “Set Hit.” These two possibilities would sound like this:

    • Without number calls:“Set, Hit”

    • With number calls (live or “dummy”)“2-17, 4-64 - 2-17, 4-64 - Set, Hit”

  • “False” cadence:

    • No play called in the huddle - just the formation and “False”

    • We DO intend to run a play, but only after trying to draw the defense offside first!

    • QB goes through normal cadence sequence with two “Hit” calls, then starts the cadence over

    • QB will then go through a normal cadence sequence, using a live number to call the play.

    • Ball is snapped on the first “HIT” of the second cadence!

    • Example (Assume “3” is the live number of the week)

      • “1-65, 4-40 - 1-65, 4-40, Set HIT! HIT!…

      • “6-21, 3-74 - 6-21, 3-74, Set HIT!”

      • **Ball is snapped, “74” is run!

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X

Z

W

R

S

SS

E

T

T

E

At the Line of Scrimmage

J

C

C

“Uncovered”

“Split”

“3”

“Solo”

“3”

H

Y

“1”

“3”

F

1a. Offensive Linemen get in their stance and ready to get off the ball immediately!

1b. Quarterback gets to the line quickly, gets hands under center to force the defense to lock into final position

2a. Center calls basic front structure (Even, Odd, Split, Bear); Guards call techniques over them

2b. Receivers make coverage calls

3. Linemen make calls specific to the play being run

4. Quarterback begins cadence

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E

E

D

D

C

B

A

A

B

C

Gap Identification

Most all defenses base their schemes around the idea that they will defend “gaps,” or potential holes between offensive linemen. Those “gaps” are labeled using letters, beginning with “A” and working out in the following fashion:

“A” GAP -Between Center and Guard

“B” GAP -Between Guard and Tackle

“C” GAP -Between Tackle and Tight End

“D” GAP -Between Tight End and Wing

“E” GAP -Outside the Wing

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“8”

“8”

“7”

“4i”

“1”

“1”

“4i”

“7”

“2”

“0”

“2”

“Shade”

“6”

“4”

“4”

“6”

“9”

“5”

“3”

“3”

“5”

“9”

Defensive Front “Techniques”

When identifying the location of players in the defensive front, we describe them in terms of the “technique” they’re playing. Understanding these different locations, or “techniques” is critical to us for a number of reasons:

*It provides a very strong clue as to what gap a man is responsible for, as well as the defenders around him

*It determines for linemen, in many cases, what their first two steps will be and how they’ll go about doing their job

*Often, it determines which way we’ll “check” a play to insure the best chances of success!

*Special note: Defenders aligned in a linebacker position have a “0” added as a second digit to their technique. For example, a linebacker aligned 4-5 yds deep over a guard would be called a “20” technique, or a “Deep 2”

“0” Technique -Head up on the Center

“4” Technique -Head up on a Tackle

“0 Cheat” or “Shade” -Aligned on one of C’s shoulders

“5” Technique -Outside shoulder of tackle

“1” Technique -Inside shoulder of Guard

“7” Technique -Inside shoulder of Tight End

“2” Technique -Head up on a Guard

“6” Technique -Head up on a Tight End

“3” Technique -Outside shoulder of a Guard

“9” Technique -Outside shoulder of a Tight End

“4i” Technique -Inside shoulder of Tackle

“8” Technique -Head up on a Wing player

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Defensive “Cores”

The next step in identifying defenses is to classify the front structure in terms of its “core.” The “core” refers to the how defenders are aligned within the “A” and “B” gaps. There are only four basic cores, as identified by the Center at the line of scrimmage, and they provide a great deal of information as to how the rest of the defense is being played around it and how we want to block! The cores are named and identified as follows:

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

-Center has a down lineman on him (0 or Shade)

-Either one or both of the guards does NOT have a down lineman on him.

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Core is “Odd”

-Center has a down lineman on him (0 or Shade)

-Both Guards also have a down lineman over them (usually 2 or 3 tech).

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Core is “Bear”

-Center has no down lineman on him, but both guards do*.

-There is only ONE player aligned at LB depth from B gap to B gap.

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Core is “Even”

-Center has no down lineman on him, but both guards do*.

-There are TWO players aligned at LB depth from B gap to B gap.

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Core is “Split”

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X

Z

H

Y

F

  • X: “Wide Receiver” position on the left, ON the ball

  • Z: “Wide Receiver” position on the right, ON the ball

  • H: Inside “Receiver” position on left, OFF the ball

  • Y: Inside “Receiver” position on right, OFF the ball

  • F: “Fullback” position

“Default” or “Base” Formation

and Personnel Group

  • Our basic personnel grouping is “4”, meaning 4 wide receivers.

  • They line up as follows unless a word tells one of them otherwise!

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X

Z

“TRIPS” Call

H

Y

H

F

  • Moves H or Y—whichever is away from the call—over to the middle position on the side opposite their normal alignment

  • Example 1: “TRIPS RIGHT” moves H to the middle position on the right

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X

Z

“TRIPS” Call

Y

H

Y

F

  • Moves H or Y—whichever is away from the call—over to the middle position on the side opposite their normal alignment

  • Example 1: “TRIPS RIGHT” moves H to the middle position on the right

  • Example 2: “TRIPS LEFT” moves Y to middle position on left

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“BUNCH” Call

X

H

Y

Z

F

  • Same as Trips, except the man coming over (H or Y) is ON the ball, and the outside receiver steps OFF…all three receivers “Bunch” within 1-2 yards of each other, with the widest man being 4-5 yards outside the tackle.

  • Example 1: “BUNCH RIGHT” H on the ball in the middle on the right, Z off, all receivers “bunch.”

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“BUNCH” Call

Y

Z

X

H

F

  • Same as Trips, except the man coming over (H or Y) is ON the ball, and the outside receiver steps OFF…all three receivers “Bunch” within 1-2 yards of each other, with the widest man being 4-5 yards outside the tackle.

  • Example 1: “BUNCH RIGHT” H on the ball in the middle on the right, Z off, all receivers “bunch.”

  • Example 2: “BUNCH LEFT” Y on the ball in the middle on the left, X off, all receivers “bunch.”

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X

Z

H

Y

F

“Default” or “Base” Formation

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“RON” and “LOU” Calls

X

Y

Z

H

Y

Z

F

  • Moves H or Y—whichever is to from the call—to a position on the ball, and their partner to the outside (X or Z) off the ball

  • Example 1: “RON”--Y aligns ON the ball, Z aligns OFF.

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“RON” and “LOU” Calls

X

H

Z

X

H

Y

F

Moves H or Y—whichever is to from the call—to a position on the ball, and their partner to the outside (X or Z) off the ball

  • Example 1: “RON”--Y aligns ON the ball, Z aligns OFF.

  • Example 2: “LOU”--H aligns ON the ball, X aligns OFF.

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3

3

“NEAR” Call

X

X

Y

Z

H

H

Y

Z

F

Moves X the inside receiver position, 3 yards off the tackle but still on the ball, and H to the outside position, split to the numbers, off the ball!

Moves Y up on the ball, and Z off, while staying in the same relative positions.

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Moving the Fullback

X

Z

Y

SCAT

SLOT

SLIP

STUD

SOFT

STRONG

F

F

  • We can also add words that move “F” from his base position

  • To move him to an inside WR spot on the right, we say “SCAT”

  • To move him down to a wing, 1 yard by 1 yard off the Right Tackle, we say “STUD”

  • To move him over to a wing, 1 yard by 1 yard off the Left Tackle, we say “SLOT”

  • To move him to an inside WR spot on the left, we say “SLIP”

  • To offset him behind the tackle on the left, we say “SOFT.”

  • To offset him behind the tackle on the right, we say “STRONG.”

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Tight End Groups / Sets / Calls

X

Y

Z

F

  • To substitute a TIGHT END in at the “Y” position, we will call for“11” personnel group (1TE,1back) prior to the play being signaled

  • As a basic rule, this substituted Y will align as a Tight End, ON the ball, on the RIGHT side

  • Z aligns in his normal spot, except off the ball

  • F & X are unaffected, unless another word is added to move them

  • We call this basic alignment “RIGHT”

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Tight End Groups / Sets / Calls

X

Y

Y

Z

F

  • To keep everyone in the same place as “RIGHT,” but flex the Y out into a “Nasty” split position of 8 to 9 feet, we call “ROCK” instead of “RIGHT.”

  • “ROCK” alignment shown…

  • Exact same as “Right” for everyone except Y!

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Tight End Groups / Sets / Calls

X

Y

Z

SLOT

OUTSIDE

OUT

WING

WIDE

WIDER

UNDER

OVER

F

  • We then add a word to tell H where to align:

H

  • If we don’t say anything after “RIGHT,” he lines up right behind the QB, 4 ½ yards deep

  • To set him 1 yard by 1 yard off the Left Tackle, we say “SLOT”

  • To set him halfway between the left tackle & X, we say “OUT”

  • To set him outside of X, we say “OUTSIDE”

  • To set him 1 yard by 1 yard off Y, we say “WING”

  • To set him halfway between Y and Z, we say “WIDE”

  • To set him outside Z, we say “WIDER”

  • To put him in the backfield, offset left, 4 ½ yards deep, we call “UNDER”

  • To put him in the backfield, offset right, 4 ½ yards deep, we call “OVER”

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Tight End Groups / Sets / Calls

X

Y

Z

ZIP

FLOP

FLIP

CLOSE

F

  • We can also add words to move Z...

Z

  • To move him down to a spot 1 yard by 1 yard off Y, we say “CLOSE”

  • To move him over to a spot 1 yard by 1 yard off the Left Tackle, we say “ZIP”

  • To move him over to a spot halfway between the left tackle & X, we say “FLIP”

  • To move him all the way over to a spot outside of X, we say “FLOP”

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Tight End Groups / Sets / Calls

X

Y

TIGHT

BIG

F

  • …or X

X

  • To put him in a tight end position on the left, in a three-point stance, we say “TIGHT”

  • To move him over to the right, ON the line as a Split End “BIG”

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2 Back - 3 Wide Group / Sets / Calls

X

Z

H

Y

  • To substitute a RUNNING BACK in at the “H” position, while leaving a RECEIVER at the “Y” position, we will call for“23” personnel group (2back,3WR) prior to the play being signaled

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2 Back - 3 Wide Group / Sets / Calls

LEX

REX

X

Y

Y

Z

Y

Y

X

Z

X is off the ball

in “Lex”

LARRY

RAY

Z is off the ball

in “Rex”

  • In this grouping, Y is moved with a series of “R” and “L” words:

  • To set him in the inside position on the Right, off the ball, we call “RAY”

  • To set him in the inside position on the Left, off the ball, we call “LARRY”

  • To set him in the inside position on the Right, on the ball, with Zoff, we call “REX”

  • To set him in the inside position on the Left, on the ball, with Xoff, we call “LEX”

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2 Back - 3 Wide Group / Sets / Calls

X

Z

Y

“Split:” F on Y’s side, H away

“Weak:” H on Y’s side, F away

H

F

F

F

H

  • The two backs (H & F) are then arranged as follows:

  • By default (if we don’t give them a word), they align in a “SPLIT” set, with

  • F in a “halfback” position to the call (same side as Y) and

  • H in a “halfback” position away from the call (opposite Y)

  • *Halfback position means 4 1/2 to 5 yards deep over the tackle’s inside leg!

  • To exchange them and put H on Y’s side with F away, we call “WEAK”

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2 Back - 3 Wide Group / Sets / Calls

Additional calls can move H and F as follows:

*Note: Unlike “Split” & “Weak”, these calls are not relative to Y. They are the same regardless of where Y aligns!

“BLUE” call

“BROWN” call

“UNDER” call

“OVER” call

H

F

F

H

H

H

F

F

  • H lines up in Right halfback position, 4 1/2 yards deep over the inside leg of the T.

  • F lines up directly behind Center, 4 1/2 yards deep

  • Both backs: 2 pt stances!

  • H lines up in Left halfback position, 4 1/2 yards deep over the inside leg of the T.

  • F lines up directly behind Center, 4 1/2 yards deep

  • Both backs: 2 pt stances!

  • H lines up in left halfback position, 4 1/2 yards deep over the inside leg of the T, uses a 3 pointstance.

  • F lines up in his norml spot, 6 to 6 1/2 yards deep

  • H lines up in right halfback position, 4 1/2 yards deep over the inside leg of the T, uses a 3 pointstance.

  • F lines up in his norml spot, 6 to 6 1/2 yards deep

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X

Z

H

Y

OTHER CALLS

Example 1: Basic formation with “SQUEEZE” call

  • X & H, Y & Z “Squeeze” together. Inside most receivers (H & Y in this case) align at 3-5 yards off the tackle/TE, and X & Z align one yard outside of them.

  • “SQUEEZE” CALL

  • Tells anyone in a Wide Receiver position to reduce their split to within 1 yard of each other starting at 3-5 yards outside the tackle.


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X

Y

Y

H

OTHER CALLS

Example 2: Trips Left “SQUEEZE”

  • H & Z are the inside most receivers on their side, and align 3-5 yards off the T/TE. X & Y squeeze their alignment down to within 1 yard of the next guy inside them.

  • “SQUEEZE” CALL

  • Tells anyone in a Wide Receiver position to reduce their split to within 1 yard of each other starting at 3-5 yards outside the tackle.


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OTHER CALLS

Example 3: Right Wing Soft Flop “SQUEEZE”

  • X is the inside most receiver, sets 3 yds off tackle. Z squeezes down 1 yard off him.

X

Y

Z

H

  • “SQUEEZE” CALL

  • Tells anyone in a Wide Receiver position to reduce their split to within 1 yard of each other starting at 3-5 yards outside the tackle.


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OTHER CALLS

Example 4: Right Wider “SQUEEZE”

  • Z is the inside most SPLIT receiver, sets 3-5 yards off tackle. H squeezes down a yard outside him.

X

Y

Z

H

  • “SQUEEZE” CALL

  • Tells anyone in a Wide Receiver position to reduce their split to within 1 yard of each other starting at 3-5 yards outside the tackle.


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9

7

5

4

6

8

MOTION:

Moving Players to Spots on the Field

COMMUNICATING MOTION

The way we do this is to simply say WHO we want to go in motion

(H, Y, F, X, or Z)

and WHERE on the field we want him to end up.

The “spots” on the field we can send motion men are numbered IN CONJUNCTION WITH OUR HOLE NUMBERS as follows:

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H

4

MOTION:

Moving Players to Spots on the Field

COMMUNICATING MOTION

For example, if the phrase “H4” is added on to the end of a formation, we are literally saying,

“H, line up as the formation calls, then go in motion to the 4 spot.”

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Y

9

MOTION:

Moving Players to Spots on the Field

COMMUNICATING MOTION

Or, if the phrase “Y9” is added on to the end of a formation, we are literally saying,

“Y, line up as the formation calls, then go in motion to the 9 spot.”

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Y

MOTION:

Moving Players to Spots on the Field

COMMUNICATING MOTION

*Technique note: On most motion, the motion man should use a “shuffle” technique as he completes his course. In other words, as he gets to the final 2-3 steps prior to reaching his “spot,” he squares his shoulders to the line of scrimmage and shuffles, allowing him to attack defenders more effectively and maintain the timing of plays.

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F O O T B A L L

PRIDE.

DISCIPLINE.

ACHIEVEMENT.

LOYALTY.


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