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U G .O. T . 3 Blocks. U G .O. T . 3 Blocks. C. LE. LT. LG. RG. RT. RE. QB. LH. RH. FB. We are a multiple offense loosely based in the Wing T, and very heavily based in Television. I however am a die hard Markham Believer!!!!!!!!

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U G.O.T. 3 Blocks


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We are a multiple offense loosely based in the Wing T, and very heavily based in Television.

I however am a die hard Markham Believer!!!!!!!!

I began coaching at the youth levels and over the past decade have used Wyatt’s G.O.A. blocking as well as Jerry’s double # 2 concept for the power play. But I found the standard G.O.A. lacking and I found I had more to teach for running other plays using Val’s System.


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Which lead me to experiment with “in the hole” line calls back in 2000. I ran the basic blocking system then as I do now with the older youth players. Following that I moved into High School coaching. And as an O-Line coach I believe that using a combination of “rule blocking” and “in the hole” line calls has allowed our linemen to be relaxed and CONFIDENT regardless of the play called or the backfield action.


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Linemen are numbered, and we run at the tail pad of the called lineman. The called lineman is responsible for alerting his partner ( THE NEXT OFFENSIVE PLAYER TO HIS OUTSIDE) of the blocking technique the two of them will use at the point of attack. The called technique will be one of 3 calls. {X = cross block between the two with outside man going first}, { SPLIT = split up the partnership and default to base blocking}, { COMBO = a half man double team block by the two, with the inside partner looking for any inside blitzing defender.}


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Base Blocking is this; Any play side blocker BETWEEN the called “at” man and the center will use Gap On Track blocking as a rule. And ALL blockers outside the “at” man’s partner will block the first second-level defender to their inside.


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G. O. T. rule blocking is simply explained as a series of checks off’s for the linemen.


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G. O. T. rule blocking is simply explained as a series of checks off’s for the linemen.

Gap = If there is a defender in my INSIDE gap I must block him first and foremost.


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G. O. T. rule blocking is simply explained as a series of checks off’s for the linemen.

On = If there is no defender in my inside gap I then check ON me, “within my shoulder pads, and on the line of scrimmage”, If so then I must block him.


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G. O. T. rule blocking is simply explained as a series of checks off’s for the linemen.

Track = If there is no defender in my gap nor is there a defender on me I must then track at an inside angle toward the second-level of the defense and block the first ugly color I find.


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

We know the right tackle is the “ at ” man and he will be responsible for telling the right end { his partner } what the blocking call is to be.


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

We know the right tackle is the “ at ” man and he will be responsible for telling the right end { his partner } what the blocking call is to be.


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

We also know the right guard will be using base { G. O. T.} blocking progression


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

We also know the right halfback will block the first second-level defender to his inside.


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

Back to the hole now. At the point of attack we understand that the right tackle { the “at’ man } will make a call to the right end to signify how the two of them are to block the point of attack.


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

Perhaps we called a particular play against a 6 man defensive alignment.


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

Perhaps we called a particular play against a 6 man defensive alignment.

This alignment would allow the “at” man to call any of the 3 types of calls and be correct


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

Perhaps we called a particular play against a 6 man defensive alignment.

This alignment would allow the “at” man to call any of the 3 types of calls and be correct.

X = call


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

Perhaps we called a particular play against a 6 man defensive alignment.

This alignment would allow the “at” man to call any of the 3 types of calls and be correct.

Split = call


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A 4 HOLE PLAY HAS BEEN CALLED

Perhaps we called a particular play against a 6 man defensive alignment.

This alignment would allow the “at” man to call any of the 3 types of calls and be correct.

Combo = call


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