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The “I” Back Offense. www.jerrycampbellfootball.com. Email: [email protected] Fullback Does Not Need To Be a Dominate Blocker He’s a Runner. Fullback does not need to be a Dominate blocker, make him a treat as a runner. Fullback. Make your game a three back threat with the run game .

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The i back offense

The “I” Back Offense

www.jerrycampbellfootball.com

Email: [email protected]


The i back offense

Fullback Does Not Need To Be a Dominate Blocker

He’s a Runner

Fullback does not need to be a

Dominate blocker, make him a

treat as a runner

Fullback

Make your game a three back

threat with the run game.


The i back offense

“I” Formation

4 ½ yds.


The i back offense

King Formation

Fullbacks heels 4 ½

Yds. From the ball

Fullback offset strong


The i back offense

King Formation 5


The i back offense

Queen Formation 6

Fullback offset weak


The i back offense

Queen Formation 7

Fullback sets his inside foot

to the outside foot of the guard


The i back offense

Stack “I” Formation 8

1

2

3

4

The #2 Back is also known

as a sniffer back because

he aligns one yard behind

the quarterback.


The i back offense

Running Backs Depth & Alignment 24

Fullback heels at 4 1/2 yds

Tailback heels at 7 yds.


The i back offense

Offensive Line Splits 24

Tight End

2 ft.

2 ft.

2 ft.

It should be noted that line splits can be

adjusted according to type of play being run.


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(QB) 10 Series equals Option & Zone Read Plays 11

(FB) 30 Series Plays

(TB) 40 Series Plays

FB 30 Series

10 Series

TB 40 Series

1st Digit Tells Us Who's Getting The Ball


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2nd Digit Sets The Blocking Scheme The Tag

Sets Type Of Play 12

5 equals blocking scheme (part the sea)

Tag equals type of play

4 equals Tailback

Example: 45 ISO


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2nd Digit Sets The Blocking Scheme,

The Tag Sets Type Of Play 13

“3” Blocking Scheme

Take it back and away

Leave EMLOS alone.

“1” equals QB Reads

Tag equals type

of play called.

Example: 13 Veer


The i back offense

Hole Numbering System 14

or

Blocking Scheme System


The i back offense

Understanding Defensive

Alignment 24

8

6

4

2

0

2

4

6

8

7

5

4i

3

2i

1

1

2i

4i

5

6i

7

9

9

6i

3

8i

8i

TE

OT

OG

OG

OT

TE

Even Numbers = Head Up Defender /

Odd Numbers = Outside Shades

Eye = Inside Shades


The i back offense

Reading Inverts For Best Option

or Best Play 16

Free Safety

Corner

Corner

Inverts

The Box

Inverts

By Reading The Outside Lbers you can keep yourself

In Best Option or Best Play.


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Offensive Line 18

Base & Combo Calls

Line Calls: Base and Combination Alerts

Whenever working in combination with another lineman,

we will use line calls to alert who we are working with. Never

pull a covered lineman with you, only uncovered linemen can

work with a covered lineman. Ace, Deuce, and Trey are

combination alerts which will take the combination against

one down defender tracking a second level linebacker. Always

keep your eyes on your linebackers, this allows you to track his

movement.


The i back offense

See Your Linebacker! 19

TE

LT

LG

Center

RG

RT

Ace Lion

Ace Ram

Deuce

Deuce

Tackle & Guard

Trey

Tackle & TE

Combo alerts


The i back offense

See Your Linebacker! 21

Possible Deuce Base

Base

Ace Lion

Deuce

Ace, Duece, and Trey mean combo between a down defender and linebacker


The i back offense

When In Combo

See Your Linebacker 22

Possible Deuce Base

Base

Ace Lion

Deuce

Ace, Deuce, and Trey mean combo between a down defender and linebacker


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The Near Ear Rule 22

  • Near Ear is also known as a landmark

  • Block nearest ear of the down defender according to play call

    • Where you place your helmet

    • Base block to near ear on helmet of down defender

  • When making a “verbal alert call”

    • Never pull a covered lineman with you


The i back offense

The Near Ear Rule 23

Base

Ace Ram

Trey


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Get Hippo Close The Door 26

Hip to Hip = Hippo With Your Partner

  • Two adjacent blockers connect up on a combo with the 1st level defender

    • This track produces maximum push

  • Shoulders and hips along side each other

    • No air between them

    • Keep shoulders square

  • “Close the door”

    • “Hippo” closes the door on the down defender

    • Defender cannot split the combo or “open the door”

Close the door to

the down defender

on all Combos


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Installing The Offense


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Offensive blocking schemes

Broken down into 5 phases

47

Phase 1

0-1 Traps, Midline

Phase 2

2-3’s “Take It Back” Schemes

Veer, Speed, Counter Plays

Phase 3

4-5’s “Part The Sea” ISO Plays

Phase 4 6-7’s “Take It Out on Tracks”

Stretch

Phase 5 “Circle The Wagons”

Bring The Scheme Around


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Five Primary Blocking Schemes

0 – 1 = Trap Schemes (White, Black), Midline the 3 or 2 Tech.

2 – 3 = Take it Back Schemes (Read the 5 tech.)

4 – 5 = ISO Schemes “Part The Sea At The Point of Attack”

6 – 7 = Take It Out On Tracks (Backside Read)

8 – 9 = Bring The Blocking Scheme Around (Read the 9 Tech.)


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What Dictates The Blocking Schemes 29

The second digit and verbal tag dictates the blocking scheme, direction and read:

0 and 1 - Traps and Midline Plays

2 and 3 - Take the scheme back, QB reads the 5 Technique

4 and 5 - ISO Plays “Part The Sea”

6 and 7 – Drop Step “Out on Tracks”

8 and 9 - Bring the scheme around, QB reads the 9 technique “Circle The Wagons”

Example: 12 Veer ( 1 option series, 2 direction, take it back, read the 5 technique)


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0 – 1 Traps & Midline Plays

Any play that ends with a 0 – 1 we are either running

Guard, Tackle Trap or Midline. With any play ending with

0 – 1 we are going after the first defender on or past the

Guard.


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