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Philosophy, Techniques & Installation vs. Even, Odd & Bear Fronts. POWER “O”. Presented by: Sergio Muniz Offensive Coordinator Clovis West High School sergiomuniz@cusd.com. Philosophy, History & Considerations. Back to Main Menu. History Why Power “O”. 1 Back background

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power o

Philosophy, Techniques & Installation vs.

Even, Odd & Bear Fronts

POWER “O”

Presented by:

Sergio Muniz

Offensive Coordinator

Clovis West High School

sergiomuniz@cusd.com

history why power o
HistoryWhy Power “O”
  • 1 Back background
    • Inside Zone, Counter, Stretch, etc.
  • Moved up in Divisions – VI to I
    • First year 6-5
  • Needed more “umph” in our ground game = POWER “O”
    • Following Year League Champions
power o where we learned it
Power “O”Where we learned it
  • University of Illinois
    • Former Head Coach Ron Turner
    • Clinic in Anaheim
    • 4 day visitation on just Power “O” and it’s play-action
  • University of Wisconsin
    • Offensive Coordinator Brain White
power o who else runs it
Power “O”Who else runs it
  • Common play for the NFL teams and many college programs including:
    • University Michigan
    • University of Southern California
    • University of Miami
    • Virginia Tech University
    • University of Texas
power o types of players needed
Power “O”Types of players needed
  • Fullback – Hard nosed player that can block and catch
  • TE– Great down blocker with ability to catch
    • Must be able to handle 6I defender by himself
  • OL– Able to sustain push on double teams, while also being coordinated enough to come off on 2nd level defenders (LBs)
  • Tailback– Great back would be nice, but not necessary
    • Disciplined and patient runner
power o advantages 7
Power “O”Advantages (7)
  • Good versus a wide variety of defenses
  • Good play for various down and distance situations
  • It’s a tone setting play
    • Forces opponents to play at a high-physical level
  • Sets up great high % play-action
  • Good versus interior blitzes/stunts
  • Great goal line play
  • Straight ahead play vs. fast teams
    • Equalizer
power o disadvantages 5
Power “O”Disadvantages (5)
  • Base Play
    • Must be an every game play
  • Practice Time
    • Improvement through repetition
      • Practices/Games
  • “Check with me” system

A. Double Tight End Sets

  • Blocking adjustments versus different fronts

A. Even, Odd, Bear, 6-2, etc. etc. – Learning the rules

  • Personnel requirements – FB
power o the play itself
Power “O”The play itself
  • General Analysis of Play:
    • Off tackle play with two lead blockers for the runner
      • 1st blocker kicks out
      • 2nd blocker pulls up for responsibility
        • Example Next Slide
power o vs odd front
Power “O”vs. Odd Front

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Gap & peel

= RB Read

Back to Main Menu

formations
Formations
  • Generally run out of set with a TE and Fullback
    • I
    • Twin
    • Double Tight I
  • Can be run out of any formation (2nd presentation)
    • Single back sets w/TE
    • 4 WR Sets (no TE)
    • Empty Sets
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Power “O”

Rules & Coaching Points

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offensive line general rules
Offensive Line General Rules

Playside (Center to TE)

  • Create as many double teams as possible
    • It all starts with the Centers call
    • No double team = down block (level 1 to level 2)

(FB = Kick out)

Backside

  • Backside guard pulls for callside LB
  • All remaining backside players block “gap, backer, peel”

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offensive line points of emphasis 7
Offensive Line Points of Emphasis (7)
  • Create as many double teams as possible to the play side
  • Double teams should be called in priority of inside out from the center to the call side. Ex. Versus a 3,5,& 9 shades the call should be “Gate” not “Tango”
  • Double teams should get vertical push on DL to invite ILBs to run through underneath plays
  • Double teams should take DL to ILBs
  • Do not come off of double teams early
  • Double teams should incorporate “4-hands, 4-eyes” principles
  • Never allow color to penetrate the LOS to the inside of your double team (you may come off of a double team to block a threat because of stunts/blitzes)

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fullback rules
Fullback Rules
  • Blocking responsibility: First defender on-to-outside shade of the play side tight end
    • If responsibility slants inside and gets down blocked by TE, continue on path to kick the eventual force player
    • If run weak, first defender on-to-outside shade of the play side tackle

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runningback rules
Runningback Rules
  • Aiming point is the inside leg of the playside tackle.
  • Receive hand-off with eyes finding the backside pulling guard
  • FOLLOW THE GUARD; DO NOT CUTBACK OR BOUNCE!!!!
    • Read the Guards rear-end; it will point the direction you should go
  • Once through the hole, if forced to bounce running hash, number, sideline
  • Give go calls
  • Always go 100%; whether you have the ball or not (Power Read)

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quarterback rules
Quarterback Rules
  • “Get the ball to the back as deep as possible”
    • Get snap from center
    • O=Open up with play side foot at @ 5 o’clock (right), 7 o’clock (left)
    • Work for width and depth, allowing the fullback to clear
    • Once cleared, extend the ball with both hands to the I-back
    • See the ball being placed into the RBs gut
    • Pull both hands back together while simultaneously “popping” up to simulate play-action pass
      • Eyes should go to the flat defender to give the QB a hint when play-action is called/needed

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wide receiver rules
Wide Receiver Rules
  • Playside receivers block “Man-on”
  • Backside receivers Cut-off

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power o vs even front
Power “O”vs. Even Front

FS

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Gap & peel

= RB Read

Back to Main Menu

power o vs odd front1
Power “O”vs. Odd Front

FS

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Gap & peel

= RB Read

Back to Main Menu

power o vs bear front
Power “O”vs. Bear Front

FS

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Gap & peel

= RB Read

Back to Main Menu

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Power “O” – The Play

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sergiomuniz@cusd.com

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power o1

Application of Power "O"

to

Multiple Offensive Systems

POWER “O”

Presented by:

Sergio Muniz

Offensive Coordinator

Clovis West High School

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Topics
  • Play-action:

Power Pass

  • Running Power “O” from

Shotgun

Spread/Empty Sets

Double Tight Sets

Wing Sets

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Power Pass

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power pass the play itself
Power PassThe play itself
  • General Analysis of Play:
    • Simulation of off tackle play to take advantage of over aggressive support players on Power “O”
      • 1st back out = Flare
      • TE – Stick Route
        • Example Next Slide
offensive line general rules1
Offensive Line General Rules

Line will slide opposite of Call (RB/QB action)

Slide/Gap protection

Come off hard and low

Responsible for color to their respective gap

Do not chase twists

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skill player rules
Skill Player Rules

Playside

#1 = Vertical Clear

#2 = (TE or WR) “Stick” Route

#3 = Flat

Backside

#1 = 3 step Slant

#2 = Slant

Tailback = Block first man on-to outside shade of call side tackle. Get his hands down.

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quarterback rules power pass
Quarterback Rules Power Pass
  • Receive snap
  • Open @ 5 O'clock or 7 O'clock with ball in pouch
  • Once FB clears extend ball with both hands towards TBs back hip
    • Appearance is the same as if going into TBs gut
    • If off-set FB extend ball right away
  • Pull ball back with eyes to flat defender
    • “POP” hips with two quick balance steps to left
  • Throw opposite of his movement to
    • CV 3 = Flat to Stick
    • CV 2 = Vertical-Flat/Stick
    • Weakside overload blitz, QB may throw 3 step slant

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power pass vs even front 3 deep
Power Passvs. Even Front / 3 Deep

FS

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= RB Responsibility

= QB Read

Back to Main Menu

power pass vs even front 3 deep1
Power Passvs. Even Front / 3 Deep

FS

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= RB Responsibility

= QB Read

Back to Main Menu

power pass vs even front 3 deep2
Power Passvs. Even Front / 3 Deep

FS

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= RB Responsibility

= QB Read

Back to Main Menu

power pass vs even front 2 deep
Power Passvs. Even Front / 2 Deep

FS

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= RB Responsibility

= QB Read

Back to Main Menu

slide34
Power “O” Read

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power o read general concept
Power “O” Read - General Concept
  • Very similar traditional Power “O”
    • Blocking rules
    • Physical emphasis same
  • Differences
    • Backside Tackle Rules
    • Receiver blocking techniques
    • QB & Tailback Mesh

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offensive line rules
Offensive Line Rules
  • Backside Tackle
    • “Gap, Up”
      • Do not block EMLOS
      • Responsibility is backside “B” gap. Block any threats…if no threats on level 1 Go Up for BSILB
      • Be sure to step hard into the “B” gap first
      • Versus Bear = If the shade taken by center go up to BSILB

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quarterback rules1
Quarterback Rules

Power Read

  • Read Backside “C” gap defender, generally the defender on the BST

1) If defender turns shoulders or runs down the line = pull the ball

    • If the read says pull then carry the ball “High & Tight” and proceed to run hash numbers, sideline while simultaneously giving “GO!” calls

2) If the defender slow plays, or if you have any uncertainty = hand the ball off and carry out your fake

    • Carry out all fakes and never look back
  • Always go 100%; whether have the ball or not

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wide receiver rules1
Wide Receiver Rules
  • WR Power Read Rules
    • Playside receivers block “Man-on”
    • Backside receivers block “Keep-rules”
      • Push up field and throttle down on the outside # of the defender on you
      • Be alert for “GO!” calls
      • Use the inside hand for leverage and the outside hand as the “Punch” hand

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power o read power read
Power “O” Read Power Read

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Gap & Up

= RB Read

= QB Read

Back to Main Menu

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QB Power “O”

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q power qb power o
Q-PowerQB Power “O”

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Gap & peel

= RB Responsibility

= QB Read

Back to Main Menu

q power qb power o1
Q-PowerQB Power “O”

FS

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Gap & peel

= RB Responsibility

= QB Read

Back to Main Menu

power o power o check with me
Power “O”Power “O” – Check with me

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Gap & peel

= RB Read

Back to Main Menu

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Wing Power “O”

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wing power o power
Wing Power “O”Power

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Gap & peel

= RB Read

Back to Main Menu