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  1. Whitehall Football Offensive Philosophy

  2. Offensive Emphasis: 1. Strong Inside Running Game 2. Few Plays/Variety of Formations 3. Attack Entire Field “…take what the defense gives us.”

  3. The Spread Offense: Basic Concepts What is a “spread” offense? • Formation with 3-4 players “spread out” away from the tackle box area • QB either under center, or in the shotgun

  4. Why the Spread? • Puts ball in hands of athletes in space • Minimal looks for OL and QB • Creates simpler looks in running game • Recruiting: easier to get smaller, athletic kids as opposed to big, strong kids • Decision-making: in hands of players • Fatigues defense • FUN!!!

  5. Explosive Opportunities in Running Game

  6. Necessary Components • Attitude: Must be aggressive and physical • Must force defense to “cover-down” • Force defense to defend entire field • Multiplicity. Defense must see many looks • Tempo. We must control it • Must have plan to defeat the blitz

  7. Defense leaving receiver uncovered. Must either throw “uncovered” or the Bubble Screen, otherwise they can overload us with 7 in the box.

  8. All receivers “covered down”, and FS in deep middle. 6 in the box means we can run or throw.

  9. All receivers “covered down”, and 2 safeties playing deep halves. Only 5 in the box, meaning we should run the ball.

  10. No FS in deep middle, indicating blitz. We only have 6 to block 7, meaning QB must check the protection or check to a blitz-beater and throw quick.

  11. Shotgun Offense • Same runs and passes as last year. • Allows us more “option” opportunities with athletic QB

  12. No-Huddle Offense • Allows us to dictate tempo • Storm, Thunder, Lightning • Forces “vanilla” defense • Defense reacting to us, rather than vice-versa • Fatigues defense, especially those with two-way players • Eliminates need to condition at practice

  13. 10 min. of conditioning x 4 days (M, T, W, TH) = 40 minutes of conditioning per week OR 5 plays per minute x 40 minutes = 200 reps per week 200 reps per week x 10 weeks = 2000 additional reps per season!!

  14. K.I.L.L.“Keep It Likeable and Learnable”

  15. No-Huddle Tempos