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Installing the Double Wing. Your First Ten Days With Two Wings. Derek Wade Tomales High School, Tomales CA Coach_Wade@hotmail.com. Who The Heck is Coach Wade. Special Teams Coordinator, Linebackers, Running Backs, and Tight Ends Coach; Tomales High School JV 2002-2005.

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    1. Installing the Double Wing Your First Ten Days With Two Wings Derek Wade Tomales High School, Tomales CA Coach_Wade@hotmail.com

    2. Who The Heck is Coach Wade • Special Teams Coordinator, Linebackers, Running Backs, and Tight Ends Coach; Tomales High School JV 2002-2005. • 2002: 5-3 Ben Kaplan - 1241 Y.R. • 2003: 6-2 Josh Perucci - 1021 Y.R. • 2004: 6-3 Nick Caramagna - 1008 Y.R. • 2005: 7-1 Bailey Tucker - 1019 Y.R.

    3. Who The Heck Are The Braves? • 2005 Tomales Braves: • Bailey Tucker • 1019 rushing yards • 308 Receiving yards • Zack Wenrick • 418 Passing yards • 11 passing TDs (JV school record) 2 INTs (first game) • Offensive line (Abe Avalos, Tito Miranda, Mike Severson, Andrew Ritter, Sean Cochran) • No sacks after first game • 262 points in eight games (32.75 ppg) • Averaged 6.3 yards per snap rushing • 2005 NCL II Class “B” Champions

    4. Syllabus • General assumptions • Practice times • Practice length • Preseason • Organizing your staff • The “optimal” coaching staff • Crop Rotation • Alternative ideas for smaller or larger staffs • Organizing your overall practice • Offense • Defense • Special teams

    5. Syllabus • Preseason, continued: • Organizing your offensive practice plan • Breaking the offense into manageable chunks • Putting together an installation plan • Practice • Eliminating time wasting • Getting reps • The Offensive Repetition Checklist (ORC)

    6. Syllabus • Practice Overviews • Weeks one and two • Offensive installation and review • Weeks three and four • Review and focusing

    7. Assumptions • Youth teams, preseason • Generally practice three to five times per week • Generally cannot practice more than two hours per session • Generally play on Saturdays or Sundays • Generally have fifteen total practice sessions before a scrimmage event • Generally have five additional practice sessions before the first game

    8. Assumptions • Youth teams, practice numbers: • Total practices before the first game: 20 10 – preseason 5 – prescrimmage 5 – pregame

    9. Warning! This is a guideline, not a cast-in-steel method! If it doesn’t fit your program, you’re going to have to modify it!

    10. Organizing the Staff • The Optimal Staff • Reade Philosophy • “Whatever the other guy has” • Not really accurate. (SV – 9 man staff, Tom – 6) • 10 incompetent coaches • 3 competent ones • Reed Philosophy • “Army of One” • Dumb slogan • Inefficient use of practice time

    11. Organizing the Staff, continued • Things to think about: • EVERY player needs to be coached by the head man! • EVERY coach needs to be developed • EVERY part of the team is important

    12. Organizing the Staff, continued • Optimal size for youth staff • 3 Assistants • 1 Director (Head coach, coordinator, etc.) • Breakdown • Offensive Linemen • Offensive Backfield • Receivers • Head coach rotates every day (crop rotation)

    13. Organizing the Staff, continued • Benefits: • Every kid gets face time with the main man • Every coach gets immediate feedback on his coaching • Nothing gets left behind as long as the person most responsible is involved!

    14. Organizing the Staff, Alternatives • For the smaller staff: • 3 coaches • Offensive line • Backfield • Tight Ends alternate with line and backs • Follow the head coach (Can be a benefit) • 2 coaches • Offensive line • Backs and receivers • Swap every day

    15. Organizing the Staff, Alternatives • Ideas for the larger staff: • Most inexperienced coach with the most experienced • Most eyes on the most important • Rookies always with the head coach

    16. Organizing the Staff, Numero Uno! • Never let an inexperienced coach work alone! • Puts kids at risk • “Forbidden” drills • Puts the program at risk • Incorrect teaching of fundamentals • “Professionalism” mistakes • Comments • Anger/frustration • Disciplinary problems

    17. Organizing the Practice • Football has three halves! • Offense • Defense • Special teams The one you don’t perfect will beat you!

    18. Organizing the Practice, Planning • Three critical points to every practice: • Must warm up in some fashion • Must practice fundamentals of play (stance, start, blocking, tackling) • Must condition players

    19. Organizing the Practice, Planning • Think through program: • Offense • Less reacting, more acting • Requires more honing • Must practice fundamentals of stance and blocking! • Defense • Requires more walk-through/live action • Must practice fundamentals of tackling! • Special Teams • Almost entirely walk through/live action • Few drills • Fundamentals can be practiced with offense and defense • Each rep takes longer • Fewer plays

    20. Organizing the Practice, Overview • Unadjusted practice timeline: • Two hour practice: • 30 minutes warm up and fundamentals period (speed building, flexibility, tackling, blocking) • 30 minutes offense • At least one third must be team • 30 minutes defense • At least one third must be team • 30 minutes special teams • Almost entirely team

    21. Organizing the Practice, Timing • We can rob some time from Special Teams for Offense (install weeks only): • 30 minutes warm up and fundamentals period • 45 minutes offense • 30 minutes defense • 15 minutes special teams

    22. Organizing the Practice, Timing • We can rob some time from Defense for Offense (install weeks only): • 30 minutes warm up and fundamentals period • 55 minutes offense • 20 minutes defense • 15 minutes special teams

    23. Organizing the Practice, Finding time • Stealing back practice time: • No water breaks! • Players carry water bottles. • No bottle, no practice • During standing time, players drink water in sips. • Cuts down on chatter – “Billy, why aren’t you drinking water?” • More efficient for the body to process

    24. Organizing the Practice, Finding time • No conditioning! • Condition within the practice • Always high speed (no walking, no waiting) • Sprint whenever you move about the field • Quick exercises • Check stances • If you have a sled, USE IT! • Cadence • Level • Hit (three yards on initial pop) • Drive (sustain for seven yards)

    25. Organizing the Practice, Finding time • Hitting the Sled:

    26. Organizing the Practice, Finding time • Few drills! • Drill only if it cuts DOWN the time needed • “Hammer drill” for linebackers: 52 reps in three minutes • “West Point”: Three reps in twenty minutes • Do not change the timeline just to add a drill!

    27. Organizing the Practice, Daily planning • Practice everything, every day! • “Trickle in” teaching • Deals with absenteeism • Coaches don’t have to wait two days to fix a problem

    28. Organizing the Offense • First division: Series • How important is this series to my offense? • How often will I call the plays from this series? • Why will I call the plays from this series? • How crucial is the success of this series?

    29. Organizing the Offense, continued • The Wade Double Wing: • Three series • Toss • 12 plays • 8 core, 4 sideboarded • Wedge • 3 1/2 plays • Jet Sweep • 8 plays

    30. Organizing the Offense, continued • Second division: Play • How often will I call this play? • Why will I call this play? • How crucial is the success of this play?

    31. Organizing the Offense, continued • Play types: • Core • Primary focus of series • Represents the series 60% of the time • Forces defense to adjust, opens up rest of the series • 24 Toss (Tight Rip 88 Super Power) • Counter • Primary misdirection off core • Takes advantage of defensive adjustments to core • 45 X-Toss (Tight Rip 47-C)

    32. Organizing the Offense, continued • Play types: • Pass • Deep threat, stretches field vertically • Quick strike threat • Forces defense to move out of the “box” • Attacks weaker defenders downfield • MPPs at corner/safety • 24 Toss Pass (Red Red) • Big play • Not “trick play” • Tricks: 1-3 times per game, Big Plays: 5-9 • Huge chunks of yards in a hurry • 30 Draw

    33. Organizing the Offense, continued • Play types: • Sideboard • Plays you’d like, but don’t need • Plays designed for certain players • Keep players from getting bored • Will be added later in the season • Weeks 4-6 • Playoffs • 30 Trap (3 Trap at 2)

    34. Organizing the Offense, continued • The Wade Double Wing Plays: • Toss Series: • Core – 24/45 Toss • Counter – 24X/45X Toss • Pass – 24/45 Toss pass, 24 Toss Pass Deep • Big Play – 30 Draw • Sideboard – 30 Trap, 24 Screen L, Church Pass, 45 X Toss pass

    35. Organizing the Offense, continued • The Wade Double Wing Plays: • Wedge Series: • Core – 30 Wedge • Counter – 18 Wedge Keep • Pass – 18 Wedge Keep Pass • Big Play – 49 Wedge Counter • Sideboard - None

    36. Organizing the Offense, continued • The Wade Double Wing Plays: • Jet Sweep Series: • Core – 28/49 Jet Sweep • Counter – 34/35 Quick Trap • Pass – 18/19 Waggle Pass • Big Play – 28/49 Reverse • Sideboard - None

    37. Organizing the Offense, continued • Final addition: Formation • Must be able to run 80% or more of offense • Must give us “something new” to justify practice time

    38. Organizing the Offense, continued • Formation: Spread

    39. Organizing the Offense, continued • Formation: Spread • Softens the interior for the wedge

    40. Organizing the Offense, continued • Formation: Spread • Places ends in prime position for crack blocks on jet sweep

    41. Organizing the Offense, continued • Formation: Spread • Can isolate a good receiver on the perimeter

    42. Organizing the Offense, continued • Formation: Spread • Mentally forces the defense to prepare for pass

    43. Organizing the Offense, continued • Formations • 7 Base Formations • Week one: • Double Wing • Unbalanced-I Green, Unbalanced-I Black • Week two: • Green, Black (Wings on)

    44. Organizing the Offense, continued • Formations • 7 Base Formations • Week three: • Spread • King R, King Left (Bunch trips) • Week five: • Jester R, Jester L (Twins) • Week six: • I-Right, I-Left (Wing-I)

    45. Organizing the Offense, continued • The ORC: Offensive Repetition Checklist

    46. Organizing the Offense, continued • The ORC: Offensive Repetition Checklist • Keep track of correct repetitions

    47. Organizing the Offense, continued • The ORC: Offensive Repetition Checklist • Keep track of correct repetitions • Allows you to stagger your reps

    48. Taking it to Practice • Days 1-2: Evaluations • Index card for each player • Name • Drill times • General notes • 30 Minute warm up/fundamentals • Agility Game (Deer Hunter, Dodgeball, etc) • Gregory speed/strength evaluations www.gregorydoublewing.com

    49. Taking it to Practice, continued • Days 1-2: Evaluations • Two-hand touch • 5 on 5: 3 games = 30 players • Evaluate skills, make notes • Punting/Kicking contest • Snapping contest

    50. Taking it to Practice, continued • Days 1-2: Evaluations, Basic instruction • Basic Instruction for all players: • Stances • Form running/speed building • Receiving handoffs • Carrying the ball • Catching • “Scoop and score” • Fumble recovery • End of day two: • All players understand down/distance rules • All players understand sportsmanship and team rules • Temporary depth charts for each position • Walk through first play as a team (24/45 Toss)