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Implementing the Single Wing with Bobbleheads (7-8-9 year olds/Mitey Mite Division). Mike Sommers San Marcos Pop Warner Crusaders 2004-2005. First Year vs. Second Year. 1st Year (4-6-1) Only Wedge blocking on the line, with TE’s taking on the outside rush. Didn’t pull.

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Implementing the Single Wing with Bobbleheads(7-8-9 year olds/Mitey Mite Division)

Mike Sommers

San Marcos Pop Warner Crusaders

2004-2005

first year vs second year
First Year vs. Second Year
  • 1st Year (4-6-1)
    • Only Wedge blocking on the line, with TE’s taking on the outside rush.
    • Didn’t pull.
    • Every player on the team got at least one carry in a game.
  • 2nd Year (7-4)
    • Started pulling and SAB blocking.
    • Only used the Wedge on a few plays.
    • Every kid but three carried the ball in a game.
why i chose to run the single wing
Why I chose to run the Single Wing
  • I wanted something that would be fairly simple for our players.
  • An offense where I could put any kid in anywhere, and they could play.
  • Especially in cases where we may be blowing out another team.
  • I had seen too many problems with the exchange on handoffs at this level.
biggest mistake in 1 st year

Biggest Mistake in 1st Year

Thinking that the kids wouldn’t be able to pick up a different blocking scheme.

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Linemen RULE!

I let everyone know at the first practice that the Center and Offensive Linemen were the most important players on our team, and re-emphasized it as the season progressed.

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Pre-Shift

  • We immediately went to this formation after breaking every huddle. On “Shift” we would move into our play formation.
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Keeping our opponents on their toes

After the 3rd week of the season, we threw in a new formation or play nearly every other week to try to keep our opponents on their toes.

  • Beast Right Spread
  • Heavy Left
  • Buck Seam (Last 2 weeks)
heavy left formation
Heavy Left Formation
  • We would break the huddle to the ball with the left Guard lining up over the ball in Pre-Shift.
1 rule when coaching the bobbleheads
#1 Rule when coaching the Bobbleheads
  • Don’t underestimate their ability to learn, and understand, their assignments! Most of them want to learn new things.
  • My O-Line last year got smiles on their faces every time they got to pull.
things i intend to do this year
Things I intend to do this year
  • Implement some of Dave Cisar’s ideas (i.e. backfield stance, 2.5 yds. off ball).
  • Add some motion.
  • More pulling, especially from the backside.
  • A little more passing (specifically from the Center to the Backs). We will be using wrist coaches this year.
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Thank you!

Questions?