Category - OFFENSIVE PLAYBOOK

By Keith Grabowski Having a weekly work flow and knowing what drills you work and when are important to skill development. When players understand the errors that the drills are designed to fix and the proper body mechanics we want to see, then it...

By Mark Solis Offensive Philosophy At Olentangy High School, our offensive philosophy is going to consist of five parts. Attack the defense with our tempo! Run the ball effectively. Throw the ball accurately. Threaten the defense with the...

By Jarrett Troxler Here at Massillon (Ohio) Washington, we are a multiple pro style/spread offense. We have taken a lot of different parts of other offensive systems and made our own. There are parts of various systems including the Air Raid and...

By Terry Donovan As a triple option team, we set out to run our inside veer play as often as we can. Inside veer and midline, along with a couple of zone blocking give and follow plays account for 60 percent of our offense. We have averaged more...

By Chris Parker Empty is a big part of our offense. We started using empty when we realized our defense had a hard time adjusting to the formation, and we worked hard at coming up with ways to defend it. After a few years, we came to realize we...

Staying ahead of the curve is one of the most challenging aspects of being a high school coach. Every coach wants to integrate new schemes and strategies, but it’s hard to stay on top of things going on in other areas of the country. Here are some...