Category - OFFENSIVE PLAYBOOK

By Zach Dunn, USA Football Slant-Flat has become synonymous with the passing game at all levels of football. It is a simple, easy read for the Quarterback that is designed to get the ball out of his hands quickly and into the hands of a skill...

Breaking down film of an opponent is the key to installing a successful game plan. With the restrictions on practice time each week, coaches have to make sure they’re processing game film efficiently so that they can practice that particular...

By Drew Lieberman As coaches, one of the most difficult aspects of our jobs is organizing practice time in order to maximize every minute allotted to us. There is seemingly never enough time in a given week to fully prepare our players for game day...

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...