H1N1 offense 2013

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H1N1 offense 2013

  1. 1. H1N1 OFFENSE 2013 • There are two ways to beat cover 2: physical running (not allowed in flag) or deep routes. So, we must throw deep (or at least establish that threat). • Defense will either switch to cover 3, or underneath zone defeners will abandon their zone to follow a man deep. Either way, this creates space underneath for short passing/QB running lanes. • OR: they switch out of zone into man….then its all up to yall to make plays.
  2. 2. MONDAY NIGHT: WHAT WORKED
  3. 3. • Receivers run more or less vertical routes • Generally, corners would roll up to cover outside receivers, safeties kept their eyes on middle guy coming up seam
  4. 4. • This leaves big spaces underneath…lots of open grass • Only the two middle linebackers are left below, they must cover both checkdowns off the line or the QB run • Generally this gave Jake some wide running lanes to the outside and he exploited them for a lot of yards
  5. 5. WHAT DIDN’T WORK
  6. 6. • Receivers run at random….just a mess • Instead of being spread out and forced deep, defense is able to maintain disciplined cover 2 posture, keeping eyes on QB • Checkdowns, QB have no open grass to run to
  7. 7. “MIKE” • So, our basic play should be “Mike” (named after Mike Leach…air raid genius) • Two safeties cannot cover three receivers…something’s gotta give • How they adapt determines what we do next….
  8. 8. “EIGHTS” • Suppose they switch to a 3-2 zone • Now the quick passing game comes into play • We can run all curls, and 3 underneath zone defenders must cover 4 receivers
  9. 9. • They could switch to man coverage • If we can’t distribute the ball in man passing situations, we could run a rocket sweep • Receivers on right side run slants or cross (doesn’t matter)…take men with them away fro the play “ROCKET”
  10. 10. MIXING IT UP
  11. 11. • If they begin to send two rushers and keep a one high safety look…or if for any reason we the pass rush begins disrupting the offense….we may need to bring a extra “back” to the formation. • This helps contain the rush and gives us flexibility
  12. 12. • Originally “Mills,” this has been the foundation of Steve Spurrier’s offense since the 90s. • Four men blocking on line in order to give time for deeper routes to develop • Blocker (doesn’t matter who) chips and then releases for “Bust up the sidelines” (BUS) route. • Key read is the safety. If he follows post, ball should be thrown to dig simultaneous with cut. “STEVE”
  13. 13. • If they shift too far to right side…run speed option to left “SPEED”
  14. 14. “BOBBY” • Or “shallow cross”…Petrino’s favorite play • We have receivers running into three different vertical levels…shown in red • But zone is only two levels…high and low • This should create mismatch

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