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September 1999

September 1999


The Big Six

UCLA's QB Teaching Progression With Concepts
by: Al Borges
Offensive Coordinator,UCLA
© September 1999

Many years ago I sat down and attempted to encapsulate our passing game. The rationale for this was simple. We had too many pass plays and the quarterback was becoming confused by the potpourri of route combinations. After some careful thought and extensive research, I came to the conclusion that it made more sense to "group" our passing offense into six concepts (Delta, Flood, China, Option, Crossing, and One-on-One). This seemed more logical than teaching 90 to 100 different route combinations independently.

Each pass play is initiated and designed with a certain goal in mind. So often, certain coverages or individual match ups will dictate the structure of a particular passing play. Once the quarterback understands these concepts, he can more easily digest and regurgitate the necessary data needed to execute each individual p....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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