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June 2002

June 2002


A Big New Play from Pasadena

Statue Play Confuses Defense Pasadena College shows pass, delays, rushes to success
by: Tom Maher
Head Coach, Pasadena City College
© June 2002

I selected the Statue play to write about because prep coaches and college coaches alike constantly ask me about it. It is simple to install and its a lot of fun.

Statue is a glorified lead draw. It is a deception causing defenders to react to a pass. It is a mis-direction as the ball carrier runs off tackle away from the pass action. There is a significant delay before the ball carrier and quarterback exchange of the ball.

We align in split backs. The QB takes a three-step drop and flags the ball at the backside wide receiver that is running a quick slant route. This receiver acts lik....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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