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March 2002

March 2002


Power G

A versatile running attack is New Mexico Stateís strength,but itís the Power-G that helps open things up.
by: Barney Cotton
Offensive Coordinator, New Mexico State University
© March 2002

First and foremost, our offensive philosophy at New Mexico State is to be a physical football team. We believe in running the ball with a mix of power and option, along with a play-action oriented passing game. Our intent is to make a defense defend the entire field, keeping them off balance, while we control the clock, and, most importantly, score points.

An important component of our power package is the Power-G. We feel this is a play for all downs, equally effective as a hammer play in short-yardage or goal line situations as it is versus nickel defenses.

The basic rules for the Power-G are as follows:

1. Double or combo the first defender inside the TE. The combo is responsible for the first defender, the....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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