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November 2002

November 2002


Simple, Yet Sophiscated

Expanding the 3-Level Concept with Lenoir-Rhyne
by: Dan Gonzalez
QB/WR Coach, Lenoir-Rhyne College
© November 2002

In order to effectively overcome the myriad of problems presented by modern defenses, a complete passing game must possess both diversity and learnability. These two factors result in a highly sensitive balancing act for offensive coaches. The passing game must be able to attack a defensive structure on all levels, yet be learnable enough to yield a high degree of efficiency; the pass offense installed at Lenoir-Rhyne represents an attempt to simplify a sophisticated offense that incorporates easy learnability and diversity. The overall scheme utilizes multiple personnel groupings to go along with pre-snap movement; simplicity in teaching this system is of prime importance.
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