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Fire Away A Multiple Pass Game with \'Four Vertical\'by: A.J. Pratt
© February 2006
I have been fortunate enough to learn the pass game from several good offensive football coaches in the past ten years – both at the high school and collegiate level. Every offense I have coached has included some version of a “four vertical” passing game. Hopefully you can take something from this article that will be helpful within your system. The “four vertical” pass game has become multiple here at Kent State University, in which we teach “hybrid” versions that may include five or six man protections, hot throws, read-side routes and some run-and-shoot principles.
The most basic teaching point of a four vertical pass game is getting your perimeter players and quarterback to realize what you are attempting to accomplish – to stretch the defense horizontally. The initial throws and repetitions are always either too late or to....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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