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November 2006

November 2006


The Spread Punt

by: Mike Sabock
Assistant Football Coach, Northern Illinios University
© November 2006

There are some general concepts I need to mention before we get into the spread punt:

1. Get off time
††† The snapper and the punter are a unit that must work together. By this I mean the faster your snapper is the more time your punter can take. The slower your snapper is the faster the punter must be at getting the ball off. From the snap to the punt, any time over 2.1 seconds increases the chance of a punt being blocked. As a general rule, you would like the snap to take .8 seconds and the punter to catch and punt the ball in 1.3 seconds. You canít coach the punt team without a stopwatch in your hand!

2. Equal Practice
††† You must work your #1 punt team and your #2 punt ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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