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The Spin OffenseThe Pass Game - Part III
by: Mike Kuchar
© February 2007
Coaches spend the majority of their off-season performing a great deal of self-scouting. Assessing each game film, they evaluate what plays were productive and which plays to scrap entirely out of their playbook. After the 2001 season, Dale Weiner and his staff at Catholic High (LA) realized that the hybrid they created called the “spin” worked exactly as planned – incorporating Wing T offense with traditional “I” formation misdirection in the run game.
Opposing teams were left stuck in the mud watching the backfield action of the spin sweep, spin counter and spin pass as Weiner and Catholic High racked up astonishing numbers on the ground. But in order for the offense to be efficient, and to keep defenses on their toes, they had to find ways to utilize the pass game without compromising the precise run fake mis-directions that....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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