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July 2007

July 2007


The Situation

© July 2007

John Torres, Head Coach, Santa Clarita (CA) Wildcats, AFM subscriber since 1998.

We would immediately go into an attack mode. We run the Double Wing-T so there is no doubt that the opposing team has scouted and prepared for us to run our base power plays, a wedge or toss. With that in mind, misdirection plays this close to the goal line work extremely well. We would run what we call Tight Rip 47 C Criss Cross.

Our A back/left wing would go in short motion. At the snap of the ball the quarterback would turn to the motion side, but as he is turning, hide the ball by seating it to his stomach. The A back will continue by faking as he gets the ball. The quarterback will make a 180 degree turn and hand the ball off to the A back. The quarterback then rolls away to playside, faking a bootleg. The A back will take t....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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