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April 2009

April 2009


Mount Union Offensive Line

by: Jason Lewis
Offensive Line Coach, Mount Union
© April 2009

Mount Unionís run game is primarily based on the zone run play. At Mount Union, we drill the fundamentals of zone blocking at each practice. By understanding the fundamentals, our linemen are able to execute these drills in practice and use them in a game setting. The three main components of the zone run play are:
1. Step
2. Hands (punch)
3. Feet (finish)

Iíve included four zone blocking drills that practice the fundamentals of zone blocking: Run Progression, Zone Doubles, Leverage Drill and Lev Sled.

1. Run Progression
Purpose: To include all the zone blocking fundamentals. It will force players to have low pad levels and keep their eyes on the target.


Drill: This drill can be done in the chutes or out on a line. The progression starts with a....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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