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April 2010

April 2010


7-On-7ís: Tune Up Your Passing Game

by: Glenn R. Swift
© April 2010

While 7-on-7 competitions have been around for nearly 30 years, itís only in the last seven or eight years that this concept has exploded. The growth of the 7-on-7 competition is a direct reflection of the growth of the spread offense. Today, more and more high schools and colleges are using the spread, and players and coaches see the value of 7-on-7 tournaments and competitions as ways to hone passing skills.
The events match skilled players against each other. Usually played on a 40-yard field plus an end zone, there are no running plays and the quarterback must throw a pass on every play.The quarterback has four seconds to release the ball or it is blown dead. There is no rushing the quarterback nor crossing the line of scrimmage until after a pass is thrown.
Bob Sphire, the Head Coach at North Gwinett High Scho....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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