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May 2010

May 2010


Drills Report: The Skill Drill: The Zone Read, Tunnel Screen and Bubble Screen

by: Tripp McCarty
Offensive Coordinator Madison Ridgeland Academy (MS)
© May 2010

The Skill Drill was born out of necessity and has become a constant in our practices. My dislike of players standing around during practice helped create this drill sequence. When your players learn the pattern of this drill, practice reps will go through the roof. The drill combines all positions of a spread offense and works them with all of them at the same time. By using this pattern, you can increase your number of reps, coach multiple positions with a limited number of coaches, get all of your players on the depth chart repetitions, and create a fast practice tempo. There are three goals for this drill: no drops, no fumbles, and no walking.


To set the drill up, group a quarterback with your receivers. This QB will throw ten reps of the tunnel screen. While X is working on the tunnel, Z is getting practice on ta....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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