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June 2010

June 2010


The Use of Multiple Tight Ends in the One-Back Offense

by: Dale Carlson
Head Coach Valparaiso University
© June 2010

My first head football coaching position was in 1987. Upon arrival, I found quite a few skilled athletes, a good quarterback, and a severe lack of depth and talent in the offensive line. To overcome the problems in the offensive line, I decided to employ a run-and-shoot style attack. This allowed us to spread the defense and open up holes both running and passing that year. Our offense led our conference in rushing offense, passing offense, and total offense.


From that start, our offense has evolved into a pro-style one-back offense that utilizes many of those run-and-shoot principles along with the use of multiple tight ends. Having a true tight end has allowed our offense to become more consistent in running the football. Our philosophy is to be a ‘pass first’ football team. However, there comes a time that you have ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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