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August/September 2010

August/September 2010


The Sprint-Out Passing Game for a Smaller, More Athletic Quarterback

by: Dale Anderson
Head Coach, Southwest High School (KY)
© August/September 2010

In high school football, you have to adjust your offense to the talent and ability of the players that you have. Unlike college, you cannot go out and recruit, so you must be able to adjust to the talent of your players. The quarterback position is a perfect example. You must adjust to your quarterback’s talent and abilities. At Southwestern, we had a four-year run in the shotgun spread offense because of two quarterbacks in a row that were 6’3” plus and had great arms. The shotgun spread was an offense that used their height and their throwing ability from the gun. We currently have some very athletic quarterbacks, but they are not suited for the shotgun spread. The quarterbacks we have are more suited to a passing game that emphasizes their athletic ability and speed. We want to use our quarterback’s strengt....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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