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October/November 2011

October/November 2011


The Power Run Game and the Spread Offense – Can They Co-Exist?

by: Dale L. Sprague
© October/November 2011

Since the popularization of the numerous forms of the spread offense in the late 1990’s and now into the new millennium, many coaches have seen a drastic change in the way they attack today’s defensive structures and coverage shells. As a coach who has always favored the power and lead-back run plays and series, I am constantly researching methods of running the Isolation Play (See Diagram 1), the Blast Play (Diagram 2) and the Power Off-Tackle Play with a gap down, pull, kick-out blocking scheme (Diagram 3).

Diagram 1. Isolation Play


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