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Put the Defense in a Quandary with Quadsby: Steve Heck
Wide Receivers Coach • Kutztown University
© October/November 2011
Using a four-vertical attack is a way of bringing a new look to an empty set offense.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of coaching offensive football is having a playbook with a blank canvas. Sure, every “new” idea has been re-tooled and re-named like the ‘Wildcat’. But putting your imagination to work and finding the best way to deploy your people is a challenging and exciting aspect of being an offensive coach.
Recently, we have seen two positions all but dry up on the recruiting trail. It has been harder to find quality fullbacks and tight ends at our level. However, we have been fortunate to attract both quality and quantity at the wide receiver position. So, rather than throwing out our entire playbook and installing a new offense, we looked at ways to incorporate some of our base concepts into an empty offense. ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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