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October 2012

October 2012


Drills Report Bonus - Improving Your Offensive Production

by: Joel Penner
Offensive Coordinator • Malone University
© October 2012

In our offense that we call the “truck and chuck”, we borrow academy-style option principles, implement them from a normal five-yard depth in the shotgun, and then throw as much play-action as we can into it. Like any offense, there are countless ways to practice and prepare our players to execute our style of play. However, when we think about drills and teaching methods for our offense, we stick to a few basic principles:

#1 Big/Little/Big - Give the players the big picture (the play on a macro level). Use diagrams, film, and walk throughs to teach the overall concept of the play. We want them to understand not only the “what” of the play, but the “why” as well. Then, we want to drill the skills required at each position for the function of the play (the play on a micro level). Our individual periods are designed to get our gu....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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