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Vol V 2015

Vol V 2015


Think Quick! If executed correctly, the quick passing game can be effective, regardless of the down and distance situation.

by: Kris Cinkovich
Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach University of Idaho
© Vol V 2015

The University of Idaho’s quick passing game was first developed by Head Coach Dennis Erickson when he coached the Vandals. Now, Paul Petrino has refined the quick passing game after working on it with his brother, Bobby, when both coached at Louisville.

Our goals with the quick passing game are to get the ball out of our QB’s hands quickly and produce explosive plays with short passes.  This demands a system that is detailed, disciplined, and practiced every day at full speed.

We feel confident using the quick passing game at any down and distance situation, even third and medium and third and long. We expect that the precision of the throw and catch will allow the receivers to run after the catch, what we call “Bull Yards.” We also believe the high number of practice repetitions the quick passing game gets a....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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