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Smashing Pass Coverageby: Keeth Matheny
Offensive Coordinator, Truman State University
© February 2002
The smash concept has become very common in today’s more wide-open brand of football. Its popularity is based upon the fact it is both versatile and effective. It flexible enough to be tailored to any offensive attack and can be easily woven into the fabric of the overall scheme. We have had substantial success with the smash concept at Truman State. In the 25 games heading into the 2001 season, we threw 76 passes using the smash route as a basis of the play, completed 65% and gained 20.8 yards per completion. Because we use the concept so frequently, we are constantly looking for new variations and adjustments to keep it fresh and make it compliment our offense as much as possible.
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