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September 2005

September 2005


High Powered Passing Offenses: Why Are They Really Successful?

More and More Schools Are Using the Aerial Offense Than Ever Before
by: Terry Jacoby
© September 2005

High-powered, spread-’em-out, throw- the-ball-on-every-position offenses come and go. Or do they? Are aerial offenses that treat a running back with limited respect fads and gimmicks? Or are these offenses formulas for success that can win on a consistent basis over the long term?

Keith Simons is one coach with an answer. All he has to do is point to his record. Simons’ Santa Rosa Junior College Bears won the Mid-Empire Conference Championship with an 11-0 record and finished fourth in the nation in 2003.

“Basketball on grass,” Simons calls his offensive attack. “It’s a fast-break system in which we don’t huddle and often times have five wideouts spread out over the line of scrimmage. The key is to execute the right play against what we are seeing.”

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