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December 2008

December 2008


The Sling-T Wham Series

by: Anthony Panagakos
Offensive Coordinator, Port Richmond High School (NY)
© December 2008

The core of the Sling-T offense was developed using elements of the Wing-T offense and the Run ‘n Shoot offense. What we did at Port Richmond High School in New York City is expand the traditional Wing-T offense and give it more firepower. We run spread formations that give us four wide receivers at the line of scrimmage and the ability to run the traditional Wing-T ground game. In the Sling-T offense, we still run the sweep and trap series, but we can also run any of our four receiver pass patterns. The Sling-T gives an offensive coordinator more options than the traditional Wing-T and it gives the defense more problems to deal with. The defense is hard pressed to stack the line to stop the run, because of the passing threat of the spread formations (See Diagram 1). This is our base formation. As you can see, we have four receivers at ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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