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Vol VIII 2015

Vol VIII 2015


Air Raid Concepts with Backside Tags

by: Nick Coleman
• Offensive Coordinator • Itawamba Community College
© Vol VIII 2015

Offensive football in today’s college world has evolved over the past 20 years. More programs are running an up-tempo, spread style offense and defensive coaches have the argument of the 10 second rule. One of the most popular spread offenses is the “Air Raid” offense and its light it up passing attack. These concepts have been putting up record breaking numbers at every level of college football from FBS, FCS, Division II, Division III, and NAIA for over 20 years. Although there are many different versions of the Air Raid in college football today, a lot of the same base concepts are prevalent throughout each program. The most successful version we ran at NAIA Faulkner University was taking basic Air Raid passing concepts and adding backside tags.
    The reasoning behind adding backside tags to these concepts is to ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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