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Self Analysis: Self-Scout Your Offense for a More Effective Game Plan.by: Rich Hargitt
Quarterbacks Coach and Passing Game Coordinator Nation Ford High School, Ft. Mill (SC)
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The game has changed a great deal over the past decade. It used to be that offensive coordinators could create down and distance charts and run plays off of them with a pretty reliable sense of what would work. However, as the spread, no-huddle era has exploded onto the scene, it has transformed how coaches must approach the game.
Our approach is to use statistics, specifically our offense’s own statistics, to formulate a game plan. The majority of our game planning time is spent reviewing what our offense does well or what situations it most often finds itself in and not thinking about what the defense is doing. Defenses are unpredictable and there is no real way of knowing how they will approach a game.
Our feeling is that it is more helpful to review our own offensive tendencies and positions in order to formula....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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