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Vol V 2015
Gaining Leverage - Using unbalanced sets and formations can give your offense an advantage.by: Alvin Parker
Offensive Coordinator, Elizabeth City State University
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In this high tech game of offensive football, every coach is looking to gain advantages. We have incorporated different unbalanced sets as a part of our offensive scheme. Our players understand what we are trying to accomplish with these sets and, more importantly, they understand the doís and doníts in these formations. Ultimately, with these formations, we look to surprise the defense and create a small amount of confusion. We also look to out-leverage the defense and bring more players to a side of a formation than the defense can handle.
When using these sets your players must understand that there will be someone who is normally an eligible receiver that may no longer be eligible because of the formation. In our unbalanced sets at ECSU, we like to continue to use our normal personnel groupings, but we will often add extr....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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