Showing posts with label dual threat QB. Show all posts
Showing posts with label dual threat QB. Show all posts

Sunday, October 31, 2021

Sunday, September 12, 2021

QB design run - 2 point conversion


Good design on the Quarterback run, pulling the guard and tackle as lead blockers to the weak side of the formation. The offensive tackle pass sets to draw the defensive end upfield.

#spreadoffense


Saturday, July 17, 2021

QB Buck Sweep off Jet motion | RB misdirection


Here's a nice QB run design off jet motion (RB mis-direction), pulling both guards on a buck sweep to the boundary. A good play to install with the a dual-threat QB. #spreadoffense

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Video: New Clemson Spread Offense - QB Bubble Screen Drills

I found this nice QB drill video, courtesy of the Orange and White blog covering Clemson University sports http://www.orangeandwhite.com/ .

You'll see new Offensive Coordinator Chad Morris drilling his quarterbacks on the bubble screen throwing mechanics to the left and right. I like how he makes a verbal coaching point about a baseball player, which is what I learned years ago when Rich Rodriguez used an analogy of your quarterback needing to be like a middle infielder in baseball on the bubble screen 'turning the double play' on his throws.

Chad Morris working with QBs during Clemson spring practice

Keep spreading 'em!

- Mark

Spread Offense - How To Run

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Youth Football Spread Offense | Highlights

Hey Folks! I love getting emails and calls from youth football coaches who are interested in implementing the spread offense. They usually come with some hesitancy that the execution of the shot gun snap may be to much to handle physically, or the quarterback can not handle the nuances of the offensive packages mentally, etc...

That's why I love when I'm able to post videos like this, showing youth football players executing the spread offense and having great success.



The only coaching tip I would give is to the Quarterback (#8) in the first segment. On the hand-off plays (traps, sweeps) to the tailback, the QB should always carry out his run fake hard after handing the ball off, especially if you're a good running QB. As we know, football is a game of inches and if you can make the defense hesitate just a split second on a carry out fake, that can be the difference between a 5 yard gain and a 50 yard touchdown.

I compliment the offensive line play by these young guys, like at any level, it all starts upfront at the line of scrimmage.

Keep spreading 'em!

--Mark

www.SpreadOffense.com