BW Play Action 2013 Lake County Coaches Clinic

Report
Play Action from the Pistol
Keith Grabowski
Offensive Coordinator
Baldwin Wallace University
[email protected]
(440)856-9038
Baldwin Wallace University
• Spring Ball March 15-April 19 (times TBA)
– At the Cleveland Browns Indoor Facility
• BW Coaches Clinic – April 5
– BW Coaches Chalk Talk 3pm
– Practice at Browns Facility
– Coaches Clinic at Center for Innovation and Growth
• Junior One Day Camps - May 22nd and May 29th
• 7 on 7 Nights - June 18th and June 20th
• Overnight Team Camps-Call to arrange
The Packard Athletic Center
The 25,000 square foot facility will include:
175 hardwood stall lockers
175 seat team meeting room
Additional meeting space
WiFi for laptops and iPads
3,500 square foot weight
Athletic training center
Equipment room/Laundry room
Players’ Lounge
Coaches’ Offices
Open July 8, 2013
Our Offense
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Run Game: Zone Schemes & Gap Schemes
Drop Back: 5 Concepts
Screen & Draw Package
Packaged Plays
Play Action: Built off of every run concept and
integrated with pass concepts
Evolution of our Pistol Set
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At the end of the 2009 season, we started aligning in the pistol and bouncing our
back to his alignment next to the quarterback right before the snap
In the spring of 2010, implemented all of our run game from the pistol set.
– We adjusted our footwork to be able to run our zone read with the back starting in his pistol
alignment.
– In addition, we focused on more of a power running game and began implementing tight ends
and h-backs into our offense.
– Our quarterback was more of a pro style quarterback, but we still liked the vision of the
defense that the shotgun gave him, and the downhill run game fit our personnel well.
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We weren’t pleased with our play action initially. The sell of the run just wasn’t as
good from the pistol as it was under center. Furthermore, we felt that in opening
and handing it to the running back on our power play, we were forcing him away
from his aim point in the “A” gap and not allowing him vision of the guard pulling
around.
2011 Season – began reversing out on Power play
Spring 2012 – went to a reverse out on all runs
3 Keys to Successful Naked
1. Full run blocking. We do not carry a “naked”
protection.
2. Wham or Pin on the backside edge.
3. Reverse out and proper run game mechanics
by the quarterback and running back.
3 Keys give us a clean edge and a better run sell
TE running past LB
Key #1 – Full Run Blocking
• In 2012 we ran Naked off of:
– Power
– Counter
– Inside Zone
– Outside Zone
– Sweep
(All of the runs we use)
• The offensive line blocks the run, but doesn’t go
down field. (in 2 years we’ve had one call for
illegal man down field because OL drove the
defender 5 yards). Un-engaged lineman settle
and look to help after initial footwork.
Question: Does Backside Tackle have
an assignment adjustment?
• BST reads the triangle pre snap for any
indicator that the DE will be coming inside
into the B-Gap and he collects him like he
would on a run. (All runs have default gap
responsibility rule).
Key #2 – Wham or Pin the Backside
• Player assigned to handle the backside edge.
– Wham-come from the backfield and try to get
wrong-armed.
WHAM
Key #2 – Wham or Pin the Backside
• Player assigned to handle the backside edge.
– Wham-come from the backfield and try to get
wrong-armed.
– Pin, from the same side, block down on an inside
technique and then get into your route.
PIN
Key #2 – Wham or Pin the Backside
• Player assigned to handle the backside edge.
– Wham-come from the backfield and try to get
wrong-armed.
– Pin, from the same side, block down on an inside
technique and then get into your route.
– If he works up field into naked path stay on him
and lose your block.
Defender up field=lose route
Key #2 – Wham or Pin the Backside
• Player assigned to handle the backside edge.
– Wham-come from the backfield and try to get
wrong-armed.
– Pin, from the same side, block down on an inside
technique and then get into your route.
– If he works up field into naked path stay on him
and lose your block.
– If you were wrong, keep going and look for ball.
Key #3 – Reverse out & proper
execution of Run Game Mechanics
• QB – reverse out while putting ball to opposite
hip flexor
Ball to Opposite Hip Flexor
Key #3 – Reverse out & proper
execution of Run Game Mechanics
• QB – reverse out while putting ball to opposite
hip flexor
• Snap eyes and show empty hand
• QB carry the fake 2 steps vertically
• RB “rock the baby” and make a move to get
tackled.
Play Calling – “Naked”
• “Naked” tells those involved in the blocking scheme
to block the run aggressively with their run
assignments with slight adjustments to not go
downfield. In Naked the QB will execute the same
mechanics as the run and keep the ball while
attacking the edge opposite the run call.
– Example: Rip4 V-Oz Rt Split
Formation
Run Concept
Naked
Play Action Tag
Left
Direction
BOOT & NAKED ROUTE CONCEPT
Smash
READ
RHYTHM
SS
Inside release. Work to the opposite has
and stay on backside hip of the QB.
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FS
READ
6 Steps and break to corner
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C
#1
Proper
Spacing:
Cheat
alignment
C
AL
#2
Proper
Spacing:
S.D.
Rhythm: K on 5th Step
Read: Hash(Drag)
Rush: Flat route(pin arrow, flat or whip)
Release: Run
LB
AL
RUSH
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Stem Post: Stem inside, vertical for
10 and replace the safety in the
middle of the field.
#2
#1
Proper
Spacing:
S.D.
Proper
Spacing:
Bottom of #’s
BOOT & NAKED ROUTE CONCEPT
Smash
READ
RHYTHM
SS
##
FS
READ
Inside release. Work to the opposite has
and stay on backside hip of the QB.
6 Steps and break to corner
##
C
#1
Proper
Spacing:
Cheat
alignment
Drop:
Gun: Boot/Naked footwork
C
AL
LB
AL
RUSH
##
##
Stem Post: Stem inside, vertical for
10 and replace the safety in the
middle of the field.
#2
#2
#1
Proper
Spacing:
S.D.
Proper
Spacing:
S.D.
Rhythm: K on 5th Step
Read: Hash(Drag)
Rush: Flat route(pin arrow, flat or whip)
Release: Run
Proper
Spacing:
Bottom of #’s
NAKED ROUTE CONCEPT
Smash
RHYTHM
READ
RHYTHM
SS
Inside release. Work to the opposite has
and stay on backside hip of the QB.
READ
##
FS
6 Steps and break to corner
##
C
C
AL
#1
Proper
Spacing:
Cheat
alignment
Rhythm: K on 5th Step
Read: Hash(Drag)
Rush: Flat route(pin arrow, flat or whip)
Release: Run
LB
AL
RUSH
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Stem Post: Stem inside, vertical for
10 and replace the safety in the
middle of the field.
#3
#2
#2
#1
HASH RULES
FS
15
C
C
W
5
M
E
T
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T
SS
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HASH route…MINIMUM split (OT+5) stem release, go
under LB if needed, get over 2nd LB, get into QBs vision
at 12-14 yds. Use “STAIRSTEP” if being trailed by
anyone, gradually turn #s to QB and allow him to slow you
if you feel body presence in front
BEE LINE POST RULES
FS
15
C
C
W
5
M
E
T
S
T
SS
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BEELINE POST: OT +6, Stem to 15 in the B gap, vertical stair
step 5 yards, nod & explode at a 45 degree angle to the far hash.
Expect ball once past Center
K ROUTE RULES
FS
15
C
C
W
5
M
E
T
S
T
SS
E
“K”: 6 Steps to the inside and 45 degree angle to the sideline.

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