NEW This Week: The Crown Point Offense - The Complete Series - CLICK HERE!



News

Montana State's Best RPOs (With Film)

Posted by Lucas David on

In this article we’ll see how coach Taylor Housewright from Montana State designs and coaches his players into one of the most efficient RPO offenses in the country. Who are the “read guys”? What are we aiming at? What do we want from the players?  This article is taken directly from our video series: The Montana State Offense: The Complete Series Watch the video below or keep reading to learn more. Split flow, Tight Ends and Reading 2nd Level Coach Housewright starts by explaining the FLOCK RPO, a tag out of Inside Zone in a 11 personnel package. The Tight...

Read more →


The Flexbone Offense: Basics of Mesh and Pitches

Posted by AJ Forbes on

The flexbone offense and the option run game are synonymous with one another. However, most coaches refrain from running the option because they fear that the mesh and the pitch increase the rate of turnovers. They think it’s too risky. But many of these same coaches don’t hesitate to install pass-heavy schemes and throw the ball every play. They’re one and the same; it’s just about philosophy. This article is taken directly from our video series: The Modern Flexbone Offense: The Complete Series. Watch the video below or keep reading to learn more. Overview of the Mesh and the Pitch Like...

Read more →


The Flexbone Offense: How to ID the Defense

Posted by AJ Forbes on

In the flexbone offense, the first part of the pre-snap process is identifying the defense. This identification process breaks down the defense into the front and the coverage shell. By establishing rules for identifying defensive structures, players are given a clear picture that lets them think less and play faster. This article is taken directly from our video series: The Modern Flexbone Offense: The Complete Series. Watch the video below or keep reading to learn more. Defensive Fronts Because the Quarterback has the best view of the entire defense, he calls out one of the five defensive front structures to...

Read more →


Montana State's Unique Zone Run Game (With Film)

Posted by Lucas David on

Having a great scheme such as Zone Run Game may manufacture a big x-factor for your offense. Montana State Offensive Coordinator, Taylor Housewright, shares some thoughts on how their unique way of playing it creates leverage in their favor. If you have an athletic quarterback, that may be what you're missing on your playbook for the season. It's not wrong to say that first and foremost: it's all about being aggressive. Aggressive pulls or aggressive gives are the firestarters of the way we look to play this scheme. Attack the perimeter and take advantage of the insane numbers you can...

Read more →


The Bixby Offense: Formation Adjustments

Posted by AJ Forbes on

The Bixby offense has several ways they can introduce multiplicity in their offense. One of the most common is to have a wide variety of schemes that the opposing defense has to account for. By adding more plays, however, there is a higher chance that the players can become confused as they have to learn more rules and assignments. Rather than having a grab bag of plays on a call sheet, Bixby High School Offensive Coordinator Tyler Schneider chooses to tag his formations to give the defense a different picture while running the same schemes. Bixby’s base alignment for their receivers...

Read more →