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The Bixby Offense: Quick Game Overview

Posted by AJ Forbes on

The quick game can not only be an efficient means of moving the ball, but it can also become a QB’s best friend. Below is a breakdown of a quick game concept used by 8-time Oklahoma state champion Bixby High School: their Stick / Spacing / Snag concept. This video is taken directly from our video release The Bixby Offense: The Complete Series. Watch the video or scroll down to learn more. Bixby Stick-Spacing-Snag Concept Bixby Offensive Coordinator Tyler Schneider states that they primarily run this concept out of a 3x1 formation. The single receiver to the boundary runs the...

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The Bixby Offense: The Strike 'Em Out Game Plan Method

Posted by AJ Forbes on

Bixby High School Football Offensive Coordinator Tyler Schneider has taken the intimidating process of game planning and simplified it into a format allowing the Bixby Spartans to operate efficiently. This method is called “Strike Em Out”. This is taken directly from our video release The Bixby Offense: The Complete Series. Watch the video below or keep scrolling to learn more. Bixby's Sunday Game Planning Process One of the most unique aspects of the “Strike Em Out” method is that each coach on the offensive staff is responsible for the game-planning process. On Sundays prior to the upcoming game week, every...

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The Wing-T Buck Pass Concept

Posted by Gavin Southworth on

Coach David Weathersby, offensive coordinator at Triton High School (NC) for the last 5 years,  has been dominating North Carolina defenses for over a decade with his traditional Wing-T offense.   During his tenure, he’s created an offensive culture that has set the bar for offensive production at his school amongst their competitors. Today, we’re taking a look at a schematic wrinkle that incorporates a passing concept into the mix.  This is taken directly from Coach Weathersby's incredible presentation on the Traditional Wing-T 101. Watch the video below or scroll down to learn more about the installation process. Buck Pass Buck pass...

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The Wing-T Numbering System: How It Works

Posted by Gavin Southworth on

Everyone has a different way to call plays, but the Wing-T numbering system has stood the test of time for decades. Coach David Weathersby of Triton High School (NC) is one of the most successful coaches in the country at running the traditional Wing-T offense. Coach Weathersby’s Wing-T system has led his conference in rushing in each of his 5 seasons at Triton, and even set a school record for the most total offense in a single season during 2022. Today we’re going to take a look at how coach Weathersby numbers his Wing-T system, and all of the intricacies...

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Why You Should Run the Wing-T Buck Series

Posted by Gavin Southworth on

Regardless of what offense you choose to install as a coach, you need to be actively thinking about the pros and cons that the scheme or set of plays can have on your football team.  Things to consider include your personnel, how the new material compliments or impacts other things that you’re trying to do, and even how expensive it will be for your program to implement?  Coach David Weathersby of Triton High School (NC) has spent over a decade creating and adding onto one of the most successful traditional Wing-T offenses in the state. This article is taken directly...

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