Coach Brad Wilson, offensive line coach at the University of Indianapolis takes you through every inch of the run game, the run-pass option tags off of it, as well as how they coach their pass protection.
Coach Wilson uses over two hours worth of game and practice clips to explain how they teach their offensive line each area of the scheme, and also explains how you can steal some of their favorite ideas and add them to your offense.
This contains both videos in this series:
- UIndy Run Game & Blocking Scheme Tags
- UIndy RPOs and Pass Protection Schemes
Topics covered in this clinic include:
- Adding blocking tags to your inside zone scheme
- Adding blocking tags to your outside zone scheme
- Favorite RPO routes and reads
- Pass protection schemes vs pressures
- And more!
Run time: 2 hours 12 minutes
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Part 1 - UIndy Run Game & Blocking Scheme Tags
Coach Wilson explains how they install the inside and outside zone schemes, as well as the blocking tags they add to both plays to make life even more difficult on the defense.
Topic covered include:
- Inside zone scheme
- Outside zone scheme
- Gap schemes
- Adding tags to the run game
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Part 2 - UIndy RPOs and Pass Protection Schemes
Coach Wilson explains how they add the threat of the passing game to their run schemes using RPO reads and tags.
In addition, he takes you through the specific pass protection schemes used in all area of the playbook, including the dropback, sprint out, boot, and power-pass game.
This clinic includes not only the most common RPOs they've used, but also answers to specific defenses that the Greyhound offense has used against the opponents on their schedule.
Topics covered include:
- How they teach the RPO
- Their favorite RPO tags
- Game-specific RPO tags they liked against very specific opponent defenses
- Their top pass protection schemes
- And more!
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