The Wake Forest offense has been one of the most consistent in the country over the past few seasons, averaging 41 points per game in 2021 and coming away with big wins over conference rivals Florida State and NC State. Much of this success can be attributed to the play of running back Christian Beal Smith quarterback Sam Hartman, not to mention the leadership of offensive coordinator Warren Ruggiero.
Ruggiero has been with the program since head coach Dave Clawson took over in 2014. He has helped to develop one of the best offensive lines in the country, led by all-conference tackle Phil Haynes. Haynes and company help keep this offense moving in the right direction, and help make the famous "Slow Mesh RPO" work that drives so many defenses crazy.
Here's what you'll get in this 2-Part Report from Throw Deep Publishing...
101 Plays from the Wake Forest Offense
Full-Field RPOs - The offense is set up so that the defense CANNOT be right. It doesn't matter which way the play is going, the QB has options to both sides.
The "Slow Mesh" - Speaking of RPOs, Wake Forest is best known for their Slow Mesh RPO, which allows them to hold defenders even longer and punish those
Unique Pass Concepts and Routes - This offense uses a ton of pass routes that you won't find many other places
PLUS - check out the second half of this report...
The Wake Forest Offense Film Study Playbook
This is a full-fledged coaches look at one of the most effective schemes in the game today.
You may not be able to get your hands on the actual Wake Forest playbook, but this is the next best thing...
The playbook includes:
Run Concepts - See all of Wake Forest's run game schemes drawn up, complete with position-by-position coaching points and assignments.
Pass Concepts - From one man routes to the adjustable route concepts used down the field, this is full of coaching points after careful analysis.
RPO Reads - The many different second and third level reads used in this offense, and the different kinds of backfield actions they're attached to.
Formations - All of Wake Forest's top formations and motions
Trick Plays - From reverses, to the Wildcat package, and everything else.
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FAQ 1: Why is the Wake Forest Offense Special?
A: 101 Plays from the Wake Forest Offense: 2021 Edition offers valuable insights into the offensive strategies employed by the Demon Deacons under the guidance of Coach Dave Clawson and the coaching staff. With 101 play diagrams accompanied by detailed analysis, readers gain a comprehensive understanding of Wake Forest's offensive system. From the solid execution of the offensive line to the play-calling expertise of Offensive Coordinator Warren Ruggiero, this book delves into the offensive philosophies that have contributed to the team's offensive success. Whether it's the contributions of standout players like quarterback Sam Hartman or the effective use of Christian Beal Smith in the running game, this book provides a deep dive into Wake Forest's offensive strategies.
FAQ 2: How Good Was the Wake Forest Offense?
A: The Wake Forest offense, under the guidance of Offensive Coordinator Warren Ruggiero and Coach Dave Clawson's coaching staff, has showcased offensive success through impressive statistics. "101 Plays from the Wake Forest Offense: 2021 Edition" examines the team's points per game average, highlighting their ability to consistently put up points against formidable opponents. This book explores the strategies employed by Ruggiero and the coaching staff that have contributed to Wake Forest's offensive success. From explosive plays against teams like Florida State and Virginia Tech to consistent execution in Winston-Salem, readers gain valuable insights into the offensive strategies that have made Wake Forest a potent offensive force.
FAQ 3: Who Contributed to the Wake Forest Offense?
A: "101 Plays from the Wake Forest Offense: 2021 Edition" provides detailed plays and analysis that shed light on the key players and their contributions to Wake Forest's offensive success. This book explores the role of the offensive line in creating opportunities for the Demon Deacons' offensive game plan. Additionally, readers gain insights into the performance of standout players like quarterback Sam Hartman and running back Christian Beal Smith. With Lonnie Galloway's contributions as an assistant coach and the overall coaching staff's expertise, this book showcases the collaborative effort that has propelled Wake Forest's offense to new heights.