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The Modern Flexbone Offense: The Complete Series

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There's a reason why the flexbone offense refuses to die.

Defensive coordinators HATE it!

No matter what anyone says, defending the flexbone is difficult, time consuming, and is responsible for a lot of defensive coaches losing a lot of hair over the past few decades.

That's why we're so excited to bring you this series.

Level the Playing Field with the Flexbone Offense

Scott Dieterich has been a play caller for over 20 years, and in that time his teams have been to EIGHT State Championship Games, winning FIVE of them.

His secret?

Developing talented players, and an unwavering devotion to the Flexbone offense.

If you're struggling to compete with bigger or more talented programs than you, this is a way to make your opponent's life MISERABLE.

In this series, you'll learn everything you need to know about how to run this offense, with over TEN HOURS of clinic talk:

  1. The Foundation
  2. Core Run Game
  3. Option Mesh & Pitch
  4. Other Core Runs
  5. Core Pocket Passing Game
  6. Core Perimeter Passing Game & Complements
  7. Complementary Runs
  8. Connector Plays
  9. Creatives and Crossover Plays
  10. Game Planning & Preparation

Grab your copy of this incredible resource today, or keep scrolling to watch preview clips! 

Video 1 - The Foundation


Topics covered include:

  • The biggest misconceptions when running the Flexbone offense
  • Why you should run the flexbone offense
  • And more!

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Video 2 - The Core Run Game


Topics covered include:

  • The veer triple option
  • The Midline triple option
  • Blocking different fronts
  • And more!

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Video 3 - Option Mesh & Pitch


Topics covered include:

  • The fundamentals of coaching the option mesh
  • The difference between the veer mesh and midline mesh
  • Drills for practicing the pitch and the mesh
  • And more!

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Video 4 - Other Core Runs


Topics covered include:

  • Midline double option
  • Rocket toss
  • Iso series
  • And more!

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Video 5 - Core Pocket Passing Game


Topics covered include:

  • 3 & 5 step dropback pass concepts
  • Play Action Pass Game
  • Red Zone Pass Concepts
  • And more!

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Video 6 - Core Perimeter Passing Game & Complements


Topics covered include:

  • Flexbone boot plays
  • Flexbone screen plays
  • Perimeter Pass Game
  • And more!

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Video 7 - Complementary Runs


Topics covered include:

  • The philosophy of building a flexbone run game
  • Single pulls & Trap Plays
  • Double Options
  • And more!

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Video 8 - Connector Plays


Topics covered include:

  • Flexbone QB Draw
  • Shovel Pass
  • Fast Screens
  • And more!

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Video 9 - Creatives and Crossover Plays


Topics covered include:

  • Flea Flickers
  • Double Passes
  • Reverse Passes
  • Option Pitch and Pass
  • And more!

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Video 10 - Game Planning & Preparation


Topics covered include:

  • Game Planning in the Flexbone
  • Play calling systems in the Flexbone offense
  • Game situations in the flexbone offense
  • 2 Minute & Tempo Situations
  • And more!

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FAQ:

Q1: Why is the flexbone offense challenging for high school defensive coordinators?

A1: The flexbone offense poses a significant challenge for high school defensive coordinators due to its intricate nature and unpredictability, also due to the option offense. Coaches at this level often find it difficult to defend against the flexbone, requiring substantial time and strategic planning to counter its multifaceted option plays. The elusive nature of this offensive scheme, influenced by the expertise of Coach Paul Johnson from Georgia Tech, makes it a formidable opponent, causing defensive coordinators at high schools to grapple with its complexities and strategic variations.

Q2: How has Scott Dieterich achieved success with the Flexbone offense in high school football?

A2: Scott Dieterich's success in high school football is attributed to his big experience as a play caller and his unwavering commitment to the Flexbone offense. Dieterich, a head coach, has led his teams to eight State Championship Games, winning five. His strategic use of the Flexbone offense empowers teams to compete effectively, even against more substantial or more talented programs. Coaches seeking success can benefit from Dieterich's expertise in implementing and mastering the Flexbone system.

Q3: What does Scott Dieterich's series on the Flexbone offense cover, and how can it help youth football coaches?

A3: Scott Dieterich's series on "The Modern Flexbone Offense" is a comprehensive resource spanning over ten hours of clinic talk. Covering essential aspects such as offensive line techniques, option plays, and offensive formations, the series is a valuable guide for youth football coaches. Coaches at the youth football level can benefit from this resource to develop a solid understanding of the Flexbone system. With insights into offensive tackles, offensive linemen, and effective run plays, the series empowers youth football coaches to enhance their coaching strategies and execute the Flexbone triple option with precision.