By Harold R. Raymond
One hundred and one drills, equipped via place, for constructing the abilities and strategies necessary to the Wing-T offense. Thorough causes, diagrams and training guidelines accompany every one drill. Covers quarterback, working again, offensive line, and finish drills, in addition to agility and pace drills.
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One zero one drills, geared up by way of place, for constructing the talents and methods necessary to the Wing-T offense. Thorough causes, diagrams and training tips accompany every one drill. Covers quarterback, working again, offensive line, and finish drills, in addition to agility and pace drills.
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The coach should emphasize concentration and proper ball security techniques. Page 78 Drill #66: Obstruction Drill Objective: To teach players to catch the ball in spite of obstacles on the ground. Equipment Needed: Three blocking dummies. Description: The dummies are placed in a line, about four feet apart. The end runs a route which takes him over the bags. As he is hopping over the bags, the coach passes the ball and the end must make the catch. Coaching Point: The coach should vary the timing and location of the passes to create different scenarios for the players.
Ends form a line to the right of the triangle. The first end in line runs to the center of the triangle, receives a pass, and calls out the number on the football as the other players jam him with their shields. After a specified number of rotations, the ends move to the left side of the triangle. Coaches should make sure players call out the correct number after making the catch. Page 77 Drill #65: Crush Drill Objective: To develop concentration; to develop a player's ability to catch and hang onto the ball in a crowd.
Description: Center-quarterback pairs assume their proper exchange positions on a designated line of scrimmage. The quarterbacks close their eyes and receive snaps from the centers. The snaps should all be surprises to the quarterbacks, forcing them to react to the ball; therefore, no cadence is used. The drill should continue for 3060 seconds. The coach should emphasize proper exchange techniques. Page 20 Drill #11: Situational Snapping Objective: To practice snaps used in various situations. Equipment Needed: Footballs.