March 2018

The Smorgasbord Offense

Author: Adam Wesoloski Originally Published: August 8, 2005 The following is a few excerpts form “The Smorgasbord Offense For Winning High School Football” By Joe Blount Copyright 1965 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, NJ The term “Smorgasbord” originally coined by sports writers, trade-marks the multiple direct snap styles, all modified versions of the Short Punt, which […]

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Single Wing Wide Receivers Drills

Author: Todd Hagemeier Originally Published: May 2, 2005 I work out with my kids every Tuesday for an hour and a half. I have a group of wide receiver drills that I thought someone could use. I am doing these now and probably again over the summer. It is what my single wing receivers work […]

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Wildcat Snap

Author: Adam Wesoloski Originally Published: February 14, 2005 Coach Wyatt’s latest coaching tip is very interesting. Coach, How does the center in the Wildcat offensive set know who to snap the ball to? Say Wildcat Rip 88 Power. Do you have a key word or something that tells the center which side to snap the […]

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Running Pass Plays

Author: Adam Wesoloski Originally Published: February 28, 2005 Dr. Ken Keuffel Legendary Single Wing Football Coach Author of “Winning Single Wing Football” The running pass by the tailback is one of the most potent weapons in the single wing arsenal. We have executed the running pass in two similar ways. The last digit of each […]

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