single wing

The Spinner Direct-Snap Double Wing

Originally Published: July 18, 2011 Author: Jeff Cziska Since my first year of coaching in 1990, I have experienced many ups and downs along the way. *I’ve only coached 9-1/2 seasons over the past two decades. The other years away from coaching were mainly due to health related issues, but I did get the opportunity […]

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2010 Season in Review

2010-Pulaski single wing playbook cover

Originally Published: January 24, 2011 Author: Adam Wesoloski The 2010 season brought another twist in our program. After exploring outside league opportunities and not finding one suitable to the organization it decided to create an in-house competitive youth tackle football league. One would be the younger league where 4th and 5th graders would play together […]

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2009 Season in Review

Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead

Originally Published: November 2, 2010 Author: Adam Wesoloski The 2009 season brought a new coaching opportunity for me. Previously I was coaching Junior Pee Wee level football in a local Pop Warner organization. In 2009 our town wanted to reboot their youth tackle program which included the 5th and 6th grades. My son was a […]

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Menominee’s 49 Short Option Play

Menominee run play

Originally Published: April 5, 2010 Author: Jeff Bayerl In the Beginning Since the beginning of time…or at least since 1966, Menominee has run the single wing under Ken Hofer. In the late 1960’s, 1970’s and the early to mid-1980’s we were a running team. We threw the ball 6-8 times per game to keep the […]

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The “A” Formation: Simplified and Updated-Part 1

Originally Published: February 8, 2010 Author: Ted Seay Q&A Part One: The Run Game DS: Ted Seay, you’ve recently released an “A” formation PowerPoint presentation titled The “A” Formation: Simplified & Updated. This follows a previous “A” PowerPoint in 2007 and a Word document a year or two before that. I understand your interest in the “A”, […]

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