Ted Seay

The “A” Formation: Simplified and Updated-Part 2

Originally Published: March 2, 2010 Author: Ted Seay Q&A Part One: The Passing Game Direct Snap: Let’s move on to the passing game. Apart from the QB Boot, which is a run-pass option, what does the aerial attack look like in your revised “A” formation offense? Ted Seay: As with everything else in football, I try to […]

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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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HSC-Fly Attack, Part 2

Author: Ted Seay Originally Published: June 23, 2008 THE 20 SERIES: Z Fly Motion, QB Half-Spin The basic mechanics of the 20 series are similar to the 10 series, but this time it is Z coming in Fly motion and QB doing the half-spin footwork. If your QB is not the Tim Tebow type, you […]

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HSC-Fly Attack, Part 1

Author: Ted Seay Originally Published: June 2, 2008 This article is dedicated to coaches who never stop looking for ways to do things better. Recently, I was able to combine two concepts together into something which I believe could be the most effective direct-snap running game from spread formations yet invented. Until fairly recently I […]

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Direct Snap Football and Me

Author: Ted Seay Originally Published: January 27, 2005 I got my start in coaching in 1974 at the age of 16, preparing for the “powder puff” football game scheduled for November between the junior and senior class girls. Right before the end of my sophomore year in June, I made a trip down to the […]

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